Tag Archives: conscientious objection
I interviewed Pastor Idel Suarez Jr for the Viewpoints interview series at Adventist Today (old site, new site). Suarez is the president of one branch of the Adventist Reform Movement that started in Europe during World War I. I met … Continue reading
In his latest article in the “Engage” series for Adventist World, Nathan Brown considers the Adventist movement’s historic support for conscientious objection (CO) and the significance of this stance today–“We are Conscientious Objectors” (Adv World, APF).
Peacemaking Weekend at Walla Walla University (By Doug Morgan) The overflow audience of at least 75 that crowded in and around Room 117 of the Administration Building on Sabbath morning, April 16, signaled a heartening interest in peacemaking at Walla … Continue reading