Zane Yi on Philosophy and Adventism — Adventist Voices

A founder of the Society of Adventist Philosophers, Zane Yi talks about his early Adventist life and what book of the Bible sparked his interest in the contemplative life. Dr. Yi teaches at Loma Linda University and holds master’s degrees in philosophy from Loyola Marymount University (2004) and a master’s degree in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary (2005) as well as a doctorate degree in philosophy at Fordham University.

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Zane is a great theologian. He is progressive toward allowing God’s love to
be shared with everyone, and that everyone is welcome in Community.
Zane at one time was Pastor of the Canton, GA SDA church. While there
they developed some important community programs. One was a tutoring
program affiliated with Path To Shine and had a number of Spanish
elementary age students who were also learning English at the same time.
Here in Macon I have been assisting as a tutor with our Path to Shine
program for the past 7 years. August begins my 8th.


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