June 19, 2013
Breaking Church News

Thousands Rally in São Paulo, Brazil, for Religious Freedom

Liberty is for all, Wilson, Köhler say; leaders from 20 movements participate.

Storms Don't Diminish NY13's 'Revelation of Hope' Opening

More than 500 pack Greenwich Village church for campaign kickoff.

Adventist Pastor Expelled From Equatorial Guinea

Authorities claim FM transmitter was actually an illegal satellite rig.

Major Study Affirms Adventists' Vegetarian Diet

More than 70,000 studied in U.S.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Religious Leaders Welcome FBI Hate Crimes Reporting

The FBI anticipates starting the program in 2015.

Southern Baptists Condemn Boy Scouts Policy

Delegates stop short of calling for a boycott.

Lifetree Cafes Offer Space for Tough Topics

The unconventional ministry sparks growing interest.

Report Draws Attention to Hindu Hate Crimes

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Pakistan were cited as egregious violators.

June 20, 2013, Adventist Review

Seventh-day Adventists and Other Churches

Cover Feature: There's a growing desire by leaders of other churches to know more about our church, says William G. Johnsson.

Sexuality as Something Sacred

Adventist Life: David E. Thomas asks, "Why can't we get this 'sexuality thing' right?"


 Editorial: Understanding homosexuality and its explainers is no easier than understanding human nature or divine grace, says Lael Caesar.


Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein introduces a new Web site with materials on the Adventist Church's 1844 doctrine.

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This Week's Special Features

Taking Matters Into God's Hands

Introducing the Why: Has God promised you something? Then don't try to fulfill God's word for Him, says Jimmy Phillips.

Molotov Cocktail

Story: Lupu Corneliu Benone reminds us that God still speaks to humans--not merely about their present, but about their future.

In the Wilderness

Story: God pulls out all stops to reach people, says Gerald A. Klingbeil.

Fitbits and Pharisees

Editorial: Bill Knott sounds a call for unself-conscious Adventism.

One Year in Catholic School

Story: Kimberly Luste Maran shares a personal experience that made her faith grow.

Ziggurats, Mountains, and the Stone

May 23 Cover: Here's a surprising twist to a well-known text, says Gerald A. Klingbeil.

Lucky 12

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney and his personal trainer embark on a journey that has hopeful possibilities.

The Christian Leader in the Digital Age

Web Exclusive: A commentary by Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


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