What does the Seventh-day Adventist Church stand for? What is it accomplishing in the world today? What are the beliefs of its members? And does it really matter what church you belong to?
Find answers to these questions and more—and separate facts from fables—in this fresh, compelling exploration of Adventism with Pastor Doug Batchelor! You’ll discover the origin of the name Seventh-day Adventist, look at a brief history of the church, and get a fascinating glimpse into the ministries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church today. Plus, examine the key teachings of the church and their overwhelming scriptural support, including: Salvation, Baptism, The Trinity, Health, The Ten Commandments, The Sanctuary, The Sabbath, State of the Dead, Hellfire, The Second Coming, and much more!
A great way to reinforce your own faith and to share the truth with friends and family! Also an excellent resource for new believers and those preparing for baptism.
No subtitles available. English only.
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I love the content of the CD and it was very informative., however it was too long in my opinion. Someone watching it might get tempted not to watch it to the end.. I wanted.to give these out to our community.
A timely set of revelations of truth!
The best series that I have seen that reveals the whole history of the Sabbath and Sabbathkeeping. Very informative, well-planned, well-written and masterfully presented!
This is a wonderful historical trail that follows the institution of the Sabbath down thru time. It's extremely well done & easy to understand.
One of my favorite DVD series EVER!
I had watched the series a few times before and had considered buying it serveral times. I finally got it and I'm already watching it again. There is so much information in it, and all of it presented in a very "easy to understand" way. Plenty of visual examples help visualize what is being said. Arguments are very convincing although there are always things one can disagree about. All in all, a very good study into the Sabbath issue and why it is still relevant today.