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The John Ankerberg Show

Seventh Day Adventism: Who Is Telling the Truth?

Guests: Dr. William Johnsson, Dr. Walter Martin

Description: Dr. William Johnsson and Dr. Walter Martin examine why so many evangelical men and women have been asked to leave Adventism and whether or not the writings of Ellen G. White should be considered to be of equal authority as the Scriptures. (Video posted with permission of John Ankerberg - the 5 parts below can be purchased in one set HERE through ATRI).

 
Program 1 - Seventh-day Adventism

 

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Martin:

"Is Mrs. White the infallible interpreter of Holy Scripture? If Mrs. White is the infallible interpreter and you cannot disagree with her on the Investigative Judgment, on anything else - if that's true then she has become a pope above the Scriptures. Who can now judge Mrs. White? The moment anybody quotes Scripture to disagree with her the denomination says, 'You're controverting the Spirit of Prophecy.' What is the solution to the dilemma? If she is the infallible interpreter, then nobody can judge her. If she is not the infallible interpreter, then she is subject to the Scripture, and all these men who are making just criticisms, exegesis, theories, and so on are just as entitled to it as Mrs. White was."

 
Program 2 - Seventh-day Adventist Beliefs

 

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Program 3 - Was Ellen G. White a true prophet? Did she plagiarize some of her writings?

 

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Program 4 - How would you evaluate Ellen G. White?

 

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Program 5 - Seventh-day Adventism

 

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