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Overview

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.

Looking for more SDA magazines? Check out Life and Health, Liberty Magazine, or Ministry Magazine.

Key Features

  • Tracks SDA issues across 21 years of publication
  • Includes a variety of opinions on challenging issues and hot topics
  • Provides analysis, news, and editorials

Individual Titles

Volume 1, No. 1: May–June 1993

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Ex-Adventists at Mt. Carmel
    • History and Fatal Theology of the Branch Davidians by Raymond Cottrell
    • Interview with Pastor Charlie Liu
    • David Koresh: Narcissistic Personality or Dysfunctional Religious Leader by Noel Gardner and Antonius Brandon
    • Pro-life and Pro-choice: Can the Church Have it Both Ways?
    • 1992 Annual Council Guidelines
    • A Higher Calling by Ginger Hanks-Harwood
    • Myths and Maybes by John and Millie Youngberg

Volume 1, No. 2: July–August 1993

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Media Campaign Heats Up Orlando by James Coffin
    • David Mould on David Koresh and End-Time Events
    • “I Will Not Be Quiet:” Profile of David Mould by James Coffin
    • Leadership Listens to Options: Interview with Robert Dale
    • Anti-Catholicism: A Substitute Gospel by Frank Knittel
    • Arizona Conference Statement
    • Adventist Health System/West Statement

Volume 1, No. 3: September–October 1993

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Art of Conflict by Barry Casey
    • Is the Church Afraid of Candor? by David Newman
    • Conflict Seeking Resolution by Douglas Hackleman
    • Congregation Dares to Love Radically by Scott Stevens
    • A Credible Adjudicatory System (Editorial) by Raymond Cottrell
    • The Great Controversy Is Dated But True by Alden Thompson
    • Text and Community in Dynamic Relationship by Fred Veltman
    • Prophecy: A Blessing and a Danger: Steven Vitrano

Volume 1, No. 4: November–December 1993

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Young Adults Probe for Meaning in an Uncertain World by Deborah Vance
    • Two Teens Examine Their Church by Kelly Orr and Erin Reid
    • The Unbearable Weight of Being an Adventist by Joel Sandefur
    • Boomers Call for a Socially Conscious Church by Gary Russell
    • Surrendering a Military Model of Leadership by Gary Patterson
    • Seniors Confident Because of the Past by David Bieber
    • Valuegenesis: Is Anyone Listening? by Steve Case
    • We Can No Longer Play Church (Guest Editorial) by Delwin Finch
    • Change Ahead for Adventist Health Care—Interview with Adrian Zytkoskee

Volume 2, No. 1: January–February 1994

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Mother of Us All: Mainstream Adventism by Kenneth Wood
    • Evangelical Adventism: Clinging to the Old Rugged Cross by Michelle Rader, David VanDenburgh, Larry Christoffel
    • Progressive Adventism: Dragging the Church Forward by Madelynn Jones-Haldeman
    • Historic Adventism: Remembering to Trust and Obey by Ralph Larsen
    • The Faces of Adventism Across America by James Walters

Volume 2, No. 2: March–April 1994

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Southeastern California Postpones Ordination of Women by the Editors
    • A Historical Outline: Adventists and the Ordination of Women compiled by Kit Watts, edited and updated by Cherie Rouse
    • Women-Church: Affirming the Religious Experience of Women by Susan Thompson-Jacobsen
    • Gender and Race in the Church by Robert Kennedy
    • Minstry Fits for a Single Mom, Too by Sali Jo Hand
    • Ecofeminism: An Inclusive Theology for the Nineties by Sheryll Prinz-McMillan
    • Justice Postponed is Justice Denied (Editorial) by Raymond Cottrell
    • Adventist Hospitals Must Change or Fail by James W. Boyle
    • The 9th International AIDS Conference by Bruce Moyer
    • Crisis at Hinsdale Hospital by Raymond Cottrell

Volume 2, No. 3: May–June 1994

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Folkenberg: A Kinder, Gentler Conservative by Joel Sandefur
    • Education and the Mission of Adventism by Robert Folkenberg
    • God Cheering in the Bleachers by Melia Boyson
    • Weeks of Prayer or Opportunity? by Beth Schaefer
    • Southern Conservatives Come to Blows by James W. Walters
    • Reviews of Schindler’s List by David Larson and Jeannie Garcia
    • Guest Editorial: If You’ve Ever Thought of Leaving by Andy Nash

Volume 2, No. 4: July–August 1994

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The State of Adventists Higher Education by the Editors
    • How Christian Universities Relate to their Denominations
    • Where the Catholic Church Does Its Thinking by Herold Weiss
    • Is Baylor University Really Christian? by Brian Harper
    • Andrews University: Educating for Christian Service by Gary Land
    • The Future of Adventist Higher Education: A Look at the Options by Fritz Guy
    • Can Adventist Education See the Big Picture? by Jack Cassell
    • The Church Can Afford Only One University by Ervin Taylor
    • The Loma Linda Creationism Panel

Volume 2, No. 5: September–October 1994

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Creation According to Genesis by Ariel A. Roth
    • Science Through the Eyes of Biblical Writers by Robert H. Brown
    • The Church and Earth Science by Richard Hammill
    • Geological and Geochemical Clocks by P. Edgar Hare
    • Bits of the Creationist Mirror by David Ekkens

Volume 2, No. 6: November–December 1994

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Sanctuary in the Year 2000 by Glen Greenwalt
    • Sweet in Our Mouths and Bitter in Our Bellies by Maryan Stirling
    • Sanctuary of Hope: A Response to Glen Greenwalt by Roy Gane
    • The 1919 Bible Conference: An Excerpt from the Debate About Ellen White
    • Ellen White: 75 More Years of Role Confusion by Bert. B. Haloviak
    • A Maturing Church at 150 Years by James Walters

Volume 3, No. 1: January–February 1995

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • From Russia with Gratitude and Some Suggestions by Albina Tomenko
    • Ukrainian, Russian, and American Physicians: One Big Family by Harvey A. Elder
    • American Evangelist Responds by John Carter
    • In the Footsteps of Paul by Aivars Ozolins
    • To Russia, With Loving Concern by Paul J. Landa

Volume 3, No. 2: March–April 1995

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Why I Left the Seventh-day Adventist Church by Clela Fuller
    • A Letter to the Church Board by Walter Fahlsing
    • A Coming Back to Family by Rosalie Anderson Lynn
    • Treasure (and a Few Other Things) Hid in a Field by Maryan Stirling
    • Why I am Still in Love by Richard L. Bates
    • The Real Reason People Quit the Church by John R. Martin

Volume 3, No. 3: May–June 1995

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • A Sad and Costly Omission by Cheri Lynn Gregory
    • Clasping Hands by Amy Eva
    • What My Parents Have Taught Me by Roy Tinker
    • What I Want My Sons to Know About God by Colleen Moore Tinker
    • Striving, Grasping, Worrying, Overprotecting, and Driving Young People to Destruction by Carol Cannon

Volume 3, No. 4: July–August 1995

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Global Authority is Answer for Growing Diversity by Jim Walters
    • Nominating Committee: Important But Limited Role by the Editors
    • New Composition of General Conference Executive Committee by the Editors
    • What Captures Your Adventist Imagination? The Delegates Speak! by Steve Daily
    • Keep the Hugs by Susan Sickler

Volume 3, No. 5: September–October 1995

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Tithe Slump Endangers Retirement Fund by Albert Dittes
    • Barely Hanging On by Spencer Downing
    • To Spencer Downing: Let Go! by Dan Matthews
    • When the Pew Gets Uncomfortable by Richard Winn
    • Chance or Dance? A Symposium on Science and Religion by Edwin Karlow

Volume 3, No. 6: November–December 1995

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventist in Exile by Jerry Gladson
    • Difficult Times and Enormous Loss: The Case of Jerry Gladson by Gary Patterson
    • Observations of a President, Pastor, Professor, Entrepreneur by Frank Knittel
    • A Historian Responds to the Soldiers from Southern by Ben McArthur

Volume 4, No. 1: January–February 1996

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Women, Culture, and Christ: Hearing Scripture Yesterday and Today by Ivan Blazen
    • God Means What He Says and Says What He Means by Leon Mashchak
    • What Adventists Can Learn From John Wesley by David R. Larsen
    • Toward “Diversity in Cooperation” A Response to Blazen, Larsen, and Maschak by Wilma Zalabak

Volume 4, No. 2: March–April 1996

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Secrets by Morgan Anderson
    • Resurrection From the Ashes of Spiritual Abuse by Edie H. Westphal
    • Through the Lens of Abuse by Mitchell Henson
    • The Church: Leave It and Love It? by Max Gordon Phillips
    • One Layman’s Odyssey by Bob Davidson

Volume 4, No. 3: May–June 1996

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The IRS and the Redefinition of Adventist Minstry by Bert Haloviak
    • Tithe of Solomon’s Tax by Steve Daily
    • Tithing as Sacred Ritual and Spiritual Discipline by John K. Testerman
    • Global Mission Accountability Investigated

Volume 4, No. 4: July–August 1996

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Luzeiro After 62 Years by Lawrence Downing
    • Is the Seventh-day Adventist Christian? by Desmond Ford
    • The Sabbath in Christian Life: A Reconsideration by Jerry A. Gladson
    • The Sabbath: A Shadow of Grace by Dale Ratzlaff
    • Sabbath in a New Key by James Walters

Volume 4, No. 5: September–October 1996

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Lazarus Generation: Listening to and Believing in Generation X by Steve Daily
    • The Sabbath as Play by Bob Bretsch
    • The Challenge of the Christian Right by Jan M. Long
    • Dissonance on Church/State Issues by Jan M. Long

Volume 4, No. 6: November–December 1996

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Can Copernicus Conquer the Christ of Creed? by Max Gordon Phillips
    • Where are the Real Conservatives? by Glen Greenwalt
    • Here, Neighbor, Have Some Hope and a Hanky by Woodrow W. Whidden
    • Is the SDA Denomination a Business? by Michael Scofield

Volume 5, No. 1: January–February 1997

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventist Institutions: What’s in the Future? Interview with Leland Kaiser
    • Will Someone Please Page the Three Angels? by Raymond Cottrell
    • Crying Just Enough by L. Jill Lamberton
    • Can God Touch Our Lives Through Myth? by Robert Engstrom
    • Divine Uses of Doubt by John McLarty

Volume 5, No. 2: March–April 1997

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Transformed by Love by Colleen Moore Tinker
    • When cK Isn’t Calvin Klein by Alissa Rouse
    • Quality Convinces as told to Cherie Rouse
    • Finding God Through Net ’96 by Jeff Tenter
    • Groping for God in All the Wrong Places by Steve Daily
    • Richard Hammill: The Interview by Jim Walters
    • Young Adults Make Adventism Their Own by Ruben Rene Dupertuis
    • Out on a Limb! by Doug Mace
    • Right On by Tami McGrew

Volume 5, No. 3: May–June 1997

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:: Looking Forward to the Past
    • When the Earth Was Flatter Than It Is Today by Max Phillips
    • Science and Our Understanding of God by Greg Billock
    • The Road Personally Traveled by Dick Winn
    • A Response to Winn’s Reflections by Duane Covrig

Volume 5, No. 4: July–August 1997

  • Editor: Raymond F. Cottrell
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Spirit-Seeking Needed in Adventism by Bernard Brandstater
    • Lifestyle: The Great Equalizer by John McLarty
    • Looking Back Again: 1888 by Robert Hunsaker
    • Adventists Going to the Movies by Hector Hammerly
    • The Pearl and the Price by Maryan Stirling
    • The Kingdom of God is Here by Douglas Cooper
    • Mysterious Unity in Christ’s Blood by Mitchell F. Henson

Volume 5, No. 5: September–October 1997

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Small Groups Have Helped Me Experience God by Paul Coneff
    • Small Groups: Dynamic or Not? by Clarence Schilt
    • Home Churches Blossom in Russia by John K. McGhee
    • Confessions (by the Members of a Small Group) Cherie Rouse and Patti Cotton Pettis
    • Why I Am a Seventh-day Adventist by Ronald L. Jolliffe
    • Understanding People: Stages of Christian Ministry by Raymond Cottrell

Volume 5, No. 6: November–December 1997

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • It’s Christmas and All You Can Do Is Cry by Max Gordon Phillips
    • Christmas Spirit by John McLarty
    • Fredericks Responds to Adventist Review by Richard Fredericks
    • An Open Letter to Conference Officials by Billie Burdick

Volume 6, No. 1: January–February 1998

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Theological Controversy Strains NPUC by James Walters
    • The Comission Reports on WWC Investigation
    • WWC Religion Faculty Exonerated by Amy Fisher
    • The Challenge We Face by Jere D. Patzer
    • Doctrine and Theology: What’s the Difference? by John McLarty

Volume 6, No. 2: March–April 1998

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • A Book That Is Shaking Adventism
    • Our Cherished Doctrine by Roy Gane
    • Will Her Writings Stand in Light of Truth? by Bruce Heinrich
    • The Adventist Foundation: Pillar or Silver by Ted Lewis
    • Cultic Doctrine: Powerful but Also Unfair by Max Phillips
    • Ellen G. White and Truth-Telling by James Walters
    • Re-Visioning the Role of Ellen White by Arthur Patrick

Volume 6, No. 3: May–June 1998

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The New Congregationalism: What Gives?
    • N. T. Church: Hierarchical or Congregational? by Tim Crosby
    • Yes, But . . . A Response by the Editor by John McLarty
    • What I’ve Learned by Eric Bahme
    • The Anatomy of a Defrocking by Steve Daily

Volume 6, No. 4: July–August 1998

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Charlottesville Story by Alton D. Johnson
    • Living with the Remnant by Debra Lloyd Foote
    • Church is For the Birds by Anita Strawn De Ojeda
    • Surviving in the Body of Christ by Lynn Johnson

Volume 6, No. 5: September–October 1998

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Science and Faith Convention at AU by James Stirling
    • The Ashfall Fossil Beds: 10 Million Years Old? by Dowell E. Martz and Robert D. McHenry
    • Why I Like the Investigative Judgment by John McLarty

Volume 6, No. 6: November–December 1998

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • My Place of Communion by Eileen Greenwalt
    • The Christmas Tree by Morgan Anderson
    • The Pope’s Prayer by Fred L. Elkins
    • Understanding Pain at A Conference Constituency Meeting by Michael Scofield

Volume 7, No. 1: January–February 1999

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • What Is Sabbath Keeping? by Larry Downing
    • My Sabbath Journey by Lyndon Taylor
    • Keeping Sabbath in a Modern World by Irvin N. Kuhn
    • A Park in Time: A Magnificent Emptiness by John McLarty

Volume 7, No. 2: March–April 1999

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • In Defense of Brother B by Steven Hadley
    • Institutional Memory and Dissent in Adventism by Michael Scofield
    • What If I’d Been a Friend by Thomas Ami
    • The Adventist Ethos and Forgiveness by Jim Walters

Volume 7, No. 3: May–June 1999

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Where is Robert Brinstead? by Larry Pahl
    • Whither, Robert D. Brinstead? by Raymond Cottrell
    • Adventism: Fat Lady or Beautiful Bride? by Eric Bahme
    • aToday Website: An Interview by Jim Walters and Greg Billock

Volume 7, No. 4: July–August 1999

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Mom, Dad, I’m Gay by Kate McLaughlin
    • Reluctant Homosexual, Forgiving Marriage by Norman Brown
    • Adventist, Pastor, Husband, Homosexual
    • The Bible on Homosexuality by Jim Miller
    • Paul on Homosexuality by Ron Springett
    • Can We Talk? by Ben Kemena

Volume 7, No. 5: September–October 1999

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Creation, Yes! . . . but How?
    • Professor Langdon Gilkey on Science and Religion by Dennis Hokama
    • The Letter and Spirit of the Adventist Pioneers by James Walters
    • Convictions Over Risks by Greg Billock
    • Trends in Adventist Creationism by Jim Hayward
    • A Historical Look Back: Adventism and Creation by Rennie B. Schoepflin
    • What Are Adventist to Make of Evolutionary Biology? by John W. Webster
    • How the Seventh-day Adventist Church Should Relate to Evolution by Ronald L. Carter
    • Review: Defending Traditional Adventist Creationism by Ervin Taylor

Volume 7, No. 6: November–December 1999

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 1999
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Why Study Prophecy? by Rick Toews
    • Undated Adventism by John McLarty
    • Prophetic Task of the SDA Church in Y2K by Larry Christoffel
    • Jerusalem and Prophetic Parallels by Robert A. Roach
    • Millenial Madness by Raymond Cottrell
    • The Significance of the Year 2000: Interview—Dennis Hokama

Volume 8, No. 1: January–February 2000

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventists and Education: Can the Marriage Be Saved?
    • Mandate for the Twenty-First Century: Christ-Centered Perspective by George P. Babcock
    • My Dream for Adventist Higher Education by Steve Daily
    • SDA Colleges and Universities: A Snapshot by Dennis Hokama

Volume 8, No. 2: March–April 2000

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Thank God for the Gentiles by James Coffin
    • This World Is Not My Home by Robert Gardner and John Sickler
    • Former Rwandan Seventh-day Adventist Minister to Be Extradited for War Crimes Trial by Dennis Hokama
    • Me and My Money: Saints, Liberals, and Conservatives by James Walters

Volume 8, No. 3: May–June 2000

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventist Hospitals: An Ailing System? Part I by Rene Alexenko Evans
    • Tolerable Intolerance by Alan Reinach
    • The Adventist Apostle of Ecumenism by Sandra Furukawa
    • Asking for Forgiveness: An Organizational Responsibility by Lawrence G. Downing
    • Why Bother With the Denomination? by John McLarty

Volume 8, No. 4: July–August 2000

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The General Conference from A to Z by John McLarty
    • Playing Devil’s Advocate by Dennis Hokama
    • The Toronto Experience by Dennis Hokama
    • The Parliamentary maneuver by Dennis Hokama
    • Adventist Hospitals: An Ailing System? Part II by Rene Alexenko Evans
    • It’s the Sociology Thing by Jack Stenger
    • Why I’m Still an Adventist? by Judy Myers Laue

Volume 8, No. 5: September–October 2000

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Faith Enough Not to Be Healed by Morris Venden
    • Fits, Trances, and Visions by Michael Zbaraschuk
    • Touched by the Supernatural by Diana Fisher
    • Miracle Workers by John McLarty
    • Killing the Spirit by William Ackah
    • A Critique of Charismatic Movement by James Stirling

Volume 8, No. 6: November–December 2000

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • At the Growing Point by Craig van Rooyen
    • In the Beginning All Over Again by Kristina Dumbeck
    • Reaching Hurting Families Inside and Outside the Church by Steve Daily
    • Sharing the Load: Community Living by Lissie Quishenberry
    • Book Review: Creation, Catastrophe, and Cavalry by Ervin Taylor

Volume 9, No. 1: January–February 2001

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • An American at Newbold: Observations of a Student by Ted Swinyar
    • The Heart of True Adventism by John McLarty
    • Adventist Religion Professor Meet in Nashville by Jim Walters
    • Phillip Johnson and the Argument From Design Report of Meetings Held in Loma Linda by James Stirling
    • Changing of the Guard: The New Faces of Adventism College Presidents
    • Turf Wars and Turmoil at WWC: Embattled Philosopher Roils the Academic Waters at WWC by Dennis Hokama
    • Academy Bible Class: Is It Worth It? by Erin Wolfe

Volume 9, No. 2: March–April 2001

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Westminster Good Samaritan Seventh-day Adventist Church: An Interview with Pastor Ira Lake by John A. Ramirez, Jr.
    • Women’s Retreat by Kitt Watt
    • That “Pesky Scientific Data”: A Response to Ervin Taylor’s Review by John T. Baldwin
    • The Gospel Without Strings Attached by Tihomir Kukolja
    • Why Ethnic Churches? by Dennis Hokama
    • Youth in Ethnic Churches: How Do You Keep Them at Home? by Mary Song
    • What the Indian Adventist Church Did for Me by Rajini Dixit

Volume 9, No. 3: May–June 2001

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Quest for the Historical Ellen White: Numbers Speaks for Richard Hammill Memorial Lecture by John A. Ramirez, Jr. and Eva Paschal
    • Chaplain to the Police: Adventist Pastor Helps Local Law Enforcement with Crises by James H. Stirling
    • The Healdsburg Incident by Maryan Stirling
    • Tough Job: Local Pastor Stop Strangling the Goose by Greg Taylor
    • Tough Job: College President AT interviews Dr. Clifford Sorensen by Diana Fisher
    • Tough Job: Colporteur Making House Calls by James H. Stirling

Volume 9, No. 4: July–August 2001

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Friends of St. Thomas by John McLarty
    • Stem Cells and Expectant Souls by James H. Stirling
    • Whither Adventism on the Stem Cell Debate? by Jim Walters
    • Lessons for the Church from Corporate America by Regis M. Nicoll
    • Tinkering with Human Culture(s) by Mark F. Carr

Volume 9, No. 5: September–October 2001

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Hardest Job—Women’s Ministries Director: An Interview with Audray Johnson by James Stirling
    • What is Progressive Adventism? by Steve Daily
    • Beating Up on Upbeat Music by Karl Sandberg and Charles Reid
    • Standing Firm by Jon Mills
    • I Pledge Allegiance by Ryan Bell
    • Not My Home by Sari Fordham

Volume 9, No. 6: November–December 2001

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • From Core to Community: Reconfiguring Adventist Center by Richard Rice
    • Prayer Meeting Cells by Glen Greenwalt
    • My Journey in Adventist Education by Paul M. Stirling
    • The Chosen by Maryan Stirling

Volume 10, No. 1: January–February 2002

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • A Death in the Family: Reflections on the Experience of Miscarriage by Gregory L. Hoenes
    • Abortion and the Bible: A Caution by Jim Miller
    • An Essay on the Taxonomy of Doctrines by Robert M. Johnston
    • Plain and Fancy Christians by John McLarty
    • A Second Chance: Can Fallen Pastors Be Restored? by Errol A. Lawrence

Volume 10, No. 2: March–April 2002

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
      1993: A Credible Adjudicatory System by Raymond Cottrell
    • 1994: Science Faculty Vary in Views on Creationism by Floyd Petersen
    • 1996: What Adventists Can Learn from John Wesley by David R. Larson
    • 1998: Doctrine and Theology: What’s the Difference by John McLarty
    • 1999:Folkenberg Resigns by Colleen Moore Tinker
    • 2000: Grand Reversal At the General Conference: An Interview with Garry Hodgkin

Volume 10, No. 3: May–June 2002

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Adventist Tithe Conundrum by Jack Drumm
    • Shaping the 27 Fundamental Beliefs and Individual Freedom by P. Richard Choi
    • Reexamining the Year-Day Principle in Prophetic Interpretation by Tobe Joreteg
    • Land for a Forgotten People by Sari Fordham
    • Oxford Dons, Dragons, and the Bible by Glen Greenwalt

Volume 10, No. 4: July–August 2002

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Desmond Ford and Church Reconciliation: An Open Letter by Richard M. Davidson
    • Finding A Voice Online: A Review of SDA Online Forums by Belvin R. Brett
    • Jubilee Festival: Christians and the Ancient Sanctuary by Lee Greer
    • The Year-Day Principle and the 2300 Days by Jerry Moon
    • Intelligent Design and the Thinking Christian by Timothy G. Standish

Volume 10, No. 5: September–October 2002

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • A New Beginning for Adventist Creationism? by Ervin Taylor
    • Talking About Creation by John McLarty
    • On the One Hand, On the Other Hand by Ben Clausen
    • Does the Adventist Education Pay? by Gill Bahnsen
    • SDA Faculty on Welfare? by Don Riley
    • Looking for God at Ground Zero by David Person

Volume 10, No. 6: November–December 2002

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventist Review Editor Interview by John Thomas McLarty
    • Called, Gifted, and Blessed by Valerie Searns
    • Is Ellen an Option? by Randy Croft
    • Why We See the Nature of Christ as a Life-or-Death Issue by Robert J. Wieland
    • Progressive and Traditional Adventists Examined by Ron Corson
    • A Journey with God and Colleagues in Solitude, Support and Sharing by Merle J. Whitney

Volume 11, No. 1: January–February 2003

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Raymond Cottrell: A Historical Biography by Douglas Hackleman
    • Raymond Cottrell: A Tribute by Jim Walters
    • Daniel 8: Let's Not Lose Our Nerve by Alden Thompson
    • Is It Possible? Eliminating Sexual Misconduct in Adventist Churches and Schools by Renee Drumm
    • Pastor, Professor, Predator by Cheryl Cooney
    • Sexual Abuse and False Accusations by Evaline West

Volume 11, No. 2: March–April 2003

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Two Authorities, or One? by Kenneth Richards
    • Reinventing Adventist History: How Historians Transformed Adventist Heritage by Ciro Sepulveda
    • Adventists and Genetically Modified Foods by Clive Holland
    • Should Adventist Doctrine Be Logical? by Joe Greig
    • When Science Meets Religion: Enemies, Strangers, or Partners? by Ervin Taylor

Volume 11, No. 3: May–June 2003

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Response to Authority of Ellen White Article by Mike Scofield
    • Adventist Schools Enrollment by James Stirling
    • With God on Our Side by F. Lorenz
    • A Limbless Iraqi Child by Glen Greenwalt
    • Regarding Just War by David Reynolds
    • Adventist Faculty on Creationism by Floyd Petersen
    • Lay Members and Church Reform by Nicole Higgins

Volume 11, No. 4: July–August 2003

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • In Celebration of Certainty and Curiosity by Douglas Clark
    • Creationism in the 21st Century: Fundamentalist or Constructive by Ervin Taylor
    • On the Edges of the Big Tent by Glen Greenwalt
    • The Eyes of God by Dee Myers
    • One Nation Under God reviewed by Richard Worley

Volume 11, No. 5: September–October 2003

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Goldstein Declares War: An Adventist Fundamentalist Ultimatum by Ervin Taylor
    • Erecting a Wall by Clifford Goldstein
    • I Was Blind and Now I See by Steve Daily
    • The Reality of Change in Seventh-day Adventist Doctrine by Arthur Patrick
    • The Secret Walk of the Teenage Christian by Tamara Jaynes

Volume 11, No. 6: November–December 2003

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • A Brief History: Seventh-day Adventists and War by Ronald Osborn
    • Where Do We Stand in Iraq? by Glenn Henrickson
    • Noncombatancy: An Adventist Position
    • Angel of Death by Lawrence G. Downing
    • Music Guidelines and Contemporary Christian Music by Ron Corson

Volume 12, No. 1: January–February 2004

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Consolidation of SDA Conferences, Colleges, and Universities by Thaine Price
    • The Necessity and Utility of Antinomies by Robert M. Johnston
    • Church Apologetics and Sola Scriptura by Ervin Taylor
    • The Christian Aspect Review of The Da Vinci Code by Ron Corson
    • A Modest Proposal for Structural Change in the Adventist Church by George Knight

Volume 12, No. 2: March–April 2004

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Should Adventist Speak Up on Marriage? Reprint from the Pacific Union Recorder
    • Pacific Union Conference Oppose Gay Marriage Bill by Robert M. Johnston
    • Banning Gay Marriage is Discriminatory and Wrong by David Person
    • 3ABN Defended by Board Member by Walter Thompson
    • A Prophet Among Us by Anonymous

Volume 12, No. 3: May–June 2004

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Wrestling with Venerable Manuscripts by Frederick G. Hoyt
    • Getting At What Genesis 1 is Getting At by Ivan T. Blazen
    • The Church Must Pastor All Its Children by John McLarty
    • 2004 INternational Faith and Science Conference by the editors of Adventist Today
    • Truth Decay: The Collapse of Conviction by Regis Nicoll

Volume 12, No. 4: July–August 2004

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 24

Volume 12, No. 5: September–October 2004

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Citylights: Learning to Love Well in New York City by Robert Darken
    • The Holy Family by John McLarty
    • 24/7 Ministry Center: Interview by Steve Leddy and Matthew Gamble
    • Mosaic: Experimenting in Oregon by Darrell Litvin
    • Teamwork and Perseverance by Gary S. Walter

Volume 12, No. 6: November–December 2004

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Healthy Church: Part 1 by Gary E. Fraser
    • The Catholic Church and Other Churches by Thomas P. Rausch
    • The Rationality of Love by John McLarty
    • North American Structure and Evangelism by Marvin Moore
    • Jack W. Provonsha's Contribution to Adventist Thought, Part 2 by Jim Walters

Volume 13, No. 1: January–February 2005

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Tithe Change Debated in Minnesota by John McLarty
    • Interview with Clifford Goldstein by Ervin Taylor
    • Counting Before the Lord by Kevan Lim
    • Enrollment Gains Reported by James Stirling
    • One-Minute Adventism

Volume 13, No. 2: March–April 2005

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The First Adventist Conviction
    • God's Grief
    • The Holy Family
    • Adventist Traditions: Sabbath in Zion
    • Beyond Spiritual Adolescence

Volume 13, No. 3: May–June 2005

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Why Pastoral Affair Is an Oxymoron by Rene Drumm
    • When Darfur Reached Out Its Helping Hand by Michael Vercio
    • On Being Patient by Alden Thompson
    • Sacred Time by Trudy J. Morgan-Cole
    • Exposing Ellen White by Jenann Elias

Volume 13, No. 4: July–August 2005

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Search for NAD's Youngest Delegate by Dennis Hokama
    • Bankruptcy Threat to Health System Averted by James Stirling
    • Notes on the General Conference Session, 2005 by Ervin Taylor
    • The Accuracy of the GC Bulletins by Dennis Hokama
    • Ellen White, Mary Baker Eddy, and Mesmerism by James Stirling

Volume 13, No. 5: September–October 2005

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Where is the Storehouse? by Robert J. Kloosterhuis
    • Adventist Tithe Policy: A Bit of History by Fred Numbers
    • Uzzah, Two Bears, and a Morsel of Food by Alden Thompson
    • The Tyranny of Worthy Causes by Edwin A. Schwisow
    • Praying and Doing by Seth Pierce

Volume 13, No. 6: November–December 2005

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventism: A Church Planting Movement by Robert Burrill
    • The Adventist Tribe by Alden Thompson
    • Twenty-five Years After Glacier View by Arthur Patrick and James Stirling
    • Liberals and Conservatives by John McLarty
    • The Hypocrisy of the Adventist Left by Clifford Goldstein

Volume 14, No. 1: January–February 2006

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Members for Church Accountability: Fall Conference in Loma Linda by Glenn Foster
    • NAD 2005 Report by Elwin Dunn
    • Financial Irregularities at 3ABN by John McLarty
    • Responding to Hurricane Katrina: A Diary by Brenda Maldonado
    • The Tyranny of Worthy Causes

Volume 14, No. 2: March–April 2006

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Intellectual Adventism by John McLarty
    • How Far Can Honey Take Us? by Alden Thompson
    • More Than a Pretty Cover by Ed Schwisow
    • A Tale of Three Churches by Elaine Nelson
    • From Tragedy to Hope: ADRA International Responds to South Asia Earthquake by Tereza Byrne

Volume 14, No. 3: May–June 2006

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • How Adventist Today Made a Difference: A Young Scientist Discovers That Intellectual Integrity and Spirituality Can Coexist by Dennis Hokama
    • A Healthy Independent Press by Alden Thompson
    • Prodigals International: His Story
    • Prodigals International: Her Story
    • Ogden Music: A Quest for Truth and Beauty by Edwin A. Schwisow

Volume 14, No. 4: July–August 2006

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Doctrine of God by Blair Reynolds
    • God Is Love (Part 2 of Intellectual Adventism) by John McLarty
    • Lenses and Issues by Steve Pawluk
    • Can a Quaker Bring Adventists Back to Their Pacifist Roots? by Max Gordon Phillips
    • Slow on the Uptake by Alden Thompson

Volume 14, No. 5: September–October 2006

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Church Plants: SEEDS or Weeds? by Robert T. Johnston
    • Response to Johnston by Russell Burrill
    • The Year of Astonishment by Alden Thompson
    • My Journey to Ordination by Halcyon Westphal Wilson
    • Reaching Adventism's Future by Edwin A. Schwisow

Volume 14, No. 6: November–December 2006

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • A Reluctant Participant Looks Back at Glacier View by Normn H. Young
    • The Doctrine of the Sanctuary as an Adventist Philosophy of History by Joe Greig
    • Daniel 8 and 9: The Way I See Them Now by Kenneth E. H. Richards
    • The Adventist Birthday Party by Alden Thompson
    • Development Column by Edwin A. Schwisow

Volume 15, No. 1: January–February 2007

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Truth About the Origin of Life by Lester N. Wright
    • Did You Really Create the World In Six Days? by Wayne Collins
    • A Geologist's Journey from Naive Certainty to Informed Faith by Gary A. Nowlan
    • Where You and I Have Never Been by Alden Thompson
    • Adventist Apathy Toward the Plight of the Unborn by Nic Samojluk

Volume 15, No. 2: March–April 2007

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Emily by John McLarty
    • Loving Others: When Pride of Peculiarity Gets in the Way by Anita Strawn de Ojeda
    • On Being Certain by Alden Thompson
    • Recent Publications in Adventist Creationism
    • A Little Girl Who Had a Little Curl: Coming to Terms with the Prophet Ellen by Max Gordon Phillips

Volume 15, No. 3: May–June 2007

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Defining Plagiarism: Article Review by James Stirling
    • Posner Is Wrong on Plagiarism by Jim Walters
    • The Specter of Plagiarism Haunting Adventism by T. Joe Willey
    • Buckle Up: A Commentary on the Adventist Soul by Alden Thompson
    • Contemporary Adventism: The Owl and the Aging Tiger by Milton Hook

Volume 15, No. 4: July–August 2007

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Adventist Like Me by Andy Nash
    • Glimpses by Students from Southern Adventist University
    • Resting Again in Adventism by Andy Nash
    • Living with Darwin Fish by Stan Guthrie
    • Adventist Like Me: Old, Impatient, Hopeful by Alden Thompson

Volume 15, No. 5: September–October 2007

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Adventist Church in North America Today by Monte Sahlin
    • Adventism in Present Communal Progressive by Julius Nam
    • Warning From Ancient Israel by Graeme Bradford
    • Adventist Church Found Wanting by J. David Newman
    • The Adventist Advantage by Alden Thompson

Volume 15, No. 6: November–December 2007

  • Editor: John McLarty
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Finding a Balance by Chris Blake
    • Religion Purge by Tatiana Ryckman
    • Eliminating the Versus by Elizabeth Haney
    • Adventures of the Starving Food Connoisseur by Emily Eskildsen
    • Abusing Morality by Amanda Klump

Volume 16, No. 1: January–February 2008

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Caught in the Middle by Dennis Hokama
    • Breaking the Silence by Andy Nash
    • Debate: Can You Be an Adventist and an Evolutionist? by Clifford Goldstein and Ervin Taylor
    • Mad About Music by Vanessa Sanders
    • The Day Saddam Came to Sabbath School by Chris Blake

Volume 16, No. 2: March–April 2008

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Should You Send Your 14-Year-Old to a Boarding Academy? by Melanie Eddlemon
    • Who Should Work on Sabbath? by Ben McArthur
    • Why Ellen White and Leadership Didn't Get Along by Ciro Sepulveda
    • American Guy Gets Perspective by Alex King

Volume 16, No. 3: May–June 2008

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Praying for a Recession? by David Beckworth
    • Essentials and Accidentals by Larry Downing
    • The Adventist Church and Lawsuits by James Coffin
    • Adventist Publishers Face Changing Markets by Katherine Brownlow
    • Adventist Publishing Then and Now by James Stirling

Volume 16, No. 4: July–August 2008

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Adventist Church's “Peculiar Institution” by Fredrick A. Russell
    • Shining in the Silicon by Sam McKee
    • No Junk Evangelism by Nathan Brown
    • “We Must Center on the Mission of Christ”: Interview with Monte Sahlin by Marcel Schwantes
    • Angels Distribute Radios to Villagers? by Noreen Malcolm

Volume 16, No. 5: September–October 2008

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • At What Price? by Edwin A. and Edwin D. Schwisow
    • Dream Church by Karah Thompson
    • Natural or Supernatural?
    • Ted in ’10?: Who Will Be the Next General Conference President? by David Newman
    • We Just Want to the Spirit to Lead by John McLarty

Volume 16, No. 6: November–December 2008

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • We Need to Talk by Chris Blake
    • “God Wants Israel Back”: Andy Nash Interviews Richard Elofer
    • A Time to Laugh
    • “Claim L.A.”: Evangelistic Series Meets Resistance Among California Pastors by Andrew Hanson
    • The Eye Doctor by Alden Thompson

Volume 17, No. 1: Winter 2009

  • Editor: Andy Nash
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The End of American Adventism? by Alex Bryan
    • Ordination Is Not the Issue by Bonita Joyner Shields
    • Why Men Should Not Be Ordained by J. David Newman
    • My God is Bigger by Fabiola Vatel
    • The People Around You by Andy Nash and student journalists

Volume 17, No. 2: Spring 2009

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • What is an Adventist?: Four Views
    • Two Stories Define Us by Charles Scriven
    • The Last Generation and Daniel 8:14 by Larry Kirkpatrick
    • Beyond Culture by Sari Fordham
    • Give the Gospel Priority by Larry Christoffell
    • Rresponses to What Is an Adventist?

Volume 17, No. 3: Summer 2009

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Is God Finished with the Adventist Church?
    • Islamic Connection by Seth Pierce
    • The End of Ministry as We Know It by Loren Siebold
    • Adventist Today Survey Provides Surprising Insights
    • Why I Am a Seventh-day Adventist by John Tangen

Volume 17, No. 4: Fall 2009

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The Pivotal Design by Ron Gladden
    • Tithe—Sacrificing the Sacred Cow by J. David Newman
    • Adventist Today Works! by Edwin A. Schwisow
    • The Apocalyptic Vision and the Neutering of Adventsim by Desmond Ford
    • How Do We Deal with Piercings? by Joe Okimi

Volume 18, No. 1: Winter 2010

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Is There Room for Mavericks in the Church? by J. David Newman
    • Who Really Is the Remnant Church? by Harry Allen
    • Turning the Other Cheek by Edwin A. Schwisow
    • Legalism or Permissiveness: An Inescapable Dilemma? by L. A. King
    • What Do We Do If We Don’t Agree? by Don Watson
    • Letting Roman Catholics Off the Hook—Seven Reasons for Rethinking Our Enemies List by Loredn Seibold
    • Did God Die for More Than Just People? by Nathan Brown

Volume 18, No. 2: Spring 2010

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Is God Immoral? by Desmond Ford
    • The Canvasback Conspiracy: A Tribute to Syndey Allen by Edward Allen
    • Prophecy and Scare Tactics by T. Joe Willey
    • Changing the World by Shawn Brace
    • Open Communion? Then Why Not the Kids? by James Coffin
    • Death Before Sin by Ole C. Olesen
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Volume 18, No. 3: Summer 2010

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Wanted: A Theology of Ordination by J. David Newman
    • Women in Ministry by Mike Tucker
    • Women as Preachers and Lecturers by J. A. Mowatt
    • My Hopes for the 2010 General Conference Session by Monte Sahlin
    • Rethinking Mission and Theology by Ryan J. Bell
    • Humility, Simplicity, and Courage by Nathan Brown
    • Examine Fundamental Belief No. 1 by John Buchholtz

Volume 18, No. 4: Fall 2010

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Trump Card for Creationists? by Beatrice S. Neal
    • Time for the Laity to Take Over by Milt Erhart
    • Contemporary Christian Music by Nancy Canwell
    • An Adventist Clapham? by Alden Thompson
    • Death Before Sin?—No by J. David Newman
    • Death Before Sin?—Yes by Ervin Taylor

Volume 19, No. 1: Winter 2011

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • An Adventist Historical Puzzle: The Delayed Burials of James and Ellen White by T. Joe Willey
    • Whom Did Cain Marry? by Richard W. Coffen
    • Adventism and Ecumenism by Borge Schantz
    • No Church Manual by George I. Butler
    • Is There Anybody Left Who Will Read This? by Alden Thompson

Volume 19, No. 2: Spring 2011

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Where is Ted Wilson Leading Us? by Lawrence G. Downing
    • Dr. A. Graham Maxwell: A Theological Perspective by Johnathan Gallagher
    • Social (In)Justice by William F. Noel
    • Desmond Ford and Historicism by Darrel Lindensmith
    • Pillars of the Earth by Jeff Carlson
    • Truth Decay: A Call for Accountability and Transparency by Albert Koppel
    • The Infamous Fleece of Wool—The Five Worst Reasons to Ask God for Signs by Vanessa Pizzuto

Volume 19, No. 3: Summer 2011

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Is Ellen White Really a Lesser Light? by J. David Newman
    • The Assumptions of the Daniel and Revelation Committee in Defending 1844 by Roy Ingram
    • What Should We Know About Muslim Radicals? by David A. Pendleton
    • Thompson Critiques The Lost Meaning of the Seventh Day by Alden Thompson
    • Tonstad Answers Thompson by Sigve Tonstad

Volume 19, No. 4: Fall 2011

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • How Do We Know? by John McClarty
    • Response From a Nitpicker by Richard Coffen
    • Homosexuality in the First Three Centuries by David W. T. Brattston
    • The Creator Died by Nathan Brown
    • Diversity As An Asset by Rob Erwin
    • Holding the General Conference President Accountable by Eric Webster

Volume 20, No. 1: January–February 2012

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Contextualization: Something to Avoid, or Something to Embrace? by Marcel Pichot
    • Beat the Drums for Jesus by Phil Jones
    • Have We Failed in Contextualizing the Gospel? by Jim Brauer
    • In Reaching the Lost, Anything Goes—Except . . . by J. David Newman
    • Seventh-day Adventists Told to Keep Sunday—The Official View by Uili Solofa

Volume 20, No. 2: March–April 2012

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • The China Study: Incredible Science? Or Science That’s Not So Credible? by Roger N. Trubey
    • Esther and Her God by Roger L. Dudley
    • Sketching an Adventist Vision for Global Mission by Maury Jackson
    • “I Want My Blessing” by Alden Thompson

Volume 20, No. 3: May–June 2012

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Bingo, Raffle Tickets, and Pledge Drives by Chester Hitchcock
    • The Jesus-Centered Life by Joe Kidder
    • Apocalyptic or Prophetic? by Richard W. Coffen
    • The Career of the Unknown Prophet by Benjamin J. Baker
    • From Pushing Dope to Pushing Hope—in Jesus by Greg Sereda

Volume 20, No. 4: September–October 2012

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Kingly Power: Is It Finding a Place in the Adventist Church? by Stanley E. Patterson
    • Six Points on the Issue of Ordination of Women by Gary Patterson
    • Unity and Authority in the Church by Raj Attiken
    • Does the ADRA Have a Future? What Is It? by Monte Sahlin
    • GODencounters by Adventist Today News Staff

Volume 20, No. 5: November–December 2012

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Aesthetics and Intelligent Design by Bernard Brandstater
    • Scripture, Policy, and Unity by Randy Roberts
    • Is Protecting the Denomination’s Name Important Enough to Send People to Jail? by Andrew Hanson
    • How Historical Diversity Divides Us by Albert C. Koppel
    • Christ in Us by Don Watson

Volume 21, No. 1: Winter 2013

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • When Anger Heals by Maury Jackson
    • The Last Warning Message is Not What You Think by J. David Newman
    • The Roles of Women by Gordon M. Hyde
    • Does God Always Answer Prayer? by Richard W. Coffen
    • Intelligent Design: Whatever It Is, It’s Not Science by Mailen Kootsey and Erwin Taylor
    • Response to Kootsey and Taylor by Bernard Brandstater
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Volume 21, No. 2: Spring 2013

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • Million-Dollar Salaries in Adventist Healthcare by T. Joe Willey
    • A Modest Plea: Fairness and Transparency, for Jesus’ Sake by Jim Walters
    • Where Do We Get Our Doctrine? by Loren Seibold
    • Twenty Years of Thinking by J. David Newman
    • A Must for Our Maturing Denomination—a Vital Free Press by Jim Walters

Volume 21, No. 3: Summer 2013

  • Editor: J. David Newman
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 24
  • In This Issue:
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? Editorial Introduction by J. David Newman
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Zdravko Plantak
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Brenda Billingy
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Ervin Taylor
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Heather J. Knight
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Luke Hecht
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Cindy Tutsch
    • What Is the Meaning of Life? by Benjamin Baker

Product Details

  • Title: Adventist Today (1993–2013)
  • Publisher: Adventist Today
  • Volumes: 21
  • Issues: 114
  • Pages: 2,736

About the Editors

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.

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