2019

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Read the full text of the presentation made by Dr. Ganoune Diop, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, at the recent 5th Annual United Nations Symposium on the Role of Faith-based Organizations in International Affairs

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Have you ever wondered why the Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL) department represents the Seventh-day Adventist Church at inter-faith events? Or perhaps you've wondered how mingling with public officials or leaders of other faiths relates to the mission of the Adventist Church? Find out more about the unique task of PARL as it seeks to share Adventist beliefs, values, and identity in the public realm.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTVideos Released from Sabbatarian Adventist Dialogue

The presentations, given by scholars and leaders from the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement, explore both theological similarities as well as key differences.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTAt the United Nations, Adventists Seek New Approaches to Funding Humanitarian Development

The contribution of religious groups goes far beyond mobilizing financial resources, say participants in a symposium that brought together a broad range of faith-based organizations.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTKorea’s Supreme Court Gives Historic Legal Victory to Young Adventist Student

The long-awaited ruling supports a legal right to Sabbath accommodation.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTReligious Liberty Seminar in Finland Helps Church to Gain Visibility

Event highlights the role of religious freedom as an inalienable human right.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTProposed Legislation in Australia is ‘a Threat to Religious Liberty’

Religious freedom is under threat from proposed amendments to a bill being considered by the New South Wales Parliament, Michael Worker told a Senate committee hearing in Sydney, Australia, on February 7, 2019.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTUnique Dialogue Between Sabbatarian Adventists Explores Shared Values and Distinctive Beliefs

A spirit of friendship and mutual respect marked a two-day meeting between representatives of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement.