Honestly confronting topics that many Adventists would rather not talk about, Adventist Today provides an alternative publishing outlet for SDA news, information, opinion, and controversial content. Since 1993, Adventist Today has been appreciated by members who yearn for candid discussion of challenging issues. Logos’ Adventist Today collection gathers the entire 21 year span of its publication into one package—114 issues in total. This publication takes on the hot topics usually avoided in official denominational publications and it provides a place of open dialogue. You can find features frankly discussing race-based conferences, homosexuality and the church, ordination of women, the tragedy of child abuse, and much more. These texts compile interviews, features, and commentary without regard to denominational political correctness. The content, though often controversial, is always substantive and typically solutions-oriented, representing a variety of perspectives.
Gathering content across two decades, this collection provides not only a trove of collected insights, but also an opportunity for longitudinal tracking of SDA issues during any given year. Watch the progression of SDA issues, and quickly identify the trajectory of any particular topic with Logos’ advanced search features. Additionally, Scripture citations link directly to English translations, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. You can connect articles from Adventist Today with SDA Bible commentary and scholarship, while tablet and mobile apps let you take the discussion with you. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.
Raymond F. Cottrell served as a pastor, foreign missionary, teacher in addition to being editor emeritus of Adventist Today as well as one of its co-founders.
John McLarty served Adventist Today for 10 years. He now serves as pastor at North Hill Adventist Fellowship in Edgewood, WA and consulting pastor at WindWorks Fellowship in Olympia, and Gig Harbor Adventist Fellowship. McLarty blogs regularly on Liberal Adventist and Mr. Adventist.
Andy Nash teaches in the School of Journalism and Communication at Southern Adventist University. He has written numerous articles in newspapers and magazines. He has also written or co-written four books. He was also the publisher of Front Porch Magazine, assistant editor of Adventist Review, and consultant for Reader’s Digest Association, in addition to serving as editor of Adventist Today.
J. David Newman is the current editor of Adventist Today. He is also a former editor of Ministry Magazine. He has also served as a pastor, conference departmental leader, conference administrator, and professor.