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Adventist jargon alienating, church executives say

On the Tavis Smiley Show, chef, historian, and activist Bryant Terry mentions Seventh-day Adventists as an influence for his new book, Vegan Soul Kitchen: Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine.

A $6 million lawsuit has been filed against the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Oregon claiming it allowed a teenager with a history of sexual misconduct to abuse a young boy and girl in the early 1990s.

Good news for the Church in India in a question of landownership.

PBS' Religion and Ethics Newsweekly profiles Wintley Phipps and his Dream Academy.

Adventist lawyer David Read publishes book entitled Dinosaurs: An Adventist View.

Loma Linda City Council considers a commission for a bronze statue of Hulda "Grandma Whitney" Crooks.

Darold and Barbara Bigger, of Walla Walla University, discuss forgiveness in the context of the 1996 murder of their daughter.

Valuing the Adventist legacy in Battle Creek.

Reno, Nevada churches, including the Adventist one, discuss the impact of the recession on their budgets.

Special Adventist News Network coverage of Annual Council:

Efficiency of Adventist publishing operations in U.S. reviewed

'Roadmap to Mission' document defines end goal of church's outreach

Tiziano Rimoldi appointed new UN liaison for Adventist Church

Adventist Church finance report highlights giving patterns, economy's impact


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/1573