Learn English, Adventist world church leaders say

All theology students at Peruvian Union University are required to pass advanced level English courses before receiving their degrees, school administrators say. [photos: Ansel Oliver/ANN] The early Christian church had Greek and Latin; today’s Seventh-day Adventist community uses English as it’s common language. In many parts of Asia and South America, Adventist employees are attending classes in reading, writing and speaking English to aid working relationships with their counterparts around the world

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