February 8, 2012
Breaking Church News

Nigeria: Religious Conflict Takes Toll on Adventist Church

Open-air meetings curtailed, churches pray for peace.

High Court Ruling Protects Adventist Church

Ruling shields churches from government interference.

Church Honors South African Member

Denis Baird conducted antitobacco campaigns.

GC Notes 100 Years of Public Relations Efforts

Press bureau started in 1912.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Woman Charged With Embezzling $1 Million From NY Archdiocese

The archdiocese did not conduct a criminal background check.

U.S. Split on Campaign Religion Talk

For many voters, religion is not a factor when choosing a political candidate.

Study: U.S. Muslims Don't Want Shariah Law

Some 212 Muslims were surveyed.

European Secularists: We're Not Treated Fairly

Humanists say the nonreligious are discriminated against.

February 9, 2012, Adventist Review

Unrest Over a Rest Day

Cover Feature: Andy Nash suggests that the Sabbath is a day of delight only if we understand what it means.

The Most Dangerous Prayer

Theology: "Are we willing to accept God's permissive will?" asks Willie Edward Hucks.

More Than a Huddle

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us that praise matters; fellowship matters; reconciliation matters.

You Are What You Eat

Introducing the Why: To walk with Christ we must starve our flesh, proposes Jimmy Phillips.

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This Week's Special Features

Team Spirit

Dateline Moscow: Let the Holy Spirit work, suggests Andrew McChesney.

The "Invisible" Piano

Web Exclusive: Do you believe in miracles? Wilhelmina Dunbar does.

The Note

Cover Story: Gina Wahlen tells the story of a young girl who wanted God to read her heart. She got her wish and then some.


Editorial: Lael Caesar wants us to consider where heaven is really found.

Body Parts

Editorial: Gerald A. Klingbeil unpacks a crucial message from Paul.

An Accomplished Life

Cover Feature: Get to know the story of Terry Johnsson and his unique life experiences, featured by Mark A. Kellner.

Adventists and Alcohol

Web Exclusive: With studies showing the benefits of alcohol use, how should Adventists respond? asks Dr. Peter Landless.


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