How My Mind Has Changed and Remained the Same with Regard to Biblical Interpretation

news For some time, the Society of Biblical Literature has included a section at its annual sessions in which an older member reflects on how her or his thinking has evolved over the years under the title "How My Mind has Changed and Remained the Same." Now that I am officially eligible to retire (although I do not intend to do so anytime soon), I have been emboldened to use this genre to express some thoughts on biblical interpretation.

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Homeless Puerto Ricans Wash Feet for First Time

news A group of church members gathered in a Puerto Rican park at 5 a.m. Saturday (Sabbath) to pray, read the Bible, and eat a light breakfast. Little did they expect to be watched by homeless people when they were ejected from their usual spot and met in the city’s central square instead.

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Adventist cookbook named “Best in the World”

news A book authored by a Seventh-day Adventist nutritionist and published by Signs Publishing has been named “Best in the World”. Food as Medicine: Cooking for Your Best Health was awarded the Best “Health and Nutrition” Cookbook in the world for 2016 at the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, held in Yantai, China, May 26-29.

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Sharing the Christian's Hope even as we struggle with the loss of a few of our loved ones.

news Perhaps the greatest challenge any religious leader could face is that of death and its sorrow within their constituency. Our local Adventist Mission president and his team of administrators and directors are no different. Trinidad and Tobago as a nation continues to have its share of senseless tragedies, seemingly a part of modern societies.

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Oakwood University, Adventist-owned historically black school, celebrates 120 years

news Marking 120 years of advancing learning among underserved populations, Oakwood University, a Seventh-day Adventist school consistently ranked among America’s best Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or HBCUs, celebrated a week of Founder’s Day activities from November 9 to 16 at the school's Huntsville, Alabama, campus.

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Adventist Soccer Player Back on Field With Sabbath-off Contract

news Sabbath-keeping employee smooths the way for Vítor Ressurreiçao to again play professionally. A faithful Seventh-day Adventist physiotherapist working at a soccer club in the Brazilian state of Paraná inadvertently smoothed the way for Carlos Vítor da Costa Ressurreição, a professional goalkeeper recently baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist Church, to return to the soccer field with a Sabbath-off contract.

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Essential Keys to Total Member Involvement Here’s how you can “reach one, lose none, and disciple all.”

news This past May, for the first time in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, an outreach event took place in Rwanda that is changing the way we look at evangelism. It is not so much revolutionary as all-inclusive, and it yielded astounding results — more than 100,000 baptisms in one climactic month! What made the difference?

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Delegates approve Union administrators and field administrators during the 16th CUC Session

news The 16th Quinquennial Session of the Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (CARU) ended today at the University of the Southern Caribbean, Maracas Valley, St. Joseph, Trinidad. The event, held over four days, saw the return of Dr. Kern Tobias as president. Pastor Johnson Frederick of the St. Lucia Mission has been elected to serve as the new secretary of the Caribbean Union Conference while Mr. Bertie Henry was re-elected as Treasurer. Get all news updates at the CARU website.

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Adventist Church prepares to share its humble beginnings through a major cinematic production

news Tell the world will showcase the struggles and triumphs of the denomination pioneers.After years of planning, fundraising and production, Chester Stanley, former president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia, saw his dream come true with the completion of the Tell the World cinematic production, which tells the history of the global denomination’s pioneers.

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Britain’s Queen Honors Adventist Leader From Bahamas

news A Seventh-day Adventist Church leader from The Bahamas has received a prestigious award presented by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II to people of high office who render extraordinary or important non-military service in a foreign country.The president of the Atlantic Caribbean Union Mission receives the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George medal.

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