LandMarks Magazine Contents

2000 July

Your Name Will Not Save You

The question in the judgment will not be primarily the name, because in this world many of God’s followers have been stigmatized as children of the devil. The question will not be the name, but the fruit of the life.

A Leader’s Character

Every man does what he deems right. No one seems to care about the character of our leaders. Why should we, when we do not care about our own character?

Are You a Seventh-day Adventist? Can anybody Tell that you are?

Far too many within the Adventist community believe that some time in the future the world conditions will be of such a nature that they will be led to take a bold stand for the truth, and pattern their lifestyle accordingly.

Silver and Marik Betrayed

April 1978, Merikay Silver settled out of court for $60,000; half of which went to her attorney. The very next month, the EEOC took Pacific Press to court.

Contending For the Faith

The trial of Raphael Perez vs. the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists began March 13, 2000, and involves a lawsuit against Pastor Perez for illegally using the trademarked name, Seventh-day Adventist.

Rest, Your Body’s Need to Lie Down on the Job

During rest, when a person lies still, closes their eyes, and stills their mind, EEG (electroencephalogram) testing indicates that their brains go into an alpha wave pattern.

Bible Study Guides – “They Went Forth and Preached Everywhere”

July 30- August 5, 2000 - Philip left Jerusalem, and preached a risen Redeemer in Samaria. Many believed, and received Christian baptism. Philip’s preaching was marked with so great success,...

Bible Study Guides – “Go Out into the Highways and Hedges”

August 13-19, 2000 - "Go Home and Tell" What examples are we given of personal testimony in witnessing? John 1:40, 41, 43–46.

Bible Study Guides – “The Lord Added to the Church”

August 20-26, 2000 - The church is God’s appointed agency for the salvation of men. It was organized for service, and its mission is to carry the gospel to the world. From the beginning it has been God’s plan that through His church shall be reflected to the world His fullness and His sufficiency.

Editorial – What is Behind Religious Lawsuits?

We live in an age when lawsuits are common in all areas of society.  Some years ago it was church policy (as well as a Biblical prohibition, see I Corinthians 6) that Adventists did not sue one another.