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This book has been called the best on the subject by the editor of The Baptist Challenge. Now it has been throughly updated and enlarged. It is diligently researched from official publications of the Seventh-day Adventist organization and proves conclusively that the Seventh-day Adventist gospel is false.
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The book includes selections from D. Canright was an early leader in Adventism who left and became a Baptist pastor.
Third edition updated and enlarged September He was responding to a report issued in April by the Evangelical Alliance of the United Kingdom that describes Hell as a physical place that is occupied by unrepentant sinners.
According to Adventist doctrine, for example, unsaved men do not go to Hell when they die; they merely sleep in the grave awaiting the resurrection. And when the unsaved are finally cast into Hell after the judgment, they are not tormented forever but are annihilated.
Ellen G. And how utterly revolting is the belief that as soon as the breath leaves the body the soul of the impenitent is consigned to the flames of hell! The theory of eternal torment is one of the false doctrines that constitute the wine of the abomination of Babylon. But those who have not, through repentance and faith, secured pardon, must receive the penalty of transgression Proof for this is found in Matthew , in which eternal life is compared to eternal punishment in duration and state.
The Lord Jesus Christ taught that the lost would suffer eternal torment. This is the language of eternal suffering.
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Some have argued that though the fire is eternal, the punishment is not. This is an impossible interpretation, because Christ taught that the punishment of the lost would be worse than a violent destruction or loss of existence.
In verse 43, Jesus began to describe the horrors of Hell. In other words, Hell is going to be worse than any violent destruction.
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The suffering is eternal in duration. All the ramifications of this doctrine might be difficult for us to understand, but the truth remains that God has revealed it and our part is to accept it by faith. Hell is a place of fire, and it is a place where the suffering is eternal.
These Scriptures should be a loud warning to every man, woman, and child that life is no game; salvation is not a thing to delay for even an hour. God is not only a God of love, but also a holy God of judgment. The torment of Hell is as eternal as the bliss of Heaven.
Yet the ecumenical movement is promoting this very thing. The Seventh-day Adventists are becoming increasingly involved with ecumenical endeavors. The door was opened by the late Walter Martin, founder of the Christian Research Institute, who taught that Adventists should be accepted as an evangelical group with a few quirky doctrines. Martin disseminated this dangerous thinking widely in his influential book Kingdom of the Cults, and he was joined in this by Donald Grey Barnhouse, pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.
New books on cults are going a step further than Walter Martin by omitting Seventh-day Adventism altogether.
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Previous editions , , of this book were entitled Examining the Cults and dealt with Roman Catholicism and Adventism, but the edition omits both. Everywhere we look we find Adventists participating in ecumenical ventures.
Adventists are members of many local ministerial associations, including Riverside, California, and Honolulu, Hawaii. Adventists participated in a Graham crusade in Germany in Three prominent Roman Catholics were on the committee. Speaking in , the president of the National Association of Evangelicals in America reported that there is growing cooperation between evangelicals and Catholics and others, including Seventh-day Adventists.
Evangelical leader Tony Campolo has spoken on numerous Adventist university campuses and in he spoke at the International Conference on Adventists in the Community.
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Adventists participate in the massive Urbana conferences for college students sponsored by InterVarsity Fellowship. Southern Baptist president Tom Ellif was one of the speakers.
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