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Adventist Review

The Adventist Review is the official journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is based in Silver Spring, Md.

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EndItNow

EndItNow is a global campaign to stop violence against women. The campaign is sponsored by the women’s ministry department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Adventist Development and Relief Agency. Contact through the website.

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“Unification Home Page”

An unofficial Unification Church site posts numerous links to Moon’s teachings, questions and answers about Unificationism, and other matters.

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Lattin

Loaded language

When is it appropriate to use the words “fundamentalist” and “cult?” What are other terms with which I must be careful? By Don Lattin The San Francisco Chronicle* CULT is a word that should be used with care. Some of its dictionary definitions are value neutral, with such meanings as “formal religious veneration,” such as […]

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Edwin I. Hernández

Edwin I. Hernández is the director of the Center for Study of Latino Religion at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind. The center conducts social-scientific study of the U.S. Latino church, its leadership and the interaction between religion and community.

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V. Bailey Gillespie

V. Bailey Gillespie is a professor of theology and Christian personality and executive director of The John Hancock Center for Youth and Family Ministry at La Sierra University in Riverside, Calif. He can talk about Valuegenesis, a major study of Seventh-day Adventist youth in North America.

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