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by Russell Earl Kelly

eBook Exposing Seventh-day Adventism download ISBN: 0595363423
Author: Russell Earl Kelly
Publisher: Writer's Club Press; 2 edition (July 22, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 236
ePub: 1761 kb
Fb2: 1852 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Protestantism

Seventh-day Adventism entices members into it using trickery and half-truths. They tell the unenlightened public one thing and insiders yet another. Kelly explains how he was tricked into joining. He then refutes the theological fiasco called the Investigative Judgment which created the sect.

Seventh-day Adventism entices members into it using trickery and half-truths. Much of the book looks at the Sabbath with fresh insight.

Seventh-day Adventism entices members into it using trickery and half-truths

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From: Exposing Seventh-day Adventism. The Investigative Judgment Doctrine is the cultic doctrine of Seventh-day Adventism which they cannot explain. Yet it is the only reason for their existence. The Investigative Judgment (from their false explanation of Daniel 8:14) is built on the SDA presupposition that their interpretation of Daniel 8:10-12 is correct.

Russell Earl Kelly is an American Christian theologian, apologist, author, speaker and blogger. He writes non-fictional theological books

Russell Earl Kelly is an American Christian theologian, apologist, author, speaker and blogger. He writes non-fictional theological books. Russell is best known for evangelizing and debating why tithing 10% to one's church is not a Christian obligation. His conclusion places him in company with Christian leaders including John F. MacArthur, J. Vernon McGee and C. I. Scofield. Books related to Exposing Seventh-Day Adventism. com under "Tithing" since 2001.

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Seventh-day Adventism entices members into it using trickery and half-truths. They tell the unenlightened public one thing and insiders yet another.Dr. Kelly explains how he was tricked into joining. He then refutes the theological fiasco called the Investigative Judgment which created the sect. Much of the book looks at the Sabbath with fresh insight. The final part reveals the mysterious realms of Sheol and Hades in order to expose SDA error about the soul.Russell Kelly is also the author of Should the Church Teach Tithing? A Theologian's Conclusions about a Taboo Doctrine-a best seller on Amazon.com under "Tithing" since 2001.
Comments: (7)
Anicasalar
Wow, revealing**
Lynnak
This book is just one of many that prove the SdA is a cult full of deception and lies. Being an ex-Adventist I know first hand the manipulation that they use, praise the Lord through His grace and careful study I am no longer under their manipulation and false doctrine.
Larosa
Very nice book, i would recomend it to anybody. I'm very satisfied. Thanks.
Undeyn
SDA is a cult. book goes into detail on how it started.
zmejka
I read the book twice already and I'm so shocked to find out how wrong the Seventh day Advestist doctrine is. I was a Seventh Day Adventist member but I started to have doubts about the doctrine and started to search for the truth and thanks to the Almighty that he led me to find this great book. I'm so thankful and and pray for abundant blessings for the author. It is a real blessing to read this book. I really encourage any one or seventh day Adventist to read this book.
Dyni
I really can't give a fair review at this point because I've only read the first 4 Chapters. Then I decided I had to put it down for now. It's a bit over my level of scripture knowledge right now.

I sense he is still a little wounded/angry maybe.

Shortly after the purchase of this book I bought 'Kingdom of The Cults' Walter Martin, apparently, a evangelical standard which is very scholarly and objective. Adventism is not considered a cult by Mr. Martin so he covers it in a 125 page appendix. I agree with Mr. Martin's evaluation for the most part, but I believe the 7th Day Adventist heterodox theologies are more dangerous that he reports. I have see it first hand.

I will return to this one eventually, but I'm on some other more pressing discoveries at this time.
Iraraeal
Do not pay attention to those bad reviews. Most of them are SDA imbeciles who would never take the time to read a book like this one. They are just angry because they are being exposed all over the web. This book is a well researched work presenting plenty of evidence that will actually shake those who read it and make them run away from the SDA disastrous cult. An eye opener for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear. If you think you can fit into this category, then give it a try and read it before posting stupidity. Don't be afraid. Great Job Dr. Russell!!

Two Thumbs up!
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