Spes Christiana volume 31 issue 1, June 2020

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Reinder Bruinsma
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/t8hr-ng23
First Published June 2020; pp. 3-4

Adventist Ethics? Laying the Groundwork for an Evolving Field

Stefan Höschele
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/kp2k-s557
First Published June 2020; pp. 5-40


A Theology of Pastoral Ministry from an Adventist Perspective

Walter M. Alaña Huapaya
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/1469-cp08
First Published June 2020; pp. 41-70


The Dilemma of the Pastor in a Post-Modern Society

Rudy Van Moere
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/cvf4-7726
First Published June 2020; pp. 71-84


Authority and Conscience: The Authority of the Denomination and the Freedom of the Pastor

Reinder Bruinsma
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/vbnw-mw88
First Published June 2020; pp. 85-102


Millennial Leadership: People, Participation, and Plurality

Bjørn Ottesen
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/10zy-7p60
First Published June 2020; pp. 103-122


Seeing is Believing: The Digital Bible and Bible Verses Online

Tom de Bruin
doi dx.doi.org/10.17613/5ba3-8477
First Published June 2020; pp. 123-152


Book Reviews

For the Least of These
Nathan Brown
Nampa: Pacific Press, 2019. 120 pp.

Adventists and Military Service: Biblical, Historical, and Ethical Perspectives
Frank M. Hasel, Barna Magyarosi, and Stefan Höschele, eds.
Madrid: Safeliz, 2019. 225 pp.

1919: The Untold Story of Adventism’s Struggle with Fundamentalism
Michael W. Campbell
Nampa: Pacific Press, 2019, 124 pp.

J. N. Andrews: Mission Pioneer, Evangelist, and Thought Leader
Gilbert Valentine
Nampa: Pacific Press, 2019. 733 pp.

Heavenly Realities: Temple/Sanctuary Cosmology in Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Early Jewish Literature
Kim Papaioannou and Ioannis Giantzaklidis, eds.
Berrien Springs: Andrews University Press, 2016. 367 pp.

Sigve K. Tonstad
Paideia: Commentaries on the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2019. 398 pp.

L’Apocalypse de Jean
Richard Lehmann
Collonges-sous-Salève: Faculté adventiste de théologie, 2018. 602 pp.

Studies in Adventist History and Theology Vol. 2 published

The second volume of the Studies in Adventist History and Theology book series published by the Institute of Adventist Studies has been published.

Contours of European Adventism: Issues in the History of the Denomination on the Old Continent is based on the presentation at the Third International Symposium of the IAS organized in 2018 in Friedensau.

To order, write to ias@thh-friedensau.de or go to Amazon.

New Book Series Launched

The first volume of the new book series published by the Institute of Adventist Studies has appeared in print. Entitled Perceptions of the Protestant Reformation in Seventh-day Adventism (320 pp.), it contains the papers presented at the Second International Symposium of the IAS organized in 2016 in Friedensau. It is also available as E-pub.

To order, write to ias@thh-friedensau.de (27.00 EUR incl. International shipping) or go to Amazon.

ISBN Print: 978-3-935480-51-2        (€19.90)
ISBN E-book: 978-3-935480-52-9   (€11.99)