May 16, 2012
Breaking Church News

NAD "Bible-Experience" Challenge Comes to Maryland

Twenty-six teams showed knowledge of the Scriptures.

Bates' Concordance Given to Southern Adventist University

Gift brings historic volume to school.

Adventist Media Center Board Asks Ministries for Business Proposals

Option to relocate from Simi Valley can be included.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Pope Warns Catholic Colleges on Fidelity to Church Doctrine

The pontiff wants a stronger Catholic identity on campuses.

Methodists Uphold Stance Against Homosexuality

Church leaders nix two compromise proposals.

Native Americans Get First Complete Inuit Bible

Translation started in 1978.

Pentagon Probes Islamic Training Course

Some 20 officers complained about course materials.

May 17, 2012 Adventist Review

Adventist and Single

Cover Feature: Stephen Chavez explores the lives of Adventist singles to see what they are thinking and feeling, and why we have to care.

More Holy Days for Adventists?

Heart and Soul Biblical Studies: Roy E. Gane revisits the issue of Israelite festivals.

Media Blitz

Editorial: In an age of increasing media, how do we navigate it all? Gerald Klingbeil has some ideas.

Walls of Salvation

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams reminds us of what must happen in order to fulfill the promise of Isaiah 60:18.

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This Week's Special Features

Timing is Everything

Searching the Obvious: Dixil Rodríguez reminds us that God's timing is always perfect.

Women and Their Words

Cover Feature: Gina Wahlen introduces us to the women who changed a few things in this magazine's history.

The Jesus-centered Life

Heart and Soul Theology: S. Joseph Kidder on searching for the dream church.

The Arched Eyebrow

Editorial: "Scorn is the weapon we pick up when persuasion fails to persuade," says Bill Knott.

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words

Cover Feature: Martin Klingbeil tells how images from the past can help us understand God's character.

Punta Cana Updates

Reports from the World Religious Freedom Congress in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Why Do Angels Come in Threes?

Cover Feature: Nathan Brown revisits a well-known Bible passage.


Escrito Está

Based in Simi Valley, California, Escrito Está is the largest Adventist Spanish telecast in the world. In production for nearly 20 years, Escrito Está is the Spanish arm of the It Is Written broadcast ministry. Under the direction of Robert E. Costa, the ministry now reaches every continent. In addition to its weekly television program, the ministry also produces an Internet-based daily devotional series called Una Mejor Manera de Vivir (A Better Way to Live).

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