Dialogue Volume 33, Number 3

Designed for university students and young professionals, Volume 33, Number 3 of College and University Dialogue is now available online.

College and University Dialogue May 12, 2022

Designed for Seventh-day Adventist university students and young professionals, College and University Dialogue is published by the Committee on Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) in cooperation with the 13 world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and in partnership with Public Campus Ministries (PCM). Volume 33, Number 3 (2021) is now available online. In his editorial titled Living with a Good Conscience, John M. Fowler reflects on the guidance God gives us through the conscience. Additional articles include:

Life and Health, It’s Your Choice by Heidi Schulz
“The Creator knew that our decisions impact not only our health, but also that of our descendants.”

Job: Faith, Suffering, and the Reality of God by Lael Caesar
“A look at how the Book of Job examines the ground of one man’s faith and the reality of his God, and how the book attests to the justice of God and speaks hope to all who suffer.”

Protection Against End-Time Pandemics: A Reflection on the Role of Individual Behavior by Cesar Augusto Galvez
“The role of individual behavior is often overlooked in protecting health from pandemics. Moral, spiritual, and physical health are strengthened by understanding and living in harmony with God’s moral and natural laws.”

No Second Thought with God’s Decision by Conrad Vine
“Salvation is the overarching theme of God’s Word. It not only reveals God’s actions on our behalf, but those actions also profoundly express His character for the fallen and unfallen universe to understand.”

I Belong to Another World by Carlos Humberto Campitelli
“Seventh-day Adventists are called to be heaven’s ambassadors. This entails more than appearances or even behavior. It is about being. But being must always come before doing. The key is finding and understanding who you are in Christ, and to Whom you belong.”

Eleven Problems, Eleven Blessings by Alex Voos
“Life often confronts us with many ‘Daniel in Babylon moments,’ but when we throw ourselves into God’s hands, He will enable our faith to succeed and be victorious.”

David Yaoxi Lin: How a Mother’s Pledge Raised a Hero of Faith by Bruce W. Lo
Adapted from a longer article in the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists, this piece tells the remarkable story of David Yaoxi Lin, whose life took many turns as he faithfully remained committed to keeping his mother’s promise by devoting himself to God.

Missionaries in Their Own Backyard by Martín Bernhardt
A group of Adventist students in Rosario, Argentina, supported the social and spiritual development of children through a soccer club.

Enoch Kanagaraj: Dialogue with an Indo-U.K. Adventist by Audrey Andersson
Mr. Kanagaraj spearheads “One Vision,” a youth organization working for community cohesion and service in Hertfordshire County, United Kingdom.


This issue is also available in Spanish, French and Portuguese.


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