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John C. Brunt

Vice President for Academic Administration

Walla Walla University

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Brunt - How Shall We Keep the Sabbath?

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John Brunt, Ph.D.
John Brunt, Ph.D., is vice president for academic administration at Walla Walla College, Walla Walla, Washington. Portions of this article are adapted from John Brunt's "Jesus Way With the Sabbath" in Festival of the Sabbath, edited by Roy Branson, copyright 1985, Takoma Park, Maryland, Association of Adventist Forums.


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by John C. Brunt
John C. Brunt, Vice President for Academic Administration at Walla Walla College, authored the second presentation entitled "Adventists, Abortion and the Bible," [21] selected for publication in this book edited by Larson. Right at the beginning of his discussion, Brunt made it clear that his objective was not to express his opinion on the controversial issue of abortion: The purpose of the study is not to offer a position on the question of abortion itself. It is rather to lay some hermeneutical foundation on which future discussion may build. [22] Brunt began his presentation by making a reference to the frequency of publications on the subject in the SDA periodicals. This is significant, since following the publication of this book the number of articles published by the SDA media seems to have come to a sudden halt. For almost two decades Adventist periodicals (especially Ministry and Spectrum) have, with moderate frequency, included discussions and debates on the problem of abortion. It is hardly surprising, given the Adventist commitment to the authority of Scripture, to find that the Bible plays a prominent role in these discussions. [23] Brunt then proceeded to talk about the apparent Biblical silence on the issue of abortion, which can be used to buttress opposing conclusions. Next, Brunt mentioned that James Londis "is on safer ground when he uses the silence of the Bible to argue for tolerance and warns against those on either side of the issue becoming dogmatic and judgmental. Perhaps we should ask Brunt the following question: Slavery and polygamy are important subjects, and the Bible speaks about these moral issues. Can we conclude from what the Bible says about these topics that the practice of slavery and polygamy are wrong? Brunt then mentioned the opinions of those SDAs who argue that the Bible is a source of moral rules that preclude the use of violence against the innocent. The classic example is the Commandment that reads: "You shall not murder. [28] There seems to exist a clear contrast between executing a criminal, whose guilt has been established, and taking the life of the unborn that has done no wrong. Less clear is the biblical passage imposing a monetary penalty for a miscarriage resulting from acts of violence. [29] No matter which way the injunction is interpreted, it would be hard to apply said biblical text to abortion, since there is a difference between the accidental and the intentional harm or even death of the fetus. Brunt agrees with Gerald Winslow that there is no clear biblical reference to the precise moment the personhood of the developing baby is established, in spite of the numerous biblical references revealing "God's purpose for specific individuals while they were still in the womb. These include Jeremiah (Jer. 1:5), John the Baptist (Luke 1), and Paul (Gal. 1:15)" and "Jesus' warning against despising 'little ones' in Matthew 18:10. [30] He also made reference to the divergent interpretation of principles dealing with individual freedom and the almost universal SDA agreement that in the case of pregnancy resulting from rape, it is difficult to determine who the victim is: the young woman or the unborn baby. [31] In his concluding remarks, Brunt stated the following: "Respect for the Bible's agenda includes respect for its silence.


.::San Diego Adventist Forum::.

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March 8 ~ John Brunt, Ph.D.Facilitator(s): John Brunt, Ph.D.John C. Brunt is senior pastor of the Azure Hills Se-venth-day Adventist Church in Grand Terrace, Cali-fornia, and adjunct professor of religion at Loma Linda University.He is a graduate of La Sierra University, Andrews University, and holds a Ph.D. in New Testament studies from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.He served as a pastor in the Southeastern California Conference from 1965-1971.For the next thirty-one years he served at Walla Walla College in Washington State as a religion teacher (1971-1983), dean of the School of Theology (1983-1990), and academic vice president (1990-2002).He returned to California to pastor the Azure Hills Church in the summer of 2002.His wife, Ione, is a certified nurse midwife who practices at Kaiser Hospital in Fontana.They have two married children.Dr. Brunt was the presenter at SDAF Retreat #6 in May, 2002, expanding the attendees understanding of The Culture and Social Milieu of Paul's Day.Most all who have met and heard this Adventist scholar-theologian, have come to appreciate his candor, his cordiality, and his convictions."There are some clear differences between practical post-modernism and the traditional practices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church", notes Dr. Brunt.


Views to Use

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Views to Use - Pastor John BruntIn a refreshing new way of looking at the Bible, Pastor John Brunt gives short sermons focusing on particular Biblical principles.Each sermon is followed by a panel discussion on the practical relevance of that principle to everyday life.John C. Brunt is senior pastor of the Azure Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church in Grand Terrace, California, and adjunct professor of religion at Loma Linda University.He is a graduate of La Sierra University, Andrews University, and holds a Ph.D. in New Testament studies from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.He served as a pastor in the Southeastern California Conference from 1965-1971.For the next thirty-one years he served at Walla Walla College in Washington State as a religion teacher (1971-1983), dean of the School of Theology (1983-1990), and academic vice president (1990-2002).He returned to California to pastor the Azure Hills Church in the summer of 2002.His wife, Ione, is a certified nurse midwife who practices at Kaiser Hospital in Fontana.


News Release

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John BruntJohn Brunt, vice president for Academic Administration at Walla Walla College, is the new senior pastor of the Azure Hills Church in Grand Terrace, California.


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