Graffiti in the Holy of Holies: An Impassion Response to Recent Attacks on the Sanctuary and Ellen White

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Pacific Press Publishing, Feb 1, 2004 - Religion - 175 pages
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In books, on the Internet, and through his own publication, an outspoken former adventist minister is attacking our church, especially the 1844 Investigative Judgment. These shots take aim at the heart of Adventism, extending to Ellen White, who is being called a "false prophet" because she supported the sanctuary doctrine. How can we respond? Can 1844 and the investigative judgment be supported biblically? Is this teaching contrary to the gospel, as this ex-Adventist minister claims, or are these challenges misguided efforts to blemish one of the most important revelations of God's character?In Graffiti in the Holy of Holies, author and church apologist, Clifford Goldstein, examines the arguments against Ellen White and the pre-Advent judgment, and responds, point-by-point. The result is a thoughtful and clear defense that goes beyond his earlier 1844 Made Simple in revealing the Bible-based, and gospel-uplifting truth about the sanctuary. At the same time Goldstein confronts and sweeps away myths concerning Ellen White, and affirms her prophetic gift. Vandals are attempting to spoil your faith. The time to know the difference between the Word of God and the graffiti of man is now. This book will make that difference crystal clear. - 1. Three-Legged Stools.2. Sliver in the Foot.3. The Antiochus Epiphany.4. From Antiquity to Eternity.5. Weakest Links?.6. The Gospel and the Judgement.7. The Gift of Prophecy
 

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Contents

ThreeLegged Stools
7
Sliver in the Foot 1
17
The Antiochus Epiphany
21
From Antiquity to Eternity
45
Weakest Links?
73
The Gospel and the Judgment
115
The Gift of Prophecy
143
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