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    20 Guiding Principles in the Study and Use of the Spirit of Prophecy Grade 7-Lifelong
    Twenty principles that include seeing the big picture, applying the text to my current life, observing other people's testimonies but remembering that conditions can change; among others.

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    An Unparalleled Heritage Grade 4-Lifelong
    Those of us who are gathered today in the house of God have an unparalleled inheritance, which brings to mind David's statement in Psalm 16:6 "The cords have fallen to me in pleasant places, and the heritage that is mine is beautiful." The word "inheritance",...

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    Can My Vote Be Biblical? Tertiary
    Voting for a political ideology reiterates the notion that the Christian has a role in effecting change in his or her society. This article shares biblical principles for voting.

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    Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Values - Revealing the Invisible Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "'Back to values' has been a significant trend in school systems during the past few years. While the secular school system continues to debate on how to go about teaching values, Adventist teachers are encouraged to continue the deliberate integration...

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    Do Christianity and Politics Mix? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Students need to understand Biblical teachings concerning church-state relations, political affairs, and their relationship to religion in a variety of governments and political systems. This article from the JAE special social studies, history, and geography...

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    Going Home - Or Why I am a Seventh-day Adventist Teacher Tertiary-Lifelong
    Warren Ashworth writes about the privilege and responsibility each Seventh-day Adventist faculty has in allowing their unique worldview to shape and inform every aspect of their teaching lives. He states that every decision, from textbook choices to teaching...

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    Integrating Employability Skills in the Business Curriculum - A Biblical Rationale Tertiary
    This article presents strategies for the development of a biblical rationale for the integration of employability skills in the business curriculum.

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    Is Spiritual Mentoring a Biblical Idea? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Spiritual mentors are extremely important in our spiritual development. And Biblical. The word mentor is not in the Bible; but the concept is written all over the New Testament in the ministry of Jesus and of the apostles, as well as in instructions for the...

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    JAE Editorial: The Stewardship of Boardsmanship Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Osborn shares six biblical principles of members of school boards or trustees of higher education. Articles included in this issue: Principals and Boards: A Team The...

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    Not Everything for Sale - A Biblical Perspective on Economics Tertiary-Lifelong
    Gashugi discusses the economy, and gives general biblical principles for us to follow.

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    Nurturing the Mind of the Christian Professional Lifelong
    "The Christian professional must be a thinking being, whose thoughts are grounded in the conception of eternity and an understanding of God. Some secular authors suggest that Christians aren’t good at thinking. This paper argues that Christians...

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    Protection - Where Science, Ritual, and Moral Principles Meet Tertiary-Lifelong
    "To think that the Bible contains no sound scientific principles reflects an attitude that is poorly informed, as a little research and some critical reading shows."

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    Salt is Good - Forgiveness and Moral Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "How can we provide knowledge and model moral virtues? Does our curriculum reflect a genuine concern for moral values?" The author provides principles and practical ideas for peace education on the college or university campus. Sectional titles...

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    Teaching a Theology of the Center Versus a Theology of the Edges Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The curriculum in Adventist schools should guide students to an understanding of and appreciation for the central themes of the Bible and other biblical writings, focusing on God's original plan, the great controversy, and the work of redemption. Sub-headings...

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    Teaching Truth - A Biblical Paradigm Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    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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    The Church and Military Service Tertiary-Lifelong
    In this article from the JAE special higher education issue, the question of the Christian's relationship to war and violence is discussed. The traditional position has been noncombatancy and a high respect for human life. The October 1972 Annual Council action...

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    The Crucible and the Bible Grade 11-Grade 12
    The Crucible, a play by Arthur Miller, explores issues important for every Christian: honesty, justice, fidelity, faith, and conviction. This unit plan, intended to take 6 to 7 weeks, integrates the concepts in the play with Biblical passages. Students...

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    The Top Ten Mistakes Leaders Make Tertiary-Lifelong
    In a light, readable style, Dr. Hans Finzel reveals the 10 most common leadership mistakes. Using case studies, pertinent biblical principles and a collection of leadership lore, he offers an invaluable tool for anyone in a supervisory or leadership role.

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    Trial or Trail? The Path to Redemptive Discipline Kindergarten-Grade 12
    We encounter a variety of challenges along many of life's paths. Whether or not we reach our destination may be determined by the way in which we view these trials. One of the most difficult of all the paths of experience seems to be that of discipline. This...