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Ellen White And Subordination Within The Trinity, Nathaniel Robert Gibbs Feb 2018

Ellen White And Subordination Within The Trinity, Nathaniel Robert Gibbs

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has been engaged in a debate about the role of women in ministry, especially as it concerns ordination. While engaging in this debate, some have used the doctrine of Trinity to support their understanding of the different roles in gender. Specifically, the subordination of Jesus to the Father as evidence of a correlation with the subordination of women to men. In order to find support for the way some believe ministry should be practiced, they have turned to the writings of Ellen White. They have attempted to support a subordinationism within the Trinity with her writings ...


Fine-Tuning The Hermeneutical Spiral, Arlyn S. Drew Feb 2018

Fine-Tuning The Hermeneutical Spiral, Arlyn S. Drew

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

A hermeneutical spiral model illustrates the temporal process of inductive and deductive reasoning for interpretation. The Hermeneutical Spiral by Osborne describes a conical spiral that stretches from the ancient text to the modern world of the listener. Unfortunately, this model implies a trade-off of biblical authority for increasing relevance as it moves away from Scripture. To avoid this problem a viable hermeneutical model must allow Scripture to norm the whole process (Sola Scriptura). In addition, the worlds of meaning unpacked from the text (Tota Scriptura), the worlds of meaning of the interpreter (Prima Scriptura), and the fusion of those worlds ...


Experiences Of Youth And Young Adults’ Engagement In Sabbath School, Jharony Fernandez-Gibbs, Deslynne Roberts Feb 2018

Experiences Of Youth And Young Adults’ Engagement In Sabbath School, Jharony Fernandez-Gibbs, Deslynne Roberts

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

Sabbath School has been an established program for spiritual growth, faith development and relationship building for congregants of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (SDA), yet youth and young adults experience different levels of engagement in Sabbath School. Concerns from the North American Division Youth Ministry Department report an increased lack of engagement from youth and young adults attending Sabbath School programs. Similarly, many young adults question whether Sabbath School is essential in their walk with God. Consequently, a recent survey conducted on the campus of Andrews University obtained insight from youth and young adults about their Sabbath School experience. Emerging results ...


The Significance Of Theological Interpretation As Demonstrated In Case Study: Adam-Christ Typology And Categories Of Representation, Timothy J. Arena Feb 2018

The Significance Of Theological Interpretation As Demonstrated In Case Study: Adam-Christ Typology And Categories Of Representation, Timothy J. Arena

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

To whom are the Scriptures directed? What is their ultimate source? In the study of any given passage of Scripture, how much importance, if any, should be attached to other passages of Scripture, written by different authors, for the purpose of understanding its meaning? Is typology a legitimate hermeneutical methodology, or does it inevitably twist the local meanings of passages away from their historical contexts? This poster will present an argument for the importance of the ways in which theological exegesis provides compelling answers for these questions, and will present a case study of the use of this method in ...


Hierarchy Or Mutuality In The Trinity? A Case Study On The Relationship Of The Son And The Holy Spirit In The New Testament, Matthew L. Tinkham Jr. Feb 2018

Hierarchy Or Mutuality In The Trinity? A Case Study On The Relationship Of The Son And The Holy Spirit In The New Testament, Matthew L. Tinkham Jr.

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

Statement of the Problem: Over the last forty years, the Trinity has become a central topic of debate among evangelical theologians in all disciplines due to the popularization of a newer conception of the Trinity—referred to by many as eternal, functional subordination (EFS), but will hereafter be called “neo-subordinationism.” Neo-subordinationism affirms that the three persons of the Trinity—Father, Son and Spirit—are fully equal ontologically, but denies equality in terms of roles, functions, and authority. It asserts that there is a unilateral-hierarchical ordering pattern that is essential to the triune God in which the Son is exclusively subordinated ...


The Living Temple By John Harvey Kellogg And Lessons Of Leadership From Ellen White: Two Books—Two Years Apart, Thomas John Rasmussen Feb 2018

The Living Temple By John Harvey Kellogg And Lessons Of Leadership From Ellen White: Two Books—Two Years Apart, Thomas John Rasmussen

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

In contemporary society John H. Kellogg is more known for his medical inventions, than he is for the book The Living Temple, which was published in 1903. However, within Adventism the name Kellogg denotes crisis and controversy. The thesis of this paper is that Ellen White responded to Kellogg’s publication in three ways: personally—to John Kellogg, prophetically—to the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and publicly—with the book The Ministry of Healing, which was published two years later in 1905. It is the public response that is of primary interest to this paper. Ellen White wrote many personal letters ...


A Historical Overview Of The Primarily Independent Origins Of Original Sin And Infant Baptism In The Fathers Until Augustine, Timothy J. Arena Feb 2018

A Historical Overview Of The Primarily Independent Origins Of Original Sin And Infant Baptism In The Fathers Until Augustine, Timothy J. Arena

Seminary Scholarship Symposium

The purpose of this paper is to examine the historical development of original sin (the foundational element of soteriology) and that of baptism (one of the essential rituals of the Church which concerns its nature), particularly infant baptism, something closely associated with original sin after the time of Augustine. This study will show that the origins of infant baptism were largely independent of the emergence of the doctrine of original sin, but that it arose instead due to various other historical and theological factors—a certain reading of John 3:5, high infant mortality rate and low life expectancy, “emergency ...


Au Wind Symphony Winter Concert, Department Of Music Feb 2018

Au Wind Symphony Winter Concert, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

"Fun and (Olympic) Games", collaboration with Southwestern Michigan College Brass Band under the conduction of Jonathan Korzun, and Andrews University Wind Symphony under the conduction of Byron Graves, featuring works by Howarth, Curnow, Vaughan Williams, King, Foster, Grainger, Williams, Root, Sheldon, Whitacre, and Mackerras.

Graduate conductor, Kleberson Calanca.


Hyveth Williams, Hyveth Williams Feb 2018

Hyveth Williams, Hyveth Williams

Stories of Andrews

Hyveth Williams is a trailblazer and trendsetter in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. She also has the distinction of being the first to accomplish many things within the church. For example, she is the first black female pastor, and the first female pastor period, to be officially hired by the Adventist Church. Hyveth also went on to become the first female senior pastor in the denomination. God was always preparing her for a life of public ministry. Her earliest childhood memories, on the island of Jamaica, are of reading and reciting poetry on public stages for officials and dignitaries, such as ...


Young Artist Concert, Department Of Music Jan 2018

Young Artist Concert, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students from the Andrews University Department of Music performing in the annual Young Artists Concert under the conduction of Dr. Claudio Gonzalez, professor of music and conductor of the University Symphony Orchestra.

This year’s selected young artists are Donn LaTour (violin), Grant Steinweg (cello), Ellen Yoo (piano), Jeremy Ahn (piano) and Zachary Randolph (tenor).


Faculty Trio Recital, Department Of Music Jan 2018

Faculty Trio Recital, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Carla Trynchuk (violin), Karin Thompson (cello), and Chi Yong Yun (piano) featuring works by Mozart, Fauré and Piazzolla.


Øystein (Sten) Labianca, Oystein Labianca Jan 2018

Øystein (Sten) Labianca, Oystein Labianca

Stories of Andrews

"I am sure that many of you have seen information this academic year that refers to the 50th-anniversary celebrations for an archaeological dig site in Jordan. Or maybe it has just passed you by. Actually, it is a big deal. Over the Christmas break I had the opportunity to talk to one of the individuals who has been involved in this site since its early days. But the interview was about more than the dig in Jordan—it was about one of our faculty who has spent the vast majority of his career at Andrews University and, through that career ...


Hadid Cortez - Senior Violin Recital, Department Of Music Dec 2017

Hadid Cortez - Senior Violin Recital, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2017-2018

Hadid Cortez featuring works by Bach, Bruch, and Brahms.

Pianist: Ronnie Zanella


Wind Studio Recital, Department Of Music Dec 2017

Wind Studio Recital, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students of the Department of Music featuring works by Balay, Bach, Rabaud, Bourdeau, Kander and Beach.


Trynchuk Studio Recital, Department Of Music Dec 2017

Trynchuk Studio Recital, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students of the Department of Music featuring works by Vieuxtemps, Barber, Dvorak, Brahms, Schumann, Sibelius, Sarasate, Grieg, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Prokofieff, and Bruch.


Rachelle Gensolin-Senior Piano Recital, Department Of Music Dec 2017

Rachelle Gensolin-Senior Piano Recital, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2017-2018

Rachelle Gensoling featuring works by Beethoven, Scriabin, Schostakovich, and Chopin.


Au Wind Symphony Christmas Concert "Laughing All The Way", Department Of Music Dec 2017

Au Wind Symphony Christmas Concert "Laughing All The Way", Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

AU Wind Symphony under the conduction of Mr. Byron Graves, featuring christmas works by Wasson, Hazo, Del Borgo, Stotter, Longfield, Tchaikovsky, Martino, Holcombe, Niehaus, Edmondosn, Taggart, and Anderson.


Senior Piano Recital - Jonathan Doram, Department Of Music Nov 2017

Senior Piano Recital - Jonathan Doram, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2016-2017

Jonathan Doram featuring works by Beethoven, Franck, Ravel and Bach-Busoni.


Piano Studio Recital Of Chi Yong Yun, Department Of Music Nov 2017

Piano Studio Recital Of Chi Yong Yun, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students of the Department of Music featuring works by Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, Chopin, Haydn, Scarlatti, Schubert, Schumann, Debussy, and Gershwin.


Au Symphony Orchestra's Fall Concert, Department Of Music Nov 2017

Au Symphony Orchestra's Fall Concert, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Music of the Romantic Period

The Andrews University Symphony Orchestra under the conduction of Dr. Claudio Gonzalez, featuring Carla Trynchuk as soloist, performing pieces by Bruch, and Schumann.


Faith Of Our Fathers, Department Of Music Nov 2017

Faith Of Our Fathers, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Andrews University Department of Music Voice Students featuring Hymns and African-American Spirituals.


Whitcomb Towers Recital Series, Department Of Music Nov 2017

Whitcomb Towers Recital Series, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students from the Department of Music featuring works by Beethoven, Faure, and Schubert.


B-2 Serving Leadership Style Revisited, Petr Cincala, Paul Cho Nov 2017

B-2 Serving Leadership Style Revisited, Petr Cincala, Paul Cho

Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship

This presentation highlights findings from a study exploring the congregational health and church growth of more than 9,000 congregations from various denominations across United States. These congregations have used a Natural Church Development (NCD) survey to obtain a health assessment over the period of last 10 years. Findings reveal a fascinating pattern of church growth and health that is related to leadership style of the pastor. The data show that the churches whose pastors say their style of leadership is "serving" are actually growing less and have lower health scores than those who do not list their leadership style ...


C-1 Truth About The Seven Trumpets, Kyung Ran Yang Nov 2017

C-1 Truth About The Seven Trumpets, Kyung Ran Yang

Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship

If the major event of Christ entering the final phase of His ministration in 1844 was misinterpreted as His Second Coming, should we not reconsider the interpretation of the Seven Trumpets also? The question about the accuracy and relevance of the historical interpretation has to be reassessed because the Seven Trumpets message is housed by the ministry of Jesus in the heavenly sanctuary.

In believing the historical account, we almost lost Jesus. What I mean by this is that in this flawed explanation that God is judging the nations that are oppressing His church, our focus is taken away from ...


P-05 Wyoming Landscapes, Greg Constantine Nov 2017

P-05 Wyoming Landscapes, Greg Constantine

Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship

The "discovery" of a particular red rock formation 15 miles from Cody, Wyoming, has inspired me to investigate the theme of stratification. The results of this exploration are 35 paintings of the mountain I refer to as "Mont St Gregoire," as well as a series of works that utilize the mountain's shape in featuring the possibilities of variations of the sky above it.


Pl-1 The Waldensians: A Story Of Faith And Survival, Kathleen Demsky Nov 2017

Pl-1 The Waldensians: A Story Of Faith And Survival, Kathleen Demsky

Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship

The history of the Waldenses, an ancient group of Christians who resided in the mountain valleys of Piedmont, Italy, is a complicated story of faith and survival. Piecing this history together is difficult because so many Waldensian records were destroyed by papal powers. This study seeks to present a comprehensive perspective on the origins of the Waldenses and their relationship to Christian Scripture, while viewing the Waldenses as examples for modern Christians. The Waldenses were of apostolic origin, inhabiting the Valleys long before the advent of Peter Waldo, their alleged founder, and did not consider themselves reformers. They were among ...


Violin Master Class - Barry Ross, Department Of Music Oct 2017

Violin Master Class - Barry Ross, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students of the Department of Music featuring works by Bach, Sibelius, and Prokofiev.

Special Guest: Dr. Barry Ross


Worship, Ante Jeroncic Oct 2017

Worship, Ante Jeroncic

Andrews Autumn Conference on Religion and Science

Abstract

The devotional explores the intersection of ethics and epistemology through the “deadly sin” of acedia (or sloth) and the moral dimension of ignorance entailed in it. In particular, it juxtaposes the acedia-ignorance nexus to 2 Peter 1:5-9 and its argument about the interconnectedness of virtue—including enkrateia or self-control—and access to (some forms of) truth.

Education

BA, Andrews University
MA, Stellenbosch University
PhD, The University of Chicago

Biography

Ante Jerončić's scholarship and teaching focus on the intersection of constructive Adventist theology and culture, especially as it relates to contemporary ethical and philosophical issues. More specifically, he ...


Wind Symphony Fall Concert - Summer Fades Away, Department Of Music Oct 2017

Wind Symphony Fall Concert - Summer Fades Away, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Andrews University Wind Symphony under the direction of Byron Graves, featuring works by Bainum, Copland, Daehn, Balmages, Innaccone, Whitacre, and Ticheli.

Special guests:

Woodwind Quintet featuring works by Ibert

Brass Sextet featuring works by Pezel


Piano Masterclass With Victor Rosenbaum, Department Of Music Oct 2017

Piano Masterclass With Victor Rosenbaum, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2017-2018

Students of the Department of Music featuring works of Beethoven, Chopin and Prokofiev.

Featured Guest Professor : Victor Rosenbaum