Articles by Gerhard Pfandl
"In the beginning God...": A historical review of the creation debate among Seventh-day Adventists (June 2005)
A big-picture historical review of the creation-evolution dialogue among Seventh-day Adventists in recent years
Learn more about the pre-Advent judgment in Scripture.
A few words on how the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s formative years were influenced by one of its founders, Ellen G. White.
A review of the new Genesis Commentary by R.R. Reno
The author advises that “when using and interpreting the writings of Ellen G. White, we must apply the same principles of interpretation to them as we do to Scripture.”
Is there archaeological evidence supporting the accuracy of biblical texts?
The latest in a series of books and articles dealing with Daniel 11.
La contribution d’Ellen White à l'Église adventiste du septième jour a ete très precieuse dans de nombreux domaines et dans toute l'histoire de l'Église, mais particulièrement pendant les premières annees.
Inspiring thoughts from our continuing revival and reformation series.
In view of the current emphasis on revival and reformation, it is useful for us to ask what role these elements have with respect to our Adventist understanding of last-day events as revealed in the Bible and the writings of Ellen White. . .
In The Bible Tells Me So, Enns wants to expose Christian’s fear-based contradictory beliefs and show a new way forward.
The final part of a fresh look at the Adventist doctrine of the investigative judgment.
Underpinnings of the unique Seventh-day Adventist belief in the "investigative judgment"
The date is a day in the near future. The place, a Boeing 747 over the Atlantic on its way to London Heathrow. Most passengers are sleeping or dozing. Suddenly almost half the passengers disappear into thin air.
What are those texts that define Adventists and how do we see in them their identity as “the remnant church”?
Delve into the meaning of the testimony of Jesus and its implications for our lives today.
Explore the rich history of how God led in the translations of the Bible.