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    A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists Grade 9-Lifelong
    From the denomination's founding to the present, the reader is taken step-by-step through the development of the Seventh-day Adventist church. At the focal point is the missiological burden that literally propelled Adventism into every corner of the earth....

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    A Time to Remember, A Call to Press On Tertiary-Lifelong
    "As the General Conference marks its 150th anniversary, the president of the world church issues a call to remember and a need to press on to the ultimate goal of redemptive history."

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    Adventism in America - A History Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Written by Adventist scholars who felt a need to better establish and understand their denominational identity and the foundation of their theological beliefs, this book offers a comprehensive, nonapologetic history of the denomination."

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    Adventist Advance in Latin America Tertiary
    Adventist Advance in Latin America talks about the influence of literature, the witness of laypersons, the work of self-supporting missionaries, strategies for growth and challenges for the future.

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    Adventist Historical Documents on the Web Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This initial collection of web documents or sites in English or Spanish focus on the history of Adventism and Millerism in the United States will be expanding. A service of the Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians (ASDAL).

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    American History Alive! Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the JAE special social studies, history, and geography issue suggests ideas for bringing American history to life. History classes should create memories, include both content and skills, help students discover unique perspectives on Adventism,...

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    Bible Doctrines, Part 2: The Mission of the Church, Eschatology, and the Sabbath Tertiary-Lifelong
    Initially designed for continuing education, this article is the second of two providing an overview of Seventh-day Adventist beliefs. (Part 1 available here).

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    Carlos Puyol Buil - Dialogue with a Spanish pastor, scholar, and administrator Grade 11-Lifelong
    Carlos Puyol Buil answers questions regarding his life, ministry, and career.

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    Christian Experience Tertiary-Lifelong
    "William Foy was a black Freewill Baptist Millerite preacher who experienced two visions about the Second Coming of Christ and published this record of them in 1845. The pamphlet is significant in Adventist history because of the visions' similarities...

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    Christians Versus Culture - Should We Love or Hate the World? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Rasi discusses the issue of Christianity versus culture. "We are in the world, a world that God loves, and a world in which we have a mission. And yet we are not of this world, and we should guard against falling in love with this world...How can we be...

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    Congenital Christianity Tertiary-Lifelong
    "If your religious experience is dry and barren, if you are working hard to keep up an outward Adventist appearance without the power of Adventism, if you are busy for the Lord while feeling empty inside, if you feel as if your path in Christianity and...

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    Ellen White and Adventist Theology Tertiary-Lifelong
    Douglass focuses on Ellen G. White as a theological conceptualizer and talks about the Great Controversy theme.

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    Fostering the Adventist Ethos in a University Campus - An African Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Mbyirukira analyzes "the strategies and practices that administrators and teachers can use to foster the Adventist ethos in a Christian University campus."

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    From the Convent to the Campus - The End of a Search and the Beginning of a New Life Grade 11-Lifelong
    Claudia Camasca tells her story of becoming a nun and later converting to the Adventist church.

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    Giving a Reason for Our Hope - Adventists and Apologetics Tertiary-Lifelong
    The author seeks to understand apologetics as a witnessing strategy, examine New Testament approaches, outline the biblical mandate and method for doing apologetics, review and evaluate Adventist involvement in apologetics; and look to the future.

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    Grounds for Belief Grade 9-Lifelong
    Dickerson makes Christianity accessible to contemporary audiences in this book, a conversation probing answers to questions in today's lonely, electronically connected world.

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    I Have Fought a Good Fight - William Ellis Foy as a Millerite Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Here is the story of a forgotten Millerite who had a significant influence on the founders of Adventism."

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    John Ap - Dialogue with an Adventist urban and tourism planner Grade 11-Lifelong
    John Ap answers questions regarding his career, faith, and keeping the Sabbath - How does being in the tourism business affect your vacation time? How do you handle the Sabbath problem in a school where teachers are required to work five and a half days a...

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    Memoirs of William Miller Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Originally published in 1853, Memoirs of William Miller still remains the most comprehensive biographical study of the founder of Adventism and the instigator of one of the most dramatic episodes in American religious history. Thus, the Adventist Classic...

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    Mission Stories and the Adventist Future Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Adventist teachers find meaning and motivation in the collective story of Adventism. Adventists' relevance can be recaptured by affirming the narrative nature of the church's texts and traditions, especially for Adventist youth. A story that could inspire...

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    My Journey to Faith Grade 11-Lifelong
    Marco Antonia Huaco Palomino tells his personal story of his exploration into philosophy and science and finding the correlation between faith and scientific research.

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    My Journey to Truth Grade 11-Lifelong
    Edmond Cao tells the story of how he went from being a Buddhist to becoming an Adventist and the impact of two men and two Bibles.

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    Myths in Adventism - An Interpretive Study of Ellen White, Education, and Related Issues Preschool-Lifelong
    "Was Ellen White as inflexible as some of her followers? Are the sacred and the secular two realms or one?...George R. Knight examines these and many other provocative questions in this insightful book."

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    No Apologies Needed Kindergarten-Grade 12
    James R. Nix shares the positive influence that Adventism has had throughout his life. He shares 10 reasons why he is glad to be a Seventh-day Adventist and grew up in the church that he did. These include: respect for the Bible, the soon return of Christ,...

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    Sabbath Exams - Problem or Opportunity? Tertiary
    Diez tells the personal story of how her Sabbath convictions became an opportunity for witnessing.

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    Seeker After Light: A. F. Ballenger, Adventism and American Christianity Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In 1905, Albion Fox Ballenger, a popular Seventh-day Adventist preacher, was released from employment for advocating views in conflict with Adventist teaching about Christ's ministry in the heavenly sanctuary. Three quarters of a century later, another...

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    Sientje Mewengkang - Dialogue with an Adventist Congresswoman in Indonesia Grade 11-Lifelong
    Sientje Mewengkang answers questions regarding her career and her faith - How would you describe your first interaction with Adventists? Have you ever been challenged for keeping your faith in the Lord? How can you witness to the central government in Jakarta,...

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    Sir James Carlisle - Dialogue with the Governor General of Antigua and Barbuda Grade 11-Lifelong
    Sir James Carlisle answers questions regarding his career and his faith - How were you attracted to Adventism? Do you find opportunities to witness for your faith in connection with your work? Is your family involved in Christian activities?

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    Sociology - A Seventh-day Adventist Approach for Students and Teachers Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In this philosophical overview, Matthews examines key issues such as why Christians should study sociology, how sociology can facilitate faith integration, and how the church should relate to the challenge of post-modernism. His work is the third volume...

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    Tell the World - Adventist History Film Grade 3-Lifelong
    Bring Adventist history to life with this professionally produced film. The six episodes, freely available online, begin with William Miller's discovery, continue through the Great Disappointment, and cover the guidance of Ellen White and others to the early church.

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    The Alienation of Adventist Youth From Religion Grade 9-Lifelong
    The author proposes that much of the alienation and disillusionment towards religion that affects today's youth is second generational. Factors contributing to the youth's apathy toward religion are breakdown of authority, the Adventist identity, and refusal...

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    The Bible and Literature Tertiary-Lifelong
    Haluska notes that "we need to build our teaching on a clear understanding of Bible principles toward worldly literature, especially since Seventh-day Adventists have been blessed with a prophet who has made such a number of statements about the subject."...

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    The Christian Church and Society - Some Functions, Dysfunctions, Conflict, and Interactions Tertiary-Lifelong
    The purpose of this paper is to provide, from a sociological perspective, a broad overview of the historical and current interaction between the Christian Church and Society; with an inclusion of the specific contributions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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    The Education of a Pathologist Grade 11-Lifelong
    Mashburn tells the story of his education, college romance, and unique journey into Adventism.

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    The Revolution We All Need Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The Seventh-day Adventist Church today is again speaking of revival. I am convinced that it must come soon. The world is in a revolutionary phase. Why not us?" As the article states, "the true religious liberty...

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    VG1 Faith Maturity and Denominational Loyalty in Adventist High Schools in Mid-American Union Tertiary-Lifelong
    A causal-comparative study, the task of this quantitative dissertation was the replication of the Valuegenesis study in the Mid America Union with attention to an accurate sampling of the public school sector. This data was compared with the original data...

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    Who Was Mary? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Sequeira talks about Mary and the Bible with Catholic and Adventist views.

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    William Miller - The Man Behind the Story of 1844 Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Miller's ideas on Bible prophecy and the imminent return of Jesus can be better understood in the context of a broad religious movement that emerged concurrently in Europe and the Americas during the first part of the 19th century. After the demise of...

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    William Miller and the Rise of Adventism Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article in the 1844 Anniversary JAE focuses on the life of William Miller. The author shares Miller's conversion story. In spite of his early mockery of preachers, Miller, later on in life, felt the call to study the Bible carefully. With only his concordance,...

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    Women and the Church: The Feminine Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Multicultural educators, pastors, and professionals tell how Adventist women are thinking about their church, their beliefs, and the evolving roles of women in society. Without self-pity or anger, these women disclose spiritual strength, wisdom, and...

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    Women in Ministry Tertiary-Lifelong
    "An ad hoc committee on hermeneutics and ordination from the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary provides thoughtful answers to good questions: Why ordain elders and pastors? What does the Bible teach about priesthood and ministry? Does Paul really...

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    Worldviews, Contemporary Culture, and Adventist Thought Tertiary-Lifelong
    Rasi addresses the concept of worldview. He then contrasts "the Christian worldview with two major perspectives that compete for attention in contemporary culture." Finally he suggests "some implications for thoughtful Adventists and other Bible-believing...