Skip to main content
Contribution to Book
Can or Should Seventh-day Adventist Belief be Adapted to Culture?
This book chapter was originally published as: Oliver, B. (1999). Can or should Seventh-day Adventist belief be adapted to culture? In J. Dybdahl (Ed.), Adventist mission in the 21st century: The joys and challenges of presenting Jesus to a diverse world (pp. 72-79). Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald. ISBN: 9780828013390
  • Barry Oliver, Avondale College of Higher Education
Author Faculty (Discipline)
Theology
Document Type
Book Chapter
Publication Date
1-1-1999
Disciplines
Abstract

It is the purpose of this chapter to affirm that it is necessary for the Seventh-day Adventist church to continually seek and find appropriate means of communicating its message so that it is readily heard, understood, accepted, and applied in diverse cultural and social settings.

Comments

Due to copyright restrictions this book chapter is unavailable for download.

© 1999 Review and Herald Publishing Association

Staff and Students of Avondale College may access this book chapter from the Avondale College Library (266.67 D98).

Barry Oliver is affiliated with Avondale College of Higher Education as a Conjoint Associate Professor.

Citation Information

Oliver, B. (1999). Can or should Seventh-day Adventist belief be adapted to culture? In J. Dybdahl (Ed.), Adventist mission in the 21st century: The joys and challenges of presenting Jesus to a diverse world (pp. 72-79). Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald.