Exposing Seventh-Day Adventism

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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...

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Overview

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.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595363421
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/2005
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 980,001
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2007

    Wonderfully Written!

    Great detail how Kelly exposes the Seventh-day Adventist Religion. The Seventh-day Adventists believe if people don't worship the Lord on Saturday Sabbath, they will automatically get the mark of the beast(666) this includes Sunday church goers. Kelly exposes how the Seventh-day Adventist Religion trick people into believing in the Sabbath & getting them 'hooked' on the Sabbath to make unbelievers & other Christians convert into Adventism. Kelly also exposes their false prophetess Ellen G. White. I highly recommend people to read Kelly's book before considering joining the Seventh-day Adventist religion and for people to read Kelly's book to educate themselves learning about what exactlly the Seventh-day Adventist religion truly teaches, follows and believes in.

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  • Posted May 27, 2013

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    the first day of the week IS sunday so obviously god rested on t

    the first day of the week IS sunday so obviously god rested on the 7th day, Saturday...also Nietzsche fulfilled the great disappointment by being born a week after the prediction of christss return, thereby fulfilling the prophecy

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