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I read the Bible.

This is one of my most frequented sites- https://www.biblegateway.com/

Charles Spurgeon was a famous preacher from the 19th century (died in 1892 at the age of 57). He is known as the Prince of Preachers and his sermons have been translated to many languages. Sermons can be used as a springboard for further studies-

https://www.thekingdomcollective.com/spurgeon/list/

Walter Veith is a Seventh Day Adventist, like Ben Carson, and put out a video series Total Onslaught which is very informative, but I say that with some caveats due to his denomination.

As far as Seventh Day Adventism goes, I don't believe Ellen White is a prophetess, and is in fact a false prophetess, but I find the denomination interesting for one reason - their theology is mostly mainline Protestant doctrine from 1844 with some deception mixed in. Once you remove Ellen White's writing, and her Investigative Judgment doctrine from the mix, you're left with a snapshot of what Protestants in this country used to believe before the Rockefellers took over the theological seminaries in the United States in the early 1900s.

Here's a link to the Total Onslaught video series on Veith's website-

https://adtv.watch/series/total-onslaught

You can either skip (or watch with care) episodes 22 and 28-32 as those are the Adventist specific videos.

Here's some warnings on Adventism to keep in mind- https://www.jesus-is-savior.com/False%20Religions/Seventh-Day%20Adventist/nwo.htm

86 days ago
1 score
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I read the Bible.

This is one of my most frequented sites- https://www.biblegateway.com/

Charles Spurgeon was a famous preacher from the 19th century (died in 1892 at the age of 57). He is known as the Prince of Preachers and his sermons have been translated to many languages. Sermons can be used as a springboard for further studies-

https://www.thekingdomcollective.com/spurgeon/list/

Walter Veith is a Seventh Day Adventist, like Ben Carson, and put out a video series Total Onslaught which is very informative, but I say that with some caveats due to his denomination.

As far as Seventh Day Adventism goes, I don't believe Ellen White is a prophetess, and is in fact a false prophetess, but I find the denomination interesting for one reason - their theology is mostly mainline Protestant doctrine from 1844 with some deception mixed in. Once you remove Ellen White's writing, and her Investigative Judgment doctrine from the mix, you're left with a snapshot of what Protestants in this country used to believe before the Rockefellers took over the theological seminaries in the United States in the early 1900s.

Here's a link to the Total Onslaught video series on Veith's website-

https://adtv.watch/series/total-onslaught

You can either skip (or watch with care) episodes 22 and 28-32 as those are the Adventist specific videos.

Here's some more info on Adventism to keep in mind- https://www.jesus-is-savior.com/False%20Religions/Seventh-Day%20Adventist/nwo.htm

86 days ago
1 score
Reason: Original

I read the Bible.

This is one of my most frequented sites- https://www.biblegateway.com/

Charles Spurgeon was a famous preacher from the 19th century (died in 1892 at the age of 57). He is known as the Prince of Preachers and his sermons have been translated to many languages. Sermons can be used as a springboard for further studies-

https://www.thekingdomcollective.com/spurgeon/list/

Walter Veith is a Seventh Day Adventist, like Ben Carson, and put out a video series Total Onslaught which is very informative, but I say that with some caveats due to his denomination.

As far as Seventh Day Adventism goes, I don't believe Ellen White is a prophetess, and is in fact a false prophetess, but I find the denomination interesting for one reason - their theology is mostly mainline Protestant doctrine from 1844 with some deception mixed in. Once you remove Ellen White's writing, and her Investigative Judgment doctrine from the mix, you're left with a snapshot of what Protestants in this country used to believe before the Rockefellers took over the theological seminaries in the United States in the early 1900s.

Here's a link to the Total Onslaught video series on Veith's website-

https://adtv.watch/series/total-onslaught

You can either skip (or watch with care) episodes 22 and 28-32 as those are the Adventist specific videos.

86 days ago
1 score