Monthly Archives: November 2012

Post 84, Eight Years in the Ellen G. White/Seventh-day Adventist Research Centre That Serves the South Pacific Division: Some Random Recollections

I felt enormously privileged in 1976 when I was appointed as the founding curator (the title was soon changed to that of director) of the Ellen G. White/Seventh-day Adventist Research Centre opened at Avondale College to serve the (then) Australasian … Continue reading

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Post 83, The Relevance of Ellen White’s Writings for Contemporary[1] Adventist Life, Thought, Identity and Mission

“When memories exceed dreams, the end is near” (Thomas L. Friedman). Abstract Ellen White Studies is a subset of the emerging discipline of Adventist Studies; it seeks to understand the life and writings of Ellen Gould White (1827-1915) in terms … Continue reading

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Post 82, The Whole of Scripture and Adventism: An Enormous Challenge

For the past year, Signs of the Times monthly magazines in Australia and the United States have been running articlcs on the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20) and the Beatitudes, the “blessings” with which Jesus opened the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew … Continue reading

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