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I take you to be making at least two related points and a less related one. The formal point would seem to be that all thoroughgoing accounts--religious and otherwise-- of the moral life necessarily say something important in each of these areas. The substantive one is that on these issues many of the world's religions say basically the same thing. I agree with the formal point. On these matters, I see no substantive difference among the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam at their best. There might be more of a difference with other religions. You are more than right when it comes to how we mistreat non-human living beings. I'm tempted to think that all of the Axial religions are guilty of this as charged. Thanks for writing!
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Posted Apr 7, 2018 at West Coast Religion Teachers
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Posted Apr 6, 2018 at West Coast Religion Teachers
Adam Hoschild on "Our Awful Prisons: How They Can Be Changed." (New York Review of Books: May, 26 2016). Please click here. Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2016 at Some Religion Readings
Angelica Kaiser on "Arminianism and Adventism: Does Open Theism 'Limit God?'" Memory, Meaning and Faith (October 19, 2016). Please click here. Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2016 at Some Religion Readings
Peter Singer on "Open the Cages!" New York Review of Books (May 12, 2016). Please click here. Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2016 at Some Religion Readings
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Posted Jun 10, 2012 at Adventist Studies
This new site is still very much under under construction. It will feature scholarly papers, reviews, coments and notices regarding the history and life of Seventh-day Adventism that are too long and academic to be posted elsewhere.. It will be edited by Arthur Patrick, a long-time historian, theologian and administrator... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2011 at Adventist Studies
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Avondale College, Cooranbong, New South Wales Australia (1910 - 1910). Copyright: Lake Macquarie City Library. Nineteenth-century founding inspired by Ellen G. White. Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2011 at Adventist Studies
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Posted Aug 28, 2011 at patspat
The Paul Johnson book traces the significance of "bloodshed, bigotry and unreason" that can also lead to growth in vitality and underatnding. This is a superb characterisation that is of help to Seventh-day Adventism. We need to apply it. Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2011 at patspat
The article is about recent tensions in Seventh-day Adventism. Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2011 at patspat
Download AdventistStudies James White was one of the three co-founders of Adventism. Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2011 at patspat
Ellen was a co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist church. Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2011 at patspat
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Second time around and now the new format with its additional features is working for me too. Question: Is it now possible to import things from Microsoft Word without having to go through "Draft?"
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The earlier design was easier for me to use. Perhaps this is just because it is more familiar; however, I think there is more to my reaction than that. Thank you!
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