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Friedensau: Symposium on Adventist Interpretations of Biblical Apocalypticism

23 speakers and 250 guest auditors from 30 countries met through Zoom.

From April 26 to 29, Friedensau Adventist University hosted an international symposium with the title “The Kingdom of God is at Hand: Adventist Interpretations of Biblical Apocalypticism”. Organized

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Friedensau Adventist University hosts international symposium: “The Kingdom of God is at Hand”

'We must ensure that the apocalyptic message remains meaningful to us today'

the wheels and the symposium had to be postponed, and eventually became an on-line event, from April 26 until April 29. Although the participant missed the face-to-face interaction with one another, the

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Friedensau: Symposium on Adventist Interpretations of Biblical Apocalypticism

The conference language is English; the presentations and discussions will be translated into German.

From today, April 26, to April 29, 2021, the Department of Theology of Friedensau Adventist University will host a symposium with the theme: "The Kingdom of God is at Hand. Adventist Interpretations

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“The digital era calls for greater empathy”

Second day of the Global Adventist Innovation Network.

“especially on social media.” As an example, the time spent on Facebook in the USA has increased from 26 minutes daily in 2019, to 34 minutes in 2020. Social media in general has seen an increase in users

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Adventist Church in Haiti Prays for Safety of Four Kidnapped Members

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Haiti has been praying for the safe return of four of its members who were kidnapped during a live online program last night.

Figaro Greger, founder and director of Adventist Gospel Krèyol Ministry. Greger started the group 26 years ago. “We have to pray, pray, pray. We all need to pray and wait for God’s miracle,” Greger

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Europe in history, etymology and mythology

According to the Greek mythology Europe, daughter of a Phoenician king, was born at Tyre in Lebanon.

the time Tyrus was the world's main harbour city, being at the height of its power. (Ezekiel, chapter 26) Was Europe born in Tyre? Our continent was named after princess Europe, who

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Let’s Not Waste the Pandemic

One year into our current world health crisis, it may be the time to ask “what,” not “why.”

loved ones, and a myriad Zoom funerals, perhaps it resonates now more than ever. As of mid-March 2021, 2.6 million people had died around the world in one year. We knew these people: they were our family members

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At the U.N., Adventist Leader Calls Gender-based Violence ‘Shame of Our Humanity’

Public Affairs and Religious Liberty director urges cooperation to confront forces working against the “full humanity” of women.

indulging in “academic speculation about rights in the abstract,” Ganoune Diop said during a January 26, 2021, keynote address to more than a thousand attendees drawn from both the United Nations (UN) community

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Today, January 27, is International Holocaust Remambrance Day

THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH DEPLORES ALL FORMS OF RACISM. SCRIPTURE PLAINLY TEACHES THAT EVERY PERSON WAS CREATED IN THE IMAGE OF GOD.

who "made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth" ( Acts 17:26 ). Racial discrimination is an offense against our fellow human beings, who were created in God's

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3,762 PEOPLE GOT HELP IN THE 42ND WEEK OF PROJECT “HUMANITARIAN SUPPORT COVID-19”

entrepreneurs; 7 immigrants; and 5 victims of domestic violence. Therefore, in the week of December 20–26, 2020, the ADRA project “Humanitarian Support COVID-19” engaged the specialized services adapted to

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