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Adam Fenner

is director of the Adventist Learning Community for the North American Division Office of Education.

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Lifelong learning—anywhere and anytime!

It is estimated that in the year 1900 human knowledge of the universe was doubling at a rate of about every 100 years. At the end of World War II human knowledge was doubling at a speed of roughly 25 years. In the year 2000 it was doubling in five years. Today humankind’s accumulated understanding has been estimated to double, depending on the field of study, every 12 to 24 months. The implication of the progress of human knowledge is unmistakable; we are living in the end-times.

We also live in exciting times. Communication is instantaneous and worldwide. A simple idea, any thought, a joke, or the most complex scientific breakthrough can be shared …

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