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Reformation & Church History

The Urgent Voice

(Robert Gale - 148 pages)

The title of this book, The Urgent Voice, is a fitting one. It describes William Miller's communication of the burden, the obligation, he felt God had put upon him to warn the men and women of this day that the second coming of Christ and the end of all things earthly would come "about the year 1843." [Click for more info ->]

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Pastor James White and Unfulfilled Prophecy

(Louis Were - 14 pages)

Pastor James White questioned the validity of employing current history to interpret prophecy. In that day, many eyes turned to the conflict between Turkey and Russia for the fulfillment of Daniel’s prophecy of the King of the North, which would precede the Second Coming of Jesus. Within just a few months, this interpretation was proved to be completely false, and many who had placed their faith in this political interpretation of Bible prophecy experienced bitter, faith-breaking disappointment. [Click for more info ->]

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The Vanishing Protestant

(Charles E. Lawson - 32 pages)

With the events in 2014 surrounding Pope Francis and Tony Palmer’s declaration that “the protest is over” at the Kenneth Copeland Ministers’ Conference on January 21, 2014, do we stop and ask ourselves, “What protest?” Do we know what a Protestant is? When did “the protest” occur? [Click for more info ->]

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The Antichrist Identified

(Steve Wohlberg - 32 pages)

Before unmasking the identity of the antichrist, author Steve Wohlberg, carefully lays the groundwork by discussing the meaning of the term “antichrist” and pointing out the necessity and importance of studying the Bible for ourselves before he artfully launches into the various biblical factors that identify the first beast of Revelation 13. [Click for more info ->]

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Three Adventist Titans

(Albert Dittes - 103 pages)

Today, Seventh-day Adventists are known for their healthcare institutions and their work in the field of medicine, but it wasn’t always that way. In the late 1800s and early 1900s the Adventist Church was still in its infancy, and the medical work was just getting started. As with the introduction of anything new, there were bumps in the road as the church embarked on the work of obeying the divine instruction to combine taking care of physical needs with gospel proclamation. But did the way need to be so rough? [Click for more info ->]

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