Jon Paulien

Jon Paulien, Ph.D., is chair of the New Testament Department, Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan, United States.

The finale of the biblical symphony: A vision of worship

Can you find the real purpose of worship in Revelation? The answer might surprise you.

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Ellen Harmon White: American Prophet

This new book makes two huge contributions to the study of the life and writings of Ellen White.

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Supporting Multiple Methods of Outreach in the Local Congregation

Traditional evangelism and outreach—how can a church membership embrace both?

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Politics in the Church

Should there be politics in the church? Is not the idea of politics in the church contradictory? The following article explores this important question and presents principles to help us deal with the politics we face, yes, even in the church. . .

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Letting biblical authority impact the local church

Five principles that enrich Bible study in the preaching context

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Why biblical authority rarely impacts the local church

The need for a more exegetical approach to the Bible in sermon preparation

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Indicators of the end time: Are the "signs" really signs?

The role of signs as Christians await the Second Coming

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Meeting the secular mind in uncertain times

Some basic needs and attitudes needed when communicating with postmodern people

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God's mighty acts in a changing world (Part 2 of 2)

Nine theologically based changes to traditional Adventist outreach in the face of the challenges of postmodernism.

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God's mighty acts in a changing world (part 1 of 2)

Do you question whether the hand of God can be seen in postmodernism? Then consider the author's eight reasons to believe that postmodernism is an act of God in the positive sense.

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