Memory, Meaning & Faith began in 2010 with the vision of two church history professors, Nicholas Miller and John Reeve, who wanted a place on the internet where Seventh-day Adventist seminary professors could interact with the blogging community across the broad range of historical topics related to faith. Together, they recruited other seminary professors with a similar interest to contribute to this blog and participants in the blogging community. Today, Memory, Meaning & Faith is the seminary blog—linking the Adventist Theological Seminary to the Adventist Church that it serves.
The purpose of Memory, Meaning & Faith is to make the benefits of our research more easily accessible and to refine our thinking through broad-based dialogue with the goal of strengthening the faithful life of the mind within the Adventist and broader Christian community.
Memory, Meaning & Faith broadly covers issues relating to
- The history of Christianity
- The Seventh-day Adventist Church
- The historical and archaeological background of Christian scripture and its interpretation
Memory, Meaning & Faith is created to be a hub for faithful and thoughtful online discussion.
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