Doug Batchelor’s youth was swamped in wealth, crime, drugs, and depression. Emerging from spiritual rock bottom, his dramatic conversion via a dusty Bible has become the foundation for a dynamic ministry. This collection of his work addresses eschatology and other flashpoints in Christianity today—including speaking in tongues and women in ministry. Gain additional insight into these complicated issues from the popular SDA speaker for the Amazing Facts television and radio ministry.
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In his book The Trinity, Dough Batchelor addresses attacks on the doctrine of the triune God. Batchelor fleshes out the history of trinitarian theology and emphasizes its importance by examining the biblical support for the Godhead. His in-depth exploration covers all the controversial issues surrounding the Trinity
In Understanding Tongues, Doug Batchelor seeks to clear the air surrounding the gift of tongues. Batchelor looks through Scripture to find just what we should expect from the Holy Spirit, and whether speaking in tongues is meant for all believers. Batchelor’s informative volume addresses these and other issues surrounding spiritual gifts.
In Who Will Sing the Song? Understanding the 144,000, Doug Batchelor explains both the allegorical and literal passages about this misunderstood group of saints. Batchelor covers these and other issues in eschatology from an Adventist perspective. Among other topics covered are the 12 tribes, the 12 apostles, the 24 elders, the true Israelites, who will be saved in heaven, and more.
What does the Bible have to say about a woman’s role in ministry? Pastor Doug Batchelor discusses the family and the church, when men fail to lead, God’s love being equal for men and women, how women are a powerful influence in the church, and many more controversial topics.
He’s one of the most controversial figures in the Bible—Michael the archangel. Who is this powerful being? Is he meant to be worshiped? What clues are found in his name, rank, and title? Doug Batchelor’s analysis of Scripture offers insightful clues to these questions.
Doug Batchelor is a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, author, and speaker, as well as the president of the broadcast ministry, Amazing Facts.