Designed for Seventh-day Adventist university students and young professionals, College and University Dialogue is published by the Committee on Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) in cooperation with the 13 world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and in partnership with Public Campus Ministries (PCM). Volume 31, Number 2 (2019) is now available online. In his editorial titled Who Am I?, John M. Fowler concludes that Jesus is his priority, purpose and meaning. Additional articles include:
Use of Alcohol – Not Safe at Any Level by Alina Baltazar
Highlights from a widespread and long-range analytic study support the Adventist belief that alcohol abstention is best.
Follow the Vision, Fulfill the Mission by Paulasir Abraham
The mission frontier is everywhere around us as we interact with others in all areas of life. Read of Biblical examples who both had vision and took action.
Daniel – A Man of God’s Own Choosing by Donny Chrissutianto
What does it mean to “Dare to be a Daniel,” and what lessons can be learned from his life?
Understanding my Buddhist Friends by Amy Whitsett
Colleges and universities are places of diverse people and varied ideas. This occasional series titled “Campus Life” explores how to understand and be a friend to someone of another faith while staying true to one’s own values.
All (Material) Evidence to the Contrary by Gary Swanson
There is no final, rational argument that in itself can prove the existence of anything in the spiritual realm. Hence, faith!
The Trial: The Compelling Story of One Student’s Faith by Natacha Moorooven
A true story of victory― victory of faith, victory of prayer, victory of placing one’s life in trust in God.
Ramón Eduardo Fuentes Fernández – A Dialogue with an Adventist Professor-Researcher in Dentistry in Chile by Sócrates Quispe-Condori
Born into a Catholic home, Dr. Fuentes learned about the Adventist message from his host family while an exchange student in Germany. Read how he exercised his faith as a student at a public university and continues to do so as a professor.
Get Published and Be Part of the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists Team by Dragoslava Santrac
Students, teachers, and educational leaders are invited to contribute to the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists, which launches this year. This global church project will “produce the church’s first online reference work, with more than 8,500 articles on Adventist history, crucial events, people, organizations, institutions, and distinctive teachings.”