June 2, 2014
Breaking Church News

Gallup Names Adventist Health System ‘Best Place to Work’

70,000 people employed by the Adventist church-run organization are praised as top performers.

J.N. Andrews Was First Adventist Missionary? Think Again

The legacy of Michael Belina Czechowski and the role played by independent-minded Adventists take the spotlight at an international conference.

Adventist Leaders in Germany Apologize for World War I Stance

The apology, read at a rare gathering of the two dissenting sides of the German church, signals a possible step toward reconciliation.

Texas: Adventist Hospital Starts $95 Million Expansion

A new facility at Texas Health Huguley Hospital will double the size of private rooms.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Atheists Lose Court Battle With IRS

Atheists claimed that the IRS discriminated against nonreligious groups.

Conservative Methodists Say Divide Over Sexuality is 'Irreconcilable'

Some 80 pastors believe a split is inevitable.

Arab Children Find Role Models in Bible Heroes

A new Bible quiz show targets children.

Religious Rights Commission Pushes to Add Pakistan, Syria to List of Worst Offenders

A new list will be released by this fall.

This Week's Special Features

The Cookie is in the Details

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney reminds us that the details make all the difference.

May We Introduce Michael Belina Czechowski

Web Exclusive: An interview with Jacques Frei about first Seventh-day Adventist Missionary to Europe.

Simple Questions, Simple Answers

Editorial: "For people of prophecy, we spend an awful lot of time looking in the rear-view mirror," asserts Steve Chavez.

Prosperity Gospel: Deceptions and Dangers

Web Exclusive: Alberto Timm shares his indepth study of this popular teaching among evangelicals.

The Kaleo Project

May 22 Cover Feature: Sandra Blackmer tells the story of students doing more than just hitting the books.

Delilah Was a Siren

Editorial: "What if, instead of seduction, siren Deliliah had worked on soul-winning?" asks Lael Caesar.

God Is...?

May 15 Cover Feature: Joseph Olstad searches for a balanced understanding of God's character.

The Parable of the Tomato Plant

Heart and Soul--Devotional: "How many times have you given up?" asks Afia Donkor.


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