Stephen Chavez

Coordinating Editor, Adventist Review

​Never-ending Learning

Not long after Seventh-day Adventists got organized, they began building schools and hiring educators to teach their youth. Now, more than 140 years later, Adventists operate the largest Protestant educational system in the world. Their colleges and universities regularly appear in secular publications that catalogue the finest educational institutions in the world. And research at these institutions is regularly cited in scores of scholarly publications.

As a product of Adventist education, I’m proud of what I learned in nearly 20 years as a student on Adventist campuses. But I’m more proud of the fact that I still like to learn things. Learning turns …

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