March 17, 2010
Breaking Church News

Deaf Ministry Pioneer Arthur Griffith Dies

Was first ordained deaf Adventist minister.

Paulsen to Youth: Get Involved

Let's Talk reaches Inter-America youth.

Multilingual Bible Nears End of World Tour

The trek promoted Bible reading.

Maryland Adventist Receives White House Appointment

Orlan Johnson will chair the board of the Securities Investor Protection Corp.

Andrews University Board Names New Provost

Andrea Luxton succeeds Heather Knight, who became PUC president.

World Religion News

Headlines from Religion News Service

500 Christians Slaughtered in Nigeria

About 75 houses burned

Reform Rabbis Say Yes to Mixed Marriages

Half of American Jews marry outside their faith.

Supreme Court to Weigh Limits of Kansas Church's Hate Speech

The cases will test the boundaries of the Constitution.

Jail Sentence Sends Warning to Faith-healing Church

Couple get 16 months for neglect.

Louisiana Bill to Allow Guns in Church

The legislature convenes on March 29.

March 18, 2010 Adventist Review

What Are We Really Doing to God's Creatures?

Features editor Sandra Blackmer interviews medical doctor and theologian
Sigve Tonstad about how  Christianity relates to our natural environment.

Don't Ask Don't Tell

The U.S. government is currently rethinking the issue of gays and lesbians
serving openly in the military. How should Adventists reflect on these issues?

ASI: Vision for Outreach

In any organization, it's the people who make it work.

Plugged In and Ready to Go

Time alone with God is essential; just ask Jesus.

Help for Haiti--And Humanity

Even little things make a difference.

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This Week's Special Features

The Shaming of Religion

A new web-only exclusive.

The Fear Factor

This is not some reality show; it's real life.

Where Are All the Christians?

Thom Rainier raises some disturbing questions.

Are Women Really Unhappy?

Olive Hemmings, a religion professor at Washington Adventist University,
responds to Albert Mohler's article on women.

A Time for Joy

Find encouragement in today's trials and challenges.

Another Battle Over David and Goliath

Engaging critical scholarship over the trustworthiness of Scripture

In the Watch Fires of a Hundred Circling Camps

The watchword of this hour is still the Lamb's unflinching boast.


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