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    A Brief Reflection on Adventism and Social Causes Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist education historian Greenleaf explores social reform movements in the 19th century and how these stimulated Adventist engagement in reform, the development of development and relief services through ADRA, and involvement in gender equality and politics.

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    A System in Search of Identity Tertiary-Lifelong
    A historical perspective on SDA higher education and how its current direction has been largely shaped by the results of two identity crises. The results of the first led Adventist colleges to become liberal arts institutions rather than Bible colleges and...

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    Health Care Reform - History and Theological Relevance in the Adventist Movement Tertiary
    "This article analyses the development and relevance of the health message in the Adventist movement. The first part discusses about the historical background and the development of the health message in the first years of the seventh day Adventist...

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    JAE: Of Interest to Teachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This Journal of Adventist Education column features current news, reports, and updates of interest to educators. In this issue: Jobs Up in Education; International Education Ministers Agree on Goals; Group Criticized for Offering "Simplistic"...

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    Seventh-day Adventists and Dress Reform Grade 7-Lifelong
    This article corroborates Mrs. White's comments on the negative aspects of the female clothing in her era by quoting the concerns of others in the same timeframe.

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    The Magisterial Reformers and Ordination Tertiary
    The magisterial reformers made a clear break with the Roman Catholic sacramental view of ordination of the clergy. The descendants of Luther and Calvin closely followed the Reformers’ ordination theologies and practice. In this paper we will discuss...