Monthly Archives: February 2012

Post 43: “Educational Events” at Avondale College of Higher Education

This year (2012) will again provide stimulus for “thinking believers” who seek a fuller understanding of Adventist Studies. Here is a preliminary list of Educational Events, sponsored by the Avondale College Church, that are planned for the immediate future. The … Continue reading

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Post 42: From Radiocarbon Dating to the Volcanic Soils of New Zealand

I asked a geomorphologist, who lives in another country, if the recent blog about radiocarbon dating made sense to him. Here is his response: It certainly makes sense to me. Radiocarbon dating has some limitations but overall is pretty reliable. … Continue reading

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Post 41: Genesis, the Jewish Bible and Adventist Studies

The Adventist Review that arrived in our postbox this week, dated on Australia Day (January 26), carries the heart-warming story of how a Jewish girl is reaching her people with the aid of “authentic Hebrew music.” Rachel Hyman, after a … Continue reading

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Post 40: Radiocarbon Dating, Adventists and the Antiquity of the Earth

I am a novice when it comes to scientific matters, but I have a bevy of wonderful friends around the world who have earned doctoral degrees in chemistry, physics and a raft of other sciences. Over many years of conversation … Continue reading

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Post 39, Defending and Seeking the Truth?

Occasionally an article or a book is so memorable that, years after its publication, we readily recall its main thrust. Forever after we feel a warm glow of appreciation when the author’s name is mentioned. Chris Blake penned the piece … Continue reading

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