A House Divided (2A): Adventism’s Brief Experiment with a ‘King’

  (This is article 3 in a 9 article series by Adrian Zahid) Introduction: When the Sabbatarian Adventists organized the General Conference on May 21, 1863, the almost two decades-long debate over the issue of whether to organize or not, died a quiet death. From here on out, the ‘fights’ shifted to the scope of […]

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A House Divided (1A): The Constitutional Arguments for the Unions & the General Conference

  (This is article 1 in a 9 article series by Adrian Zahid) At the last Annual Council, the General Conference executive committee gave a “Year of Grace” to the Unions that are currently at variance from General Conference Policy. During this year, discussions took place at levels of the church in the form of […]

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The One Project: Create Conference (Part 4a) Audio

Alex Bryan http://intelligentadventist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Alex_Bryan.mp3   Japhet De Olivera http://intelligentadventist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Japhet_De_Olivera.mp3   Sam Leonor http://intelligentadventist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Sam_Leonor.mp3   Tim Gillespie http://intelligentadventist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Tim_Gillespie.mp3

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