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Feast Days: Shadows of Our Faith by Herbert Douglass

Publisher: Amazing Facts

Product Code: BK-FD

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Is observing the ancient Israelite festivals mandated by Scripture for Christians today? Some say it is, insisting that by rejecting them, we're disobeying a direct command of God, while others say they have been nailed to the cross. What is the truth? This thought-provoking book answers such questions.

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01/14/2015
Wdboyd2876
Nashville, TN

Very eye opening!

Personal study and this was very informative for my spiritual growth and understanding

J
05/09/2014
jka1950
Chesapeake, VA

Christ & the Sanctuary

It showed ways Christ would have opened the scriptures for His disciples. Also, it showed me the true meaning of the sanctuary service as well as explaining references to Christ as the tabernacle. I found it helpful and enlightening.

A
05/05/2014
Axeltiguere1976
Tarrytown, NY

Great to bring to light confusion

This book explained in detail the confusion behind Col. 2:16, which many have used to have an excuse of saying that the Seventh day blessed by God was abolished..... Great book to send a clear message.

S
12/29/2013
Starrider888
Theodore, Al

Informative Book

I wish Mr. Douglass had summarized or placed a chart at the end showing which days are still to be observed.I still am not sure. I know the Sabbath is forever but am not sure about the ones Leviticus says are forever. There was so much material presented,it became confusing for a "baby" Christian (I am 68).

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03/07/2013
Sue
Keenesburg, CO

The 'headline' is right to the point!

I'm glad that Herbert Douglas took the time to address this subject matter, as the information in this book is much needed at this time to inform others of not being taken in by those who 'choose' to be Feast Day keepers. If this really was important for us to keep, E.G. White would have emphasized it in her writings, & she did not. I agree that the Feast Days were to be kept up until the time of Christ - as they were commanded to be kept until that time.

Herbert Douglass

Herbert DouglassDuring his 60+ year ministry, Dr. Douglass served as a college theology professor, college president (Atlantic Union College), vice-president of a publishing house, president of a wellness facility (Weimar Institute), vice-president for philanthropy at Adventist Heritage Ministry, and most recently, as consultant for Amazing Facts Ministry. Author of many books and articles, Dr. Douglass earned his doctorate in 1964 at the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, California.

Feast Days: Shadows of Our Faith by Herbert Douglass