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In Egypt, proposed law draft would classify Adventists as non-Christian

In Egypt, proposed law draft would classify Adventists as non-Christian

Nov 21, 2014

Seventh-day Adventist Church officials in Egypt are expressing concern over a proposed draft of the nation’s Personal Status Law that would classify...

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In the U.S., ‘parsonage allowance’ upheld against challenge by atheist group

In the U.S., ‘parsonage allowance’ upheld against challenge by atheist group

Nov 13, 2014

A U.S. federal court confirmed today that clergy can continue to claim the tax benefit for housing allowance, upholding a Seventh-day Adventist...

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Bahamas Prime Minister commends Adventist Church for health commitment

Bahamas Prime Minister commends Adventist Church for health commitment

Nov 12, 2014

The top leader of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas last week recognized the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the areas of health, education...

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Remembrance: Boothby, 81, was a bulldog lawyer who defended Sabbath

Remembrance: Boothby, 81, was a bulldog lawyer who defended Sabbath

Nov 11, 2014

Lee Boothby, one of the first Adventist lawyers and a trailblazer in defending Sabbath rights, has died at the age of 81.Boothby died on the morning...

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Adventist youth leaders asking local leaders to reserve March 21 as Global Youth Day

Adventist youth leaders asking local leaders to reserve March 21 as Global Youth Day

Nov 06, 2014

Seventh-day Adventist Youth Ministries leaders are asking local youth leaders to reserve March 21, 2015, on their calendar for the community service...

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New Zealander awarded $31,000 for Sabbath dismissal

New Zealander awarded $31,000 for Sabbath dismissal

Nov 04, 2014

A New Zealand company has been ordered to pay lost wages to a Seventh-day Adventist man who was fired for refusing to work on Sabbath.Mark...

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