Human gene therapy has the potential to both heal and harm and should be developed according to Biblical principles of the sanctity of human life, says a statement issued recently by a top Seventh-day...
Academic and religious leaders from Christian and Jewish communities explored the impact of the holocaust on religious freedom, theology and Jewish-Christian relations at a symposium hosted by Andrews...
Three Seventh-day Adventist hospitals in the greater Denver area unveiled identical sculptures entitled "Eden Restored" during the Easter weekend
Solar kitchens are being built throughout North Korea as result of an agreement between the authorities of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the the Adventist Development and Relief Agency
A new treatment for breast cancer is to be developed using proton therapy at Loma Linda University and Medical Center
A Seventh-day Adventist health and ethics committee has issued a statement opposing the widespread practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) and is calling for renewed efforts to eliminate the practice
Pastor Jan Paulsen, world president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is the latest recipient of Pacific Union College's Charles E. Weninger Award for Outstanding Achievement
The statement refers to the vote of the Southeastern California Conference to issue the same ministerial credentials to both men and women pastors
Many parts of the world have been suffering from the devastating effects of religious persecution, says Barry W. Bussey, convention organizer
In its November 1999 issue, National Geographic claimed that a fossil recovered from China portrayed an "Archaeoraptor," a kind of "feathered dinosaur" that supposedly linked dinosaurs to birds