Articles by George E. Rice
The subject of the Incarnation will be studied by the redeemed through eternity.
The archeological evidence overwhelmingly testifies to immersion as the usual mode of baptism during the first ten to fourteen centuries.
This We Believe——8
Do similarities between this document and early church teachings mean the church borrowed from Qumran?
Does Acts 20:7 contain the seeds for changing the day of worship from Sabbath to Sunday?
Do church leaders today need to repent for the sins of their predecessors? Does the church as a whole need to repent for what happened in 1888?
Was all Scripture inspired by means of dreams and visions? Can the writers of the biblical books be considered authors and theologians in their own right? Did some of their material come from their own research?
Why did Matthew, Mark, and Luke present the beginning of Jesus' Galilean ministry in different ways? Do variations in their accounts of Jesus' life provide grounds for doubting their inspiration?
Interview covering aspects of the North American Division Spiritual Emphasis Committee initiative
A plan to bring about what the church most needs
What did Ellen White mean when she declared that the General Conference was no longer the voice of God on earth?
Which covenant did Jesus, as a Man, live under? The universal covenant? Or the new covenant?
A new look at a challenging passage.
Hebrews 6:19, 20 says that Jesus entered within the veil as a forerunner on our behalf. But which veil?