Tag Archives: religious liberty

Adventist News Network: August Round-up

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

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Week’s Links [#5 updated]

This week’s list is shorter than usual, just choosing five stories from three outlets. 1. Adventist Church sides with Muslim woman in workplace religious freedom case (Elizabeth Lechleitner, Adv News Network, 12 Dec 2013) The Seventh-day Adventist Church yesterday filed … Continue reading

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Human Right: Religious Freedom

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

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Week’s Links

SDA VOICES Adventists Join Oklahoma Tornado Relief Effort (Mark Kellner, Adventist Review) Loma Linda’s Earth and Biological Sciences Department Turns 50 (Heather Reifsnyder & Nancy Yuen, Adventist Review) WARS AND RUMORS OF WARS: SYRIA (Planet in Distress) Religious freedom celebration … Continue reading

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Week’s Links

SDA Women (Ordination+) Danish Union suspends all ministerial ordination until 2015 (ANN) Awaiting a GC Vote, the Danish Union Halts All Ordinations (Alexander Carpenter, Spectrum) Another Union Conference Takes a Stand for Ordination Without Gender Discrimination (Adventist Today) The Creation … Continue reading

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Reflections on the National Conversation: Gay Rights & the Supreme Court

This week the U.S. Supreme Court has listened to arguments pertaining to two cases dealing with rights of gay partners. Rather than address the legal precedents, sociological data, or biblical material, Jeff Carlson here steps back and explores reality, rights … Continue reading

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John Boyd, “Tyranny is Tyranny”

In honor of someone I deeply respect, I post this poem published in the July 1946 edition of Our Times (p. 17).

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