I try to read every email that comes to SoulPreaching.Com even from those who are leaving the email list. Sometimes the reasons why they leave are simply because of having a different theological perspective. What is interesting however are those who leave
A little while ago the Religious News Service put out an article about Seventh-day Adventism being the fastest growing church in North America. On Facebook it appeared that a huge percentage of Adventists were sending links to this article all over the
Legalism is a common word in Adventist discourse. Whether certain evangelicals are calling Adventists legalists for talking about Sabbath or Adventists are calling each other legalists for various reasons, the word is a very common one in any discussion of Adventism. For
“We are certainly at the very end of time. We are seeing a converging of events that are unprecedented at this time. It all points to Jesus Christ returning in the next 5 to 10 years. Don’t you agree pastor?” The question
I was reading a blog post by one of my former classmates at Vanderbilt Divinity School on how pastors must deal with the ghosts of the past when attempting to lead a church today. Much Adventist historiography paints the picture of a
How can preachers navigate the three intertwining stories we must exegete if we are to preach powerful sermons. Elder Cox addresses this issue in this audio. Download the audio at this link.