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Deadly Distractions

November 10, 2013

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Author: Andrew Kerbs The Art of War, a classical work on military tactics by Sun Tzu, is still studied at West Point and other military academies throughout the world. It is remarkable to say the least for a text to transcend time and culture as this one has. Upon a recent perusal of the full […]

The Delay and the Judgment‏

January 18, 2013

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Author: Andrew Kerbs Just the other day I had a coworker ask me, “How are you so certain Christ is coming back soon? People have been saying that for centuries.” I assured him that part of it was faith, but the other part we know by listening to the words of Christ. In Matthew 24, […]

Why the Judgment Matters

January 12, 2013

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Author: Andrew Kerbs When I was growing up, my perception of the Investigative Judgment did nothing but spark anxiety and an unsettling fear of condemnation. I am only twenty-three years old, and I have already seen many Seventh-day Adventists dispute, reject, and walk away from the message of the sanctuary and Christ’s work therein. For […]

The Seventh-day Identity Crisis

January 2, 2013

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Author: Andrew Kerbs Uncertainty and doubt regarding the Advent message create division and lack of purpose. In essence, it creates an identity crisis. Today we are facing numerous distractions that are taking away our focus on the unique message we as Seventh-day Adventists were given as a church to take to the world. A messenger […]