Gerald A. Klingbeil

Associate Editor, Adventist Review



We all have them. Agendas drive the big picture of our lives or the minute details of our daily commute. An agenda lays out the plan for a church board meeting or the next four years of an elected president. Usually they are based on value systems—imagined or real—and they affect all aspects of who we are.

Over the past months I have read a number of letters reaching the offices of the Adventist Review that suggest that this magazine has a hidden agenda. A few see us on the side of gun-control advocates; others believe they can detect where we are on the women’s ordination debate. There are even some who suspect that the …

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