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A CENSOR’S GLOWING COALS

culture that challenged the social norms of the previous 1,500 years. As late as the Nazi regime in Germany (1933–1945), however, mass book burnings ominously presaged the horrific crematoriums of the death [...] are a platform. If not, then you are a publisher. There are vital legal ramifications in either direction. Should governments cajole corporations to ban certain kinds of speech, or allow other kinds [...] is there for all to see who study biblical prophecy. For more than 150 years, Seventh-day Adventists have been scanning the political landscape, looking primarily for government-initiated restriction

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ADVENTISTS AND MILITARY SERVICE

the highest church leadership. It included six regional leaderships, called "associations," with 3,500 Adventists in 125 congregations served by 30 pastors. The Seventh-day Adventist Church was founded [...] their worldwide church leadership (131f.). Regardless of the position of their church leadership, according to Daniel Heinz, about 20 Adventists were imprisoned in Germany during World War I for refusal [...] Non-combatants in the Second World War in Germany Although, from 1920 on, young Adventists in Germany took "Red Cross courses"—on the advice of their church leadership in order to be able to serve as paramedics

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Relating to Muslims Christ’s Way

This article tries to understand the foundational fabric of Islam and relate it to a Christian worldview and theology. It invites a Christlike way of relating to people of Islamic worldviews.

family that we can confidently come directly to God. The concept of equality is at the core of the faith of Jesus. This equality is based on new covenant promise of direct access to God. 6. The Notion of [...] any dogma or formula. Stories of divisions based on different understandings of the legitimacy of leadership are part of the fabric of the religion that is called Islam. Among Shi’a Muslims a need for restoration [...] attached to places, objects, and peoples that biblical Christianity tended to relativize in favor of direct access to God the Father through the Son, Jesus Christ, and through the Holy Spirit. No such language

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“Guilt and Failure” - Statement of the Seventh-day Adventist Church regarding the outbreak of the First World War

Friedensau, Germany, Pastor Arthur G. Daniells, President of the General Conference (World Church Leadership) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, objected to the position of the German Church Leadership regarding [...] Informations about the Seventh-day Adventist Church at http://www.adventist.org ************************* Statement of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Germany regarding the centennial anniversary [...] August 2nd, 1914, the Central European leadership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Hamburg issued a circular letter to the Adventist congregations in Germany recommending, “Insofar as we are members

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