Category Archives: Blog Issues

Facebook Group Changes

This is the group description posted on our Facebook group (additional groups are listed at the end): INTRODUCTION: Welcome! This group provides a social side to the “Adventists for Social Action” blog – https://advactivism.wordpress.com/. We are Adventists attempting to embody … Continue reading

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Blog Name Change

I’ve been playing with the idea for quite a while now, and I’ve decided it’s finally time to change this blog’s name. From our start in March of 2009, we’ve flown the banner of Adventist Activism. Now to start 2014, … Continue reading

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Request for Papers

Are you an SDA with something to say? All essays and reflections on social ethics and action are most acceptable, but I am especially interested in papers about: The Justice Conference Dr. Ben Carson’s recent speeches & comments The recent … Continue reading

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Disagreeing Well

Yesterday we had a lively “debate” about women’s ordination in the A2 Facebook group. I appreciated two aspects of the conversation. First, there was diversity of opinion. Adventist “ethicists” have a wide range of views, interpretations and approaches. This is … Continue reading

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Facebook Group Page Error

The Facebook Group is not working currently. I’m not sure what the problem is, and I apologize for the inconvenience. Hopefully, it will be back online soon.  –Jeff

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Poll: How do you find out about new posts here?

How do you learn about new posts here? By looking at the blog RSS feed/reader Automatic email alerts Twitter Facebook group wall posts Other You can answer in the comments section or click here and scroll down the page to … Continue reading

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Twitter Logo

What do you think about these logo ideas for Twitter? Revise? Delete?

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