Newsletter Archives

These articles are the archives from our published email newsletter.

Dr. Eiji Minami, M.D.

The Executive Committee of the Upper Columbia Conference (UCC), in its February 27 meeting, voted a resolution that is favorable to World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS).

 

Voted: The relationship ...

Lee Roy Holmes

In November's newsletter we considered some questions about our own vulnerability to deception. Now I want us to reflect on some questions to ask of those who would entice us, ...

Randy Bierwagen

In part two of this article it’s interesting to note how this spiritualizing system of interpretation that Origin, Philo and even the Rabbis at the time of Christ introduced into ...

Dr. Jerome Niswonger, M.D

Health Reform is a Spiritual Battle.


    In Part 1, we noted the increasing obesity crisis. In Part 2, recalling the Eden diet, we recognized diet is related to health, ...

Randy Bierwagen

Last month, in part one we learned about Origen, who adopted a spiritualizing system of interpreting the Scriptures. He claimed that “The Scriptures are of little use to those ...

Dr. Jerome Niswonger, M.D.

What was the original Diet?

The Eden diet consisted of grains, nuts and fruits.

Gen 1:29  And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which ...
Randy Bierwagen

“For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;

            And they shall ...

Dr. Jerome Niswonger, M.D

The Condition of Health in the USA today

People living in the United States are richly blessed. They enjoy a high standard of living, a low unemployment rate and many ...

Lee Roy Holmes

Many a wolf, as he lies in wait or circles the flock in search of the opportune moment, may secretly wish he could slip into a sheepskin and boldly approach ...

WCAS

The General Conference Annual Fall Council is scheduled for October 10-16.

Even though the specific agenda items are not available to us at this time, there are some important issues ...