Exploring the Heavenly Sanctuary: Understanding Seventh-Day Adventist Theology

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Religion - 112 pages
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Marc Rasell's Exploring The Heavenly Sanctuary is a judicious interpolation and interpretation for layman and scholar of the main points of Seventh-Day Adventist theology. Christ is revealed as our High Priest who intercedes for us in the heavenly Temple. This is the heart of the Seventh-day Adventist message. Rasell addresses issues such as, Can we be sure there is a real temple in heaven?; What is the purpose of this temple?; When does the judgment start? Do we need to keep the Ten Commandments?; Should we observe a literal Sabbath?; and much more of vital importance to Christians awaiting the details of redemptive prophecies coming to their conclusions.

The heavenly sanctuary reveals Jesus who ever intercedes for us (Hebrews 7:25).

 

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Contents

Enduring Persecution
1
The Danger of Drifting
7
A Sabbath Rest
13
The Immutability of Christs Priesthood
21
A Temple in Heaven
26
Garbage Collection
35
The Metal Man
41
Beasts from the Sea
46
Biblical Mathematics
56
History Repeated
70
The City of God
78
Epilogue
83
My Testimony
85
About the Author
87
Further Information
89
Endnotes
91

An Attack on Gods Sanctuary
51

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About the author (2009)

Marc Rasell was born in Oxford and grew up in a countryside village in Oxfordshire. He became a member of the Anglican Church at the age of 12 where he heard the Word of God and was converted. He later went on to become a Seventh-day Adventist after accepting the Sabbath truth. He studied at Newbold College, Bracknell and received a BA in Theology and then an MA in Religion, accredited by Andrews University. Following that, he spent a year in South Korea teaching English as a foreign language and taught some Bible lessons. While he was in South Korea he got married and returned to England. He eventually found employment with the church and worked for a couple of years at the Adventist Discovery Centre office in the British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Watford. He was then called by the church to work as a ministerial intern and then as a licensed minister for the South England Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in East Anglia and Cornwall. He is currently serving as an elder of the Bodmin Seventh-day Adventist Church and as a full time self-employed colporteur (literature evangelist) selling church books on health, the Bible, and children's stories. He lives in Cornwall and has three children.

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