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Are Seventh-Day Adventists False Prophets?: A Former Insider Speaks Out (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 ago 2012

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31 di 47 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Too much misquotation and exclamation 30 dicembre 2000
Di Ethan Pooley - Pubblicato su
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While open to the author's claims, I found that this is not a fair or reasonable book. Had I been only a bit less aware of SDA doctrines, or of Ellen White's writings, I might have been favorably impressed. However, some passages just didn't ring true. Slattery's apparently assumes, for example, that every word penned by Ellen White is believed by SDA's to be the inspired word of God. How else could he use extracts from her personal letters to "disprove" her divine inspiration? Additionally, many of his arguments against SDA doctrine are actually arguments against misunderstandings of those doctrines. That these misunderstandings were held by Slattery or his SDA associates is not evidence that the actual doctrines are false. Finally, Slattery employs a tone of condescension throughout that is annoying and quite misplaced. If Slattery had thought through SDA doctrine (or whatever doctrine he now ascribes to) as thoroughly as the SDA founders did, I doubt he would have written in such a voice. I doubt he would have written at all.

Update Feb 2009: I am not even an SDA myself anymore, but still agree with everything I initially put into this review. A terrible critique of Adventism and Ellen White, suffering from an utter lack of charity or fairness.
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5.0 su 5 stelle I'm glad that I have read this book because it confirms ... 3 luglio 2014
Di Troy E. West - Pubblicato su
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This book is concise and straight o the point. Anyone who has spent considerable time in the SDA church, and been educated in the traditions of the church, will have their doubts cleared up after reading this book. I noticed that the author has shared the pain points of many SDA's concerning theology, Ellen White, and the issues of Salvation in general and especially the Gospel. I'm glad that I have read this book because it confirms the conclusions that I had already made as an independent thinker and lets me know I was not alone.
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5.0 su 5 stelle well done 11 giugno 2013
Di shiloh - Pubblicato su
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John 3:16-17
New International Version (NIV)
16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.
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1.0 su 5 stelle Study Bible + Study EGWhite = FREE 2 luglio 2012
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Good day.

I too grew up in a Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) home. I attended the SDA theological seminary one year, and after many years of studying the Bible and the Ellen G. White writings (her books are used as textbooks in their colleges), I discovered that no one who studies both, the Bible "and" the E.G. White books, is able nor capable of remaining in support of the Seventh-Day Adventist organization.

The writer who posted the following statement reflects the fundamental reason why he/she supports the SDA:


Study, study, study,...

"Let no one deceive you..." Mathew 24.

Noe L.
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5.0 su 5 stelle "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" John 8:32(KJV) 7 maggio 2013
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I was born and raised in the SDA church and school system (third generation on both sides of my parents). As a small child, I had many fears of end time events, specifically about the Sunday-law persecution of Sabbath keepers (taught from Ellen G. White's book The Great Controversy, p.592). I was also very much afraid that I would not be `good enough' to go to heaven, and that at any time if I were to die without being perfect, I would surely not enter. These fears were only made worse as I became old enough to read Ellen G. White's books for myself; when reading her material I would have a terrible insecurity that I would never be good enough or achieve the perfection that seemed to be required. I spoke to my mother about these feelings and her response was that my sinful heart must be the problem. My mother told me that she found Ellen White's writings to be such an inspiration and beautiful expansion on Biblical truths; that we all should uphold those standards. As an adult, I stopped reading Ellen White's books, and through only reading the Bible came to the knowledge that my salvation has nothing to do with how `good' I am. (I suppose this is common knowledge for most Christians, but definitely wasn't in the SDA environment I grew up in). This new knowledge set me free to serve and love Jesus with a heart full of gratitude for His sacrifice, and ever since I have treasured the knowledge that my salvation is sure! Ellen White teaches that you can never claim to be saved, that we all are under investigation (this is the SDA's unbiblical teaching of the sanctuary doctrine, which came into teaching as a secondary conjecture after Jesus failed to appear on Oct. 22, 1844).
The book, Are Seventh-Day Adventists False Prophets? By Wallace Slattery was the next step in helping to truly set me free as a Christian. I relate to all Mr. Slattery spoke about being raised in the SDA organization. I have only recently studied into the historical facts (from other sources other than just the slanted events presented from the church) of the formation of the SDA church and prophecies of Ellen White, and am still in a bit of shock realizing that my entire life, the `TRUTH' was actually teachings of a false prophetess. I do not blame my parents or grandparents for misleading me, each are/were sincere Christian people, who sincerely believed what was presented to them was the whole truth. But not all the historical facts have been available so easily as in our age of technology. I thank Mr. Slattery and his wife for following the truth that God presented to them, and for bravely publishing their story. It has been a stepping stone in my path to spiritual freedom! "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" John 8:32(KJV)