An Evaluation of the Traditional SDA Understanding of the Identity of The Rest of Her Seed in Revelation 12:17
Seventh-day Adventist scholars have long identified the ‘rest of her seed’ of Revelation 12:17 with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. This identification is based on the understanding that ‘the rest of her seed’ are an ‘end-time...
Dealing With Doctrinal Issues in the Church : Proposal for Ground Rules
The purpose of this paper is to suggest some ground rules for dealing with a potentially divisive theological issue, such as the theology of ordination. It includes the history of doctrinal controversy at the beginning of the Christian Church and at the inception...
Ellen G White on Biblical Hermeneutics
This paper attempts to bring together Ellen G. White’s views on the objectives, principles, and methods for interpreting Scripture in order to discover the truth about God’s teachings and practices in the Bible.
The Biblical One Flesh Theology of Marriage as Constituted in Genesis 2:24 : An Exegetical Study of This Human Divine Covenant Pattern , Its New Testament Echoes and its Reception History Throughout Scripture
This thesis reports the results of a linguistic and theological investigation of the “one flesh” marriage union concept introduced in Genesis 2:24, and the history of its reception throughout the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament Scriptures, with...
The Proper Role of Ellen G Whites Writings In Resolving Church Controversies
This paper is focused on the role Ellen G. White's writings have in resolving disputed issues of interpretation in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The Theology of Human Work as Found in the Genesis Narrative Compared with the Co-Creationist Theology of Human Work
This study aims to develop the theology of work that emerges from a close study of the book of Genesis, and to compare this with current Christian theologies of work, especially that known as co-creationism.
Tongues in Corinth - The Case for Human Languages - A Study of Corinthians 12-14
This treatise supports the historical view that the tongues phenomenon in 1 Cor 14 is identical to that in Acts 2. Hence, it argues that the tongues referred to in 1 Corinthians are known human languages and not angel speech, riddles, ecstatic irrational utterances...
Towards a Theology of Ordination
This paper reports an introductory study on the topic of a theology of ordination that would be used as a starting point for the discussion of the topic. There is an emphasis on the practice and significance of the laying on of hands as it relates to ordination.