Yep! That was us. Good to read that letter …

Comment on Former LSU student letter reveals professor’s agenda by Jason Shives.

Yep! That was us. Good to read that letter again. We never knew if anyone received it because we never received an official/unofficial reply from anyone at the administrative level. At the time, we just felt that administration thought of us as some punk kids trying to start controversy, rocking the boat when things were going just fine. How funny! Just like King Ahab telling Elijah that he was the troubler of Israel for calling out the sins of the country when all along the problem was Ahab’s own sins.

Well, Janelle and I thank “Educate Truth” for all they are doing in leading this effort to shine light in a dark place. We pray for revival and reformation in the hearts of the young people on that campus that they would awake to the reality of what is happening and start speaking up, not one by one, but in mass against this sin against God and His church.

God Bless Educate Truth!

Jason & Janelle Shives

Recent Comments by Jason Shives

LSU student: ‘Apostates or Apostles’?
I would like to thank the Michigan Conference of SDA’s for being willing to take ridicule on this issue. La Sierra is obviously in a tough place right now as they continue to speak out of both sides of their mouth when it is convenient for them to do so. I like it when people call a spade a spade, and La Sierra is definitely apostatizing from the SDA church’s and Bible’s account on origins (amongst other things). Can we get a more balanced perspective presented to the students now that they have heard the one-sided LSU talking points in this article?

Jason Shives, M.D.

Ravi Zacharias: Should Church Members be Held to a Higher Standard?

I have heard you make this argument about this not being a moral issue before as well in previous venues you have spoken, and that is the only time I disagree with you. If these were not moral issues, why make a big deal about it? Our church needs to determine what mountains to die on, and they better be moral ones!

Knowledge of how God created and promoting those views in itself asserts a view of who God is and His character, which the law is a transcript of. The creation week is in the heart of the 4th commandment and runs even deeper and more comprehensively through all aspects of doctrine than the more concise “thou shalt nots”. I would seriously request you take the time to really search and pray and study this suggestion of morality out some more.

God bless you in what your doing, even if you don’t think you are morally compelled to defend it,

Jason Shives

Ted Wilson: “We will not flinch. We will not be deterred.”
@Ken, the church voted for Ted Wilson b/c we wanted a leader who leads according to scripture, not according to “openess” (as defined by “progressives”, or may I say “detractors”). I am sorry you are an agnostic, a position that I believe most everyone in our church believes there is no room for, as far as leadership. Why would anyone want to be just a “cultural” Advnentist? There are too many rules and regulations to follow if there may not be a God requiring them.

Better to love Him who we KNOW is real and keep His commandments. Amen for a leader with some “Moses” back bone.