The baptism at the Almar swimming pool near Havana, the largest such facility in Cuba, was yet another evidence of the Church's increasing presence in the society
"We're looking to provide training and support for critical incidents, working through world relief organizations," says coordinator Dr. Beverley Buckles
Faith and civil rights groups from across the spectrum are becoming more concerned at the power of local authorities to levy excessive fees as a condition of building a church
The belief that drinking wine helps protect against heart disease is wrong, according to The Globe magazine, published by the Institute of Alcohol Studies in the United Kingdom. Reports in the early ...
Dr. Maulawi Hamdullah Numani, the Afghan Minister of Higher Education, expressed his appreciation for the work previously carried out in Afghanistan by Loma Linda University
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“Alcohol abuse worldwide is on the increase, with many more people becoming alcohol dependent and larger quantitites of alcohol being consumed,” reports Thomas Neslund, associate health director for t...
During a meeting at the world headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church on May 10, Hurst pointed to the massive impact that pollution played in threats such as global warming
Sir James Carlisle, Governor General of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, has called on the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide to take