• Abortion (1992)
    • Defines the biblical framework for understanding the Christian view of life, while acknowledging the moral complexities surrounding prenatal termination of pregnancy.
  • Assisted Human Reproduction (1994)
    • Outlines Christian principles that should be considered when approaching human reproduction, using either artificial or natural means.
  • AIDS (2002)
    • Clearly states the Adventist commitment to "promote awareness, behavioral modification, education, and abstinence" with a special aim to "deal with the myths surrounding HIV/AIDS, including cultural issues" in a global context.
  • Birth Control (1994)
    • Describes ethical principles surrounding different birth control options with regards to stewardship, human freedom, misuse, and gender issues.
  • Care for the Dying (1998)
    • Discusses the Adventist perspective on euthanasia and the biblical and moral principles that inform this perspective.
  • Chemical Use, Abuse, and Dependency (1995)
    • Statement regarding the Church's history of upholding life-promoting behaviors and calling attention to the danger of substance abuse from a biblical perspective.
  • Child Sexual Abuse (1997)
    • Statement that priovides a biblical foundation to the Adventist condemnation of the exploitation of children sexually in a broad range of contexts, both cultural and historical.
  • Commitment to Health and Healing (2009)
    • Affirms the Seventh-day Adventist Church's commitment to health ministry and the goal of improving global health as a continuation of Jesus’ ministry.
  • Drugs (1985)
    • Similar to its statement on substance abuse, this statement reflects the Adventist fundamental belief that "we are to adopt the most healthful diet possible," which precludes a lifestyle involving tobacco, alcoholic beverages, and the misuse of drugs.
  • Environmental Ethics (1996)
    • Clearly states the biblical imperative on environmental stewardship and the responsibility of Christians to care for the resources of the earth.
  • Family Violence (1996)
    • States the Seventh-day Adventist Chuch's biblically-founded responsibility to care for and foster an environment free of domestic violence and to strengthen family life.
  • Female Genital Mutilation (2000)
    • Discusses the biblical principles that are the foundation of Adventist opposition to female genital mutilation.
  • Genetic Interventions (1995)
    • Discusses recent advances in genetic technology that have implications in the future of humanity against the biblical and ethical principles that structure the Adventist worldview.
  • Global Poverty (2010)
    • Presents the Seventh-day Advenist Church's concern for the problem of global poverty in the context of Jesus’ ministry.
  • Healthcare Institution Operating Principles (1988)
    • Describes the considerations to be taken in establishing and governing Adventist health-care institutions from the perspective of Adventist moral principles.
  • Homelessness and Poverty (1990)
    • Emphasizes the Christian duty to the poor and homeless among us using biblical junctions.
  • Homosexuality (2012)
    • Provides a biblical foundation for the Adventist position on sexual intimacy between partners of the same and of different sex.
  • Human Cloning (1998)
    • Outlines Advenist concerns with human stem cell research and the possibility of human cloning in the context of governing biblical principles.
  • Human Gene Therapy (2000)
    • Describes the technologies involved in human gene therapy research and provides readers with biblical values that inform the discussion of these technologies.
  • Human Rights (1998)
    • In the tradition of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Seventh-day Adventist Church affirms the dignity of the human person, based upon their status as cbeing reated in the image of God.
  • Sexual Behavior (1987)
    • Contrasts the biblical moral standard for sexual behavior against the patterns of worldly sensual pleasure.
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (1998)
    • Affirms the Church's stance on biblically sanctioned sexual practices as a means to prevent the transmission of STDs.
  • Smoking and Ethics (1996)
    • States clearly the extent of the Adventist position on smoking behaviors, including justification for the Seventh-day Advenist Church's position on anti-smoking legislation and policy.
  • Smoking and Tobacco (1995)
    • Outlines the Advenist belief in an "ethics of prevention" with regards to tobacco advertising, sticker laws, smoking prohibitions in public places, public education, and higher taxes on cigarettes.
  • Transgenderism (2017)
    • Outlines the biblical principles informing the Adventist discussion of gender dysphoria and transgenderism.