Energion owner/editor Henry Neufeld has published an article on this topic on his blog, Threads from Henry’s Web.
Most of you are probably not acquainted with this date, but those, like me, who grew up in one of the various Adventist groups that grew out of the Millerite movement (1830s and 1840s) remember it well. William Miller, and various other interpreters in that movement determined that Jesus would return in glory on October […]
Joel Watts reviews the book The Adventists Dilemma, which is distributed by Energion. His conclusion: Vick’s work is measured well for answering Adventists and pushing the non-Adventist into thinking about proper theology. For those interesting in logic and reason as regards to particular theological discussions, Adventist or not, I would urge you to pick up […]
Alden Thompson was one of my professors when I was an undergraduate at Walla Walla University (then Walla Walla College). He was and is a challenging teacher and speaker. The book in the video I embed below is from Pacific Press, a Seventh-day Adventist publisher, and it addresses a denominational audience. But I know both […]
I started Energion Publications by buying out nearly 5,000 copies of Who’s Afraid of the Old Testament God? from a previous project. Alden Thompson was one of my professors in my undergraduate program at Walla Walla College (now university). Though I have left the Seventh-day Adventist Church and disagree with a number of its doctrines, […]