Atonement in Revelation

The substitutionary atonement of Jesus is the most glorious good news—the wondrous exchange.

Larry L. Lichtenwalter


How Can Miracles Be Possible?

The possibility of miracles represents a group of phenomena whose reality is often in doubt.

Kwabena Donkor


Huss and the Origins of Protestantism

Huss’s work may be regarded as a transitional stage from the earlier medieval period to the Reformation.

Trevor O'Reggio


Theistic Evolution and Biblical Creation: No Middle Ground

Theistic evolution depicts a world in which decay, predation, destruction, and death have always been present.

Greg A. King


Ellen White, Health, and the Third Angel’s Message - 2

Christians might seriously consider Ellen White’s urging to understand and follow the principles of health.

Warren A. Shipton


Miracles and Natural Law

Although naturally impossible, miracles do not need to be understood as opposing natural laws.

Glauber S. Araújo


Luther’s Idea of Church

In His wisdom, Luther believed, God had decreed the church to be the means of grace, without which no one could be saved.

Darius W. Jankiewicz