In this volume, Martin Weber addresses major challenges to Seventh-day Adventist fundamental beliefs and dialogues with other Christians. Inspired by a public forum at which Adventism was critiqued without the opportunity for discussion, Weber presents SDA beliefs in a grace-based context. He also explains how Adventist doctrine can and should be grounded in Scripture alone.
Weber candidly acknowledges that many of his fellow SDAs suffer from legalism in promoting the Sabbath with a cultish view of Ellen G. White and the pre-Advent judgment. He testifies to his own experience of emerging from suffocating legalism to embrace truth from a biblical, Christ-centered perspective. This book is based on his website www.SDAforme.com.
The Logos edition enhances this volume with helpful digital functionality. Easily cross-reference scholarly works on eschatology and prophecy. Scripture citations appear on mouseover in your preferred English translation. The fully indexed texts enable instant search results. Keep connected with your small group with Faithlife and take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place so you get the most out of your study.
Martin Weber pastored 11 congregations during four decades of ministry throughout the United States and Canada, trained clergy on five continents, was an associate editor of Ministry magazine, and served as a police chaplain. He attended Regent College and Carey Theological College, doing doctoral research on the attrition of young adult children of SDA clergy. Weber is also the author of Hurt, Healing, and Happy Again, My Tortured Conscience, and God Was There: True Stories of a Police Chaplain. He currently manages SDA content at Logos Bible Software.