Tag Archives: human rights
Adventist Church sponsors its first religious liberty festival in Britain. 2,000 attend the ‘Free to Worship’ festival. (Victor Hulbert, John Surridge, Dan Serb and ANN staff, 26 Aug 2014) The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Britain held its first religious liberty … Continue reading
Adventist Peace Fellowship has posted a link to a report by Eric Guttschuss on sectarian violence in central Nigeria. Guttschuss wrote the report for Human Rights Watch in December of 2013. Learn more here.
In his doctoral dissertation published as The Silent Church: Human Rights and Adventist Social Ethics, Zdravko Plantak declares: The reason Adventists need to become involved in the world is not because they think they can turn this world into God’s … Continue reading
In case you missed the video announced by the Adventist News Agency and Spectrum (also listed here recently) about religious freedom, I’m reposting it–Human Rights Day: Swiss Video Clip Portrays Religious Discrimination. “On the occasion of the International Human Rights … Continue reading
Adventist documentary filmmakers Stephen Eyer and Daneen Akers joined me for the 12th interview in the Viewpoints series at Adventist Today (interview link). The husband and wife team are behind the documentary, Seventh-Gay Adventists, which follows the stories of three … Continue reading
Shantel Smith shares today’s article, which she originally published on her organization’s blog, Stoplight Footprint. After graduating from the Andrews University Theological Seminary, Smith recently moved to Thailand, where she is the Executive Director of The Stoplight Project (website | … Continue reading
“North American Division Adventist Refugee and Immigrant Ministries invites churches across North America to promote Refugee Awareness in connection with the annual June 20 World Refugee Day established by the United Nations, and to give generously to special NAD offerings … Continue reading