One of Adventism's most fundamental Fundamentals has received a lot of attention lately, hasn't it?
People sure are getting creative with creation these days.
But with everything that people are saying, how do we know what is right and wrong anymore? Leave that to the Adventist Caricaturist and Adam and Eve...or Steve, if you live in California.
In honor of today's auspicious observance of the day of all Hallows (saintly ones) and of the recent Ellen White Conference, I offer you my humble work of art.
The Adventist News Network reports the church is tightening its belt:
Halloween really spooks some Adventists (no fun intended):
"Seventh-day Adventists recognize that spiritualism has many faces. Some of them may seem harmless and even fun. Nevertheless, they lead children and adults away from God's truth, and can become stepping stones to further entanglement with the occult. Therefore, we do not recommend participation in the celebrations and festivities in connection with Halloween."
Gerhard Pfandl, Ph.D.
Both of them are sturdy, adventurous and fun loving. Both have large engines and are equally at home on the streets or on rugged off-road terrain.
But if you had to choose just one, which Pathfinder would you prefer and why?
In a contest of speed, power and agility, which Pathfinder would you put your money on?
The Adventist Caricaturist has struck again!
Different rhetoric, similar methods.
What say you?