Professor: Abner Hernández
Date: July 24-28, 2016
Location: Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI 49104 (Chan Shun Building CSH 108)
The history and development of Seventh-day Adventist theology from the 1840s to the present, with emphasis on doctrines such as the Sabbath, sanctuary, conditional immortality, eschatology, covenants, Christology, and righteousness by faith.
Extra Class Materials: The special articles listed below are to be read before each of the days listed below.
Here is the link for access to the Textbook for this class: http://www.sdanet.org/atissue/books/su/index.htm
Day 1 - George R. Knight, “Adventist Theology 1844 to 1994”
Day 2 - William Miller, “Miller’s Rules of Bible Interpretation.”
Jack Blanco, “The Historicist Interpretation of Prophecy."
Day 3 - C. Mervin Maxwell, “A Brief History of Adventist Hermeneutics."
Abner F. Hernandez, “Adventist Eschatological Identity and the Interpretation of the Time Periods of Daniel 12:11–12.”
Day 4 - Ellen G. White, “Christ Our Righteousness."
Richard Rice, “Sanctification and Perfection."
Day 5 - Merlin Burt, “History of Seventh-day Adventist Views on the Trinity.”
Tim Portier, “Sources Clarify Ellen G. White’s Christology.”