Publications

Books:

Pierce, Seth J.. Pride & seek: an unexpected spiritual journey. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Pub. Association, 2005.

Pierce, Seth J.. What we believe for teens. Nampa, Idaho: Pacific Press Pub. Association, 2007.

Pierce, Seth J.. Prophecies of Daniel for teens. Nampa, Idaho: Pacific Press Pub. Association, 2012.

Pierce, Seth J.. Prophecies of Revelation for teens. Nampa Idaho: Pacific Press Pub. Association, 2013.

Pierce, Seth J.. Prophecies of Daniel made simple: personal and small group study guide. Nampa Idaho: Pacific Press, 2014.

Pierce, S. J. (2015). What we believe: Getting to know Ellen White for teens. Nampa, ID: Pacific Press.

Select Articles:

Pierce , Seth . “Old World Made New.” Signs of the Times, September 2012.

Pierce, Seth (2008). “Adventist Review : Avoidance Is Not an Option.” Hagerstown, MD: Adventist Review.

Pierce, Seth. (2010). “The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time | Spectrum Magazine.” The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time | Spectrum Magazine.

Pierce, Seth . “Crossing the Generational Divide Pt. 1.” The Gleaner, January 2014, 40-41.

Pierce, Seth. “Unconfusing the Confusing .” Signs of the Times, July 2011.

Pierce, Seth. “Crossing the Generational Divide Pt. 2.” The Gleaner, February 2014, 40-41.

Pierce, S. J. (2014). Caught Up in the Rapture: How Bad Theology Hit the Big Screen. Retrieved June 09, 2016, from https://thecompassmagazine.com/blog/caught-up-in-the-rapture-how-bad-theology-hit-the-big-screen

Paper Presentations:

Pierce, Seth. (2015, March). Curing Sadventism: Is Laughter the Best Medicine for the SDA Church?. Paper Presented at the Pacific Northwest Regional American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature meetings, Portland, Oregon.

Various Reviews:

Great stories. Solid truth. Readily available. ~  John McVay, Walla Walla University President

“Masterfully bridges the familiar with the unfamiliar” David Smith, Senior Pastor Collegedale SDA Church, Southern University

“A refreshing, Christ-centered approach to Revelation that is heartwarming and faithful to Scripture. I wish it the widest circulation.” ~ David Shin, GYC Board of Directors 
“Brings us home to Jesus through the pages of Revelation. This needs to be in your library today” ~ Japhet De Oliveira, The One Project