The Kingdom of the Cults - Study Guide The Puzzle of Seventh Day Adventism Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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Seventh Day Adventists (SDAs) believe their founder, Ellen G. White, was anointed with the gift of prophecy to interpret Scripture. White was accused by some of plagiarizing and misusing her prophetic gift yet she was never called a false prophet since she was true to the main doctrines of the Christian faith. SDAs acknowledge not everything she said was inspired by God or infallible. They believe the Bible is inerrant and superior to White's writings. For them, the Bible is the final authority on all matters of their faith.

The Great Second Advent Awakening swept through the United States in the 1840's and was led by William Miller. Miller was born in 1782 in Massachusetts and was a deeply religious Christian. He taught that around 1843 Jesus Christ would come again. The author reminds the reader that...

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