Articles by Clifford Goldstein
The focus of investigative judgment is on what Christ's blood has accomplished.
A Christocentric view of the twenty-third article of Seventh-day Adventist faith
Building on what we share with Jews, you and your members can make your witness to them more effective.
Perspectives on the interplay of faith and reason.
Does the Adventist doctrine of the pre-Advent judgment nullify the gospel?
Israel's Prophetic Puzzle, Israel's Angel Extraordinary, Israel's Preexistent Messiah (January 1989)
Resources for persuading Jews to consider the claims of Christianity.
On assigning reason a role that nature denies
How do you reconcile a public school system, a separationist view of church and state, and creationism?
The impact of the Cross on human pain and anguish.
Critical distinctions in the U.S. religious liberty debate
Can we really expect a Sunday law to be the final test of loyalty to God in a non-Christian nation?
Thoughts from our special revival and reformation series.
The author used to believe that we've got definite answers to our questions about evil. What does he believe now?
Compiled by James P. Westberry, Broadman Press, Nashville, Tennessee, 287 pages, $8.95, paper.
What would you, a minister, have said to someone who expressed the dreadful conclusion that “life was meaningless,” so why should they hassle with all the pain and angst of living it?
Staying on the right side of a fine, wavy, even broken, line
We all share a Judeo-Christian heritage, right? Shouldn't we all, then, be interested in seeing our government upholding religious values in our country?