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    A Caring Church Is a Caring Person Tertiary
    This article encourages people that the way of reaching more people for Christ is to focus on meeting their needs by showing them love first before showing them the truth of the SDA biblical truth. In order for a church to grow it must first become a church...

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    An Ideological Reading of Uncle Arthur’s Bedtime Stories Using Critical Literacy Preschool-Lifelong
    This paper "seeks to expose the overt and covert ideologies of the text so that their power can be recognised and their value evaluated."

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    Audacity Personified - Leading With Hope, Searching for Truth(s) Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This article examines the theme of hope within the context of my own spiritual positionality and my philosophical journey during a graduate course in Philosophy of Education—a course that I was completing as Barack Obama transitioned from presidential...

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    Can Reality Be Understood Without God? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Only through philosophical and rational education, argued Plato, could anyone escape the cave and ascend into the world of sunlight, that is, reality as it truly is. However apt (or crude) Plato’s metaphor, what if indeed we could slip out, and...

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    Certainty of Faith and Probabilistic Science Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This paper presents a model (Figure 1) in which reality as viewed by empiricists and reality as viewed by fundamentalists can be examined. It shows how the certainty of faith of fundamentalists and the probability of empiricists can co-exist. The model...

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    Critical Thinking and the Media Kindergarten-Lifelong
    We are inevitably influenced by what the media blitz hits us with every day. We become like what we behold and it is important to critically sift through the barrage, recognize bias, understand the various persuasion techniques used, make informed decisions about fact, fiction, opinion, and to dig for Truth.

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    Darwinism and the 19th-century Conflict Between Science and Religion Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Whatever does not distinguish between speculation and the teaching of the Holy Scriptures will inevitably lead to confusion. Basing our beliefs on what others say is simply too risky."

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    Eclecticism Peril or Promise in Adventist Philosophy Classes? Tertiary
    Since truth can come from many different sources, Vyhmeister concludes that pulling truths from various philosophical sources (eclecticism), even when the sources are not Seventh-day Adventist in origin, can be beneficial and even necessary for students. Because...

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    Ellen G White on Biblical Hermeneutics Tertiary
    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.

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    Ellen White on the Search for Knowledge and the Experience of Salvation - Why They Must Go Together Tertiary-Lifelong
    Fortin draws on Ellen White's writings in the context written to explore warnings regarding the search for knowledge and truth, and the importance of steadfastness to Adventist teachings. He concludes that "[s]cholarship and teaching must always be directed...

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    Fostering Discernment Among Adventist College Youth Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    "The Christian teacher faces students with varying personal worldviews. The aim is to lead the student to examine his position as well as any new knowledge in a rational manner so as to discern truth. Bible based truth ultimately involves discernment...

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    Give Them Some Truth Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A parent explains why, in a world where many are throwing out the idea of right and wrong in favor of a 'shades of grey' approach, he chooses to send his daughters to an Adventist school where truth is still sought after and believed in. He also briefly describes...

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    Give Them Some Truth Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "A parent’s testimony on the meaning and relevance of Christian education"

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    Giving a Reason for our Hope Tertiary-Lifelong
    This essay serves to: (1) build an understanding of Bible-anchored apologetics as a valuable strategy for Christian witness; (2) examine the approach used by New Testament authors in explaining and defending core Christian beliefs; (3) outline the biblical...

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    God on Trial? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "'Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, yes, I will help you. I will uphold you with My righteous right hand' (Isaiah 41:10). 'Behold, all those who were incensed against you shall be ashamed and disgraced;...

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    Gossip - Spirit of Prophecy Quotes Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Learn what gossip is, its results and what we can do about it through this compilation of Spirit of Prophecy quotes.[For a complete list of Ellen White publication abbreviations visit the White Estate.]

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    History, Philosophy, and Destiny - Insights from Daniel Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Daniel’s worldview and concept of the place of people and nations in God’s plan to redeem the world has deep relevance for us today."

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    How Do We Know What is True? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Using examples from paleontology and biology, Brand discusses how data, interpretations, hypotheses, and worldview are involved in the development of ideas, and how to evaluate them -- how to determine what ideas one can trust as truth.

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    Integrating Faith and Learning in the Physical Sciences Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the JAE special science issue posits that the integration of faith and learning should foster a religious faith and provide a setting in which moral dilemmas resulting from scientific progress can be examined. Early scientists pursued science...

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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: Claims for Missing Issues; News About JAE Web Site; Americans Reject Idea of Absolute Truth; Students' Use of Time; Kids...

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    Looking for Present Truth Tertiary-Lifelong
    "As members of the body of Christ, we are meant to be His present and redeemed community, the concrete incarnation of present truth and of the ideals of His everlasting kingdom."

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    My Search for Truth Grade 11-Lifelong
    Shanmuganathan tells his personal story of how he turned to the Bible and became a Christian.

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    Philosophical Shifts in Concepts of Truth Over Twenty Centuries Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    Coetzee gives an overview of the history of man's search for truth. He begins with the original Greek understandings of philosophy, science, and wisdom, opinion, theory, knowledge, and truth. He follows that by a record of role and conceptual shifts in philosophy,...

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    Research and the Search for Truth Tertiary-Lifelong
    "While research is fundamentally a search for new knowledge, that knowledge should also be trustworthy, a true and accurate reflection of reality." This article is the second in a series on biblical foundations for research. See A...

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    Should We Always Tell the Truth, Even When Life is at Stake? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The question of truth-telling has become a troubling issue... What does it mean? Is it necessary? Consequences: are they to be weighed in? God is faithful: He keeps His own. Jesus is our ultimate model."

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    Sound Hermeneutic Principles for Non-theologians Tertiary-Lifelong
    Read Jon Paulien's presentation at the April 2001 International Conference on the Seventh-day Adventist Philosophy of Education.

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    TEACH Editorial Vol 6 Issue 2: The Fascinating Future Grade 7-Tertiary
    Perry wonders if our students will "become immersed in an individualistic indulgent future aspiring to be gods, or will they, by choice, emerge into a Spirit formed, passionately committed God-likeness that is gifted, and lives compassionately."...

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    Teaching beyond Post-modernism in a Digitalised Society Grade 5-Tertiary
    "The rapid and exponential growth of the internet over the past 40 years has changed the nature of society. Indeed...the internet is our defining medium. This has implications for student learning and, consequently, teacher pedagogy."

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    Teaching Religion versus Teaching Theology - An Unbalanced Emphasis? Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article offers a distinction between religion and theology and seeks to show why Adventist educators need to rethink the need for religious instruction in our schools and colleges. It outlines what religious education should attempt to accomplish, the...

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    Teaching Truth - A Biblical Paradigm Tertiary-Lifelong
    This paper highlights the significance of truth for the Christian worldview, analyzes the inadequacy of representative secular criteria for truth, identifies a Christian response to the truth search, explores various truth issues, examines the dilemma of error...

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    Telling the Truth About Truth Tertiary-Lifelong
    King highlights six truths about Truth from Scripture. It exists; it matters; it must be sought; it is in a person; it requires us to take a stand; and it sets us free. Read about some of the scriptural references that back up these truths about Truth.

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    Telling The Truth About Truth Grade 9-Lifelong
    Discover what the Scriptures teach about truth in this article. The 6 truths discussed include: God truly exists; truth matters, truth must be sought; truth is in a person; truth requires us to take a stand; and truth sets us free.

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    The Great Search Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In this article, Dr. Richard Hart, the President of Loma Linda University Health, shares some personal reflections on the role of knowledge in the quest for meaning and greater understanding."

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    The Truth Search - A Christian Response Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article analyzes the inadequacy of representative secular criteria for truth and seek to identify a Christian response to the truth search. We will also explore a number of implications of the Christian perspective, such as the unity and universality...

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    To Be a Witness - The Call and the Challenge Grade 9-Lifelong
    This article includes six basic principles to shape the life of a witness, each with supporting biblical references.

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    Truth and Moral Absolutes Tertiary-Lifelong
    "There is a difference between the statement that moral absolutes exist and the claim that one can know these absolutes with the same clarity that God knows them."

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    Truth Is a Person Tertiary-Lifelong
    Rodriguez talks about the human desire for truth and finding the ultimate Truth.

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    What is Truth? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Most people today consider truth to be propositional--a gathered selection of the most productive norms, the most verifiable teaching and philosophy, the most incisive worldview."

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    What Matters Most Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A retired principal promotes simplicity in teaching. His list of five "musts" for teachers shows his belief that students should be actively led by their teacher, not encouraged to be independent learners as is the trend in some schools. Leo's book...