It Is Time to Talk, Part 3: How Adventist Conferences Became Segregated
In the previous two articles we have discussed some theological and psychological/sociological issues as they relate to organizational segregation in the Seventh-day Church. Our purpose in these articles is not to cover each area exhaustively, but rather to pique an interest is designing a venue, a safe “container,” where an honest, open, and serious dialogue might allow us to explore the relevance of organizational segregation in the Adventist Church today. Rather than promoting a particular direction we should go, I hope to help spark the discussion that would lead us collectively, under the Holy Spirit’s guidance, to make decisions about how to proceed as a united body.
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Penno, David K., "It Is Time to Talk, Part 3: How Adventist Conferences Became Segregated" (2016). Faculty Publications. 113.