(RNS) The Seventh-day Adventist Church publicly acknowledged the need to do more research before making comments on the transgender community. Perhaps Carson should follow suit.
Articles tagged “Seventh-day Adventist Church”
What Donald Trump doesn’t know about Seventh-day Adventism could perhaps fill a book or two. But the 1 million Adventists in the U.S. would be happy to tell him — or anyone else — the full story.
(RNS) The act of protest has occurred in several states across the U.S. after the global denomination voted in July not to allow its regional church bodies to ordain women pastors.
(RNS) The twice-baptized Seventh-day Adventist, known as a culture warrior, is climbing in the September polls.
(RNS) Sermons are preached as if LGBT people don’t exist, as if we’re just theoretical ideas, as if we weren’t sitting in the pews.
(RNS) Despite the “no” vote, several U.S. conferences of Seventh-day Adventists have ordained women in recent years.
(RNS) The 243-44 vote marks the next step in a decades-long consideration of an issue that has divided the worldwide denomination, which time and again has voted to not permit women’s ordination.
(RNS) For now, statements from church headquarters in Silver Spring, Md., focus less on gender and more on concern that regional church bodies have forged ahead with their own decisions without consensus from the wider denomination.
(RNS) They have pledges. They have merit badges. And they may go camping. But they’re not the Boy Scouts.