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E. Edward Zinke

Senior Advisor, Adventist Review

The Truth as It Is in Jesus

Why education,and those who educate, are so important.

Beginning less than a decade after its organization, the Seventh-day Adventist Church made a major commitment to education. Along with its commitment to publishing and health institutions, education was—and is—important to the proclamation of the everlasting gospel, the full message that God has been pleased to give us through His Word, the Bible.

A Seventh-day Adventist education was vital because it provided an environment in which students were given the opportunity to understand our world from the standpoint of God’s Word, rather than from the secular and even atheistic worldviews of education in general. Education was important because it gave …

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