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U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral argument on religious signage, content discrimination

U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral argument on religious signage, content discrimination

Jan 12, 2015

Can a United States city mandate that a sign announcing a religious event must be smaller than a sign promoting a political candidate?That’s the...

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Adventist Church offers condolences after terrorist attack in Paris

Jan 09, 2015

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has sent condolences to France and praised its government for supporting religious freedom after a terrorist attack...

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In Liberia, ADRA distributing $110,000 worth of supplies to Ebola survivors, victims

In Liberia, ADRA distributing $110,000 worth of supplies to Ebola survivors, victims

Jan 08, 2015

The Adventist Development Relief Agency is collaborating with a local church in Monrovia, Liberia, to distribute supplies to some 600 Ebola survivors...

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‘Faithfulness to God in the Last Days’

‘Faithfulness to God in the Last Days’

Jan 05, 2015

The following is a transcript of the Thursday night plenary session address that Adventist Church leader Ted N. C. Wilson gave at GYC’s annual...

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Denomination appoints Ebola response coordinator

Denomination appoints Ebola response coordinator

Dec 18, 2014

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency has appointed an Ebola Response Coordinator in a move that Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders say will...

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Remembrance: Douglass, 87, was leading Adventist theologian, author

Remembrance: Douglass, 87, was leading Adventist theologian, author

Dec 18, 2014

Herbert E. Douglass, a leading Adventist theologian, administrator, and prolific author, died this week after a long illness. He was 87.To some,...

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