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CHRISTIANS AND CONSPIRACY THEORIES

The pandemic has triggered conspiratorial discourses, which are now spreading at the speed of light thanks, in part, to our indiscriminate use of social networks. Some conspiracy theories can be harmless, but others can lead to...

Does poverty have a colour?

For its final lecture of 2020, the Newbold Diversity Centre was delighted to welcome Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, the CEO of Christian Aid, on Tuesday, 10th November. The fact that she so clearly identifies as a Seventh-day Adventist...

Peace

Peace is one of the great political and ethical issues of our day. It is unfortunately both complicated and convoluted. There are, of course, various definitions of peace. A narrow definition is “the absence of military action.” A...

Religious Liberty Necessary for Fulfillment of Adventist Mission

The restricted liberty of thousands of people during World War II spurred the creation of an international organization. At the end of 1948, the United Nations (UN) established the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - a document...

SCRIPTURE AND VIOLENCE

What is the relationship between religious scripture and violence? The 2020 Beach Lecture explored this question – in 105 minutes. Holding the lecture online was a ‘first’ in the Beach Lecture’s 22-year history of commitment to...

Self-esteem and religion, a complicated relationship

Some psychologists fear that religion erodes self-esteem. Some believers fear that self-esteem endangers salvation. Who is right? Religious discourse against pride has led to, among other things, the formation of extreme views...