Sean’s article is mark on. …

Comment on Revisiting God, Sky & Land by Fritz Guy and Brian Bull by Brian Holland.

Sean’s article is mark on.

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Michigan Conference vs. LSU – Right Wing Politics or Truth in Advertising?
@Ervin Taylor:

It would be interesting to determine how much of the quoted paragraph in Prophets and Kings EGW “adapted” or “borrowed” from a previous author. I believe everyone is now aware of how much EGW used other writer’s ideas and word phrases in her publications.

It really doesn’t matter even if the entire section was a direct “borrowing.” (Originality is a man-made test, you won’t find it in the Bible). The question is rather, is it truth?

So Erv, do you go by the old adage used in debates everywhere; “If you don’t like the message, attack the messenger”?

Scientists ‘potentially skeptical’ of evolution need not apply
@Professor Kent:

The SDA Church and Ellen White strongly objected to legislation enforcing the first four Commandments, but was strongly in favor of civil legislation that enforced the last six. Not everyone in the church subscribes to this standard (what does everyone in the church subscribe to?) but this standard is the basis for the church advoated Temperance laws in the 1800’s.


Michigan Conference vs. LSU – Right Wing Politics or Truth in Advertising?
Faith, you totally misunderstood me. Read what I said carefully. I stated that “Unbelieving members” (which I am not a part of), see the church as a democracy. Please reread.

Michigan Conference vs. LSU – Right Wing Politics or Truth in Advertising?

While the scenario you portrayed is entirely plausible, and one could even argue probable, it is also however, reading into the motives (unfavorably at that) of others. While it is entirely proper to judge wrong actions, I would like to remind that it is also not good to judge the motives of others, no matter how plain they may seem to us.

LSU student petition criticizes curriculum
“If a worldly influence is to bear sway in our school, then sell it out to worldlings, and let them take the entire control; and those who have invested their means in that institution will establish another school, to be conducted, not upon the plan of popular schools nor according to the desires of principal and teachers, but upon the plan which God has specified.” — Counsels to Parents, Teachers and Students p. 88.3