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Isaiah's Messiah: Adventist Identity for the Last Days.

All ChannelsAdventism at the Crossroads - Adventist Identity and Eschatology

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Jacques Doukhan

“The Tension of the Seventh-day Adventist Identity: An Existential & Eschatological Perspective” Respondent: Felix Cortiz

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Lael Caesar

“Deceiving Spirits in Job and Revelation: Prolepsis and Reiteration” Respondent: Eric Mendieta

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Martin Klingbeil

“Exclusivism versus Inclusivism: Citizenship in the Pentateuch and its Metaphorical Usage in Ephesians” Respondent: Michael F. Younker

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Ed Zinke

“Adventism and Biblical Worldview”

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Jerome Skinner

Judgement for the Saints: The Justice of God in Psalms 3 - 14.

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Stephane Beaulieu

Isaiah's Messiah: Adventist Identity for the Last Days.

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Ante Jeroncic

“Unkitsching Reality: Towards an Adventist Philosophy of History” Respondent: Dennis Pettibone

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Michael Younker

“Corporate Identity: A view from Inside and Outside”

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Felix Cortez

“Do Believers Receive Preferential Treatment?: The Patient, the Obedient, the Faithful, and the Reward”

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Jiri Moskala

“Ezekiel 40–48 and the Identity of Adventism”

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Stephen Bauer

Worship Service – “The Meaning of Adventist Eschatology”

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Richard Sabuin

“Is the Seventh-day Adventist Church the Last Remnant?” Respondent: Tom Shepherd

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Reimar Vetne

“Jesus’ Understanding of Daniel as a Unifying Vision for Adventists” Respondent: Edwin Reynolds

ATS 2014 Spring Symposium - Tom Shepherd

“More than Three: The Angels of Revelation 14 and Adventist Identity” Respondent: Reimar Vetne