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.
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 academic’s book describing the local church as the future of Seventh-day Adventism but challenging it to biblically reinvent is now published in German.
Dr David Tasker is writing about Proverbs for the new Seventh-day Adventist International Bible Commentary. He reveals in this question and answer what he learnt about the book through the process.
A speech of note set the tone for the commissioning service of Avondale Seminarian Dr Wendy Jackson. President Professor Ray Roennfeldt’s welcome expressed his frustration with the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church’s decision not to give regional divisions the autonomy to ordain women. This is what he said.