A popular music event at Avondale has shared its stage and crowd with the launch of a new book from the head of the seminary.
The writers of Scripture used the word “way” to describe God’s actions in the Old Testament, especially in Exodus and Isaiah. Avondale Seminary Head Dr Kayle de Waal shows in his new book Hearing the Way how this notion of “way” becomes an innovative literary construct used by the New Testament writers.
Avondale academics and alumni have shared research about pioneering Seventh-day Adventists in the South Pacific as part of the worldwide church’s Heritage Sabbath (October 19).
One of the things new Lake Macquarie campus chaplain Pr Brock Goodall loves about Jesus is that He’s direct. Jesus, he writes, had a habit of pivoting the direction of a conversation to core business.
The professorial promotion of three academics demonstrates Avondale’s commitment to research in fields of study on which it based its application for university college status.
An Avondale graduate’s doctoral research about how the early church used human hands and feet to fulfil the mission of Jesus is now a book.