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  1. Fundamental Beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists

    The official statement of core beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists.

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  2. What Human Nature Did Jesus Take? Fallen

    An exposition of the view that in the Incarnation Jesus took the nature of fallen Adam.

    Author: Kenneth Gage

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  3. The Dynamics of Salvation

    A concise study of how humans are saved.

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  4. Some Thoughts on Original Sin

    What do we mean by original sin, and is it taught in the Bible rather than based in Catholic theology alone?

    Author: Gerhard Pfandl

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  5. The Remnant and the Adventist Church

    Discussion and evaluation of modern trends in the interpretation of the concept of the remnant, and a description of its biblical and eschatological significance.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  6. Prophetic Basis of Adventism

    Explores several prophetic themes relevant to the second advent of Christ.

    Author: Hans K. La Rondelle

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  7. Soteriology Seminar in Bulgaria

    death from the perspective of the trinity and the great controversy.  Dr. Wahlen dealt with salvation ...
  8. April 2011

    The Great Controversy. While these inspired authors provide us with a good preview of what lies ahead, ... Revelation, the early chapters of The Great Controversy have a similar purpose. Church history becomes a guide ... the Bible for ourselves (see Ellen G. White, The Great Controversy, 93, 164). “The Holy Scriptures ...
  9. Human Nature and Destiny

    Author: Miroslav M. Kiš

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  10. October 2017

    Scripture.12 She herself wrote in the preface to the Great Controversy that the gifts of the Spirit do not ... assistance on historical matters for the Great Controversy (1911) and Prophets and Kings (1917)—that he came ... addressed only a particular group of people at the time of the end (Rev 12:17; 19:10).2 In the late 1840s, ...