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Daily Archives: February 19, 2019
Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
The Tail Wags The Dog: International Politics And The Middle East, by Efraim Karsh Not everyone is going to like this book, but I loved this book. The author, himself a scholar of international…
To what extent has Adventist sectarianism resulted in its being a prophetic minority, with a witness for peace, justice, and humility? — Ronald L. Lawson Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Queens College, CUNY
Clarification of question: A sect is defined by Stark and Bainbridge as having high tension with society, marked by separation/exclusivity, difference, and mutual antagonism. Answer to the Question Posed by Gerald Winslow in Preparation for his Metro New York Adventist … Continue reading