Stephen Chavez

Coordinating Editor, Adventist Review

​Witnessing Without Words

When I was growing up, I was encouraged to learn my memory verses because there would come a time, I was told, when our Bibles would be taken from us. Then, like the Waldenses, the only scriptures at our disposal would be what we had committed to memory, and whatever portions of Scripture we had sewn into our clothes.

In the meantime, the threat to the viability of the Bible has come from a surprising source: the unprecedented increase of secularism and atheism around the world. In many parts of Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Europe, and North America, the Bible hasn’t gone away—it has simply stopped being an influence in society. And while we have …

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