About SDAnet

Statement of Mission

SDAnet is a media organization operated in the public interest by members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. While the owners and operators of SDAnet are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, they are not acting in any way as official spokespersons for the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Except for those contributions which are clearly labeled as official Seventh-day Adventist Church material, the opinions expressed by contributors to the various SDAnet activities are those of the individual authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, nor do they necessarily reflect the opinions of the owners and operators of SDAnet.

SDAnet exists for the following reasons:

  1. To provide information and dialogue about Seventh-day Adventist belief and practice to Seventh-day Adventist church members and the general public.
  2. To provide assistance with electronic dissemination of news and information to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its members.
  3. To operate, and provide space for others to operate, discussion forums which allow for an open exchange of opinions regarding issues of interest to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its members, with the goal of promoting better understanding and unity through dialogue.

The Services We Offer

Mailing lists run by SDAnet

The SDAnet network center was established to support the SDAnet mailing list. Today's SDAnet is available as HTML. Back issues of SDAnet are also available on this server in our archives. If you'd like to reply to something that you see there, send e-mail to sdanet@sdanet.org. The SDAnet mailing list has been operating since 1990 and has the following purposes:

1) To encourage contact between SDA's on various public campuses, industry, and Adventist campuses.

2) To supply information on what Seventh-day Adventists believe. We have the SDA Statement of Fundamental Beliefs on line, and anyone is welcome to ask questions or discuss what they mean.

3) To discuss practical issues of relevance to the Adventist subculture and the world in general.

4) To allow for announcement of gatherings and conferences of interest to the college and university community.

5) To discuss issues in human relations.

To see the full posting policies and information for the SDAnet mailing lists please see sdanet.info.

At Issue

We have an area for scholarly articles on various topics relating to Adventism called At Issue

SDAnet Equipment

Read about the server we run on here.