I have long had a fascination with other beliefs. I began in a non-denominational church, and to say the least, I really did not understand the restraints of the denominations of today. That is, until I joined and preached in a church in Michigan called the Community of Christ, which my first book was largely about. There will never be the perfect church on Earth, especially run by us humans. However, God did leave us the guidelines that he expects us to follow. God did not design our faiths to be separate and in constant conflict with one another, especially over simple doctrinal issues that have, over the centuries, torn God's people apart. He wanted us to worship and praise him as one body, not the separate ones that we are today. With that said, in this study of the Seventh Day Adventists, you the listener can determine if this the church for you, or if it is, as some might conclude, a cult that has pulled God's people away from his word, and set them on a path to damnation.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes to anyone like me curious about other religions.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Who Are the Seven Day Adventists??
The way it began.
Which character – as performed by Joel Dwayne Hair – was your favorite?
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
The book is worth the listen.