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Do you know who you are?

"Of course I know who I am! I am Professor John Smith of Someplace, USA, born to Bob and Patty Smith."

But I'm not talking about your name, your profession, where you live, or who your parents are. Let me reword the question. Do you know who you are in terms of your religious beliefs and relationship with God?

"Of course I know who I am! I am a Seventh-day Adventist."

Okay, but what does that mean?

Dr. Max Hammonds proposes that it goes beyond simply saying that we obey all of the Ten Commandments and that Jesus is coming back to take his followers home to heaven. Presented in this book is a carefully reasoned and biblically sound exploration of familiar topics that we always thought we understood. 

With warm personal stories told in the style of a private conversation at a quiet retreat, Dr. Hammonds works through the basic fundamentals of what it means to be a Christian and a Seventh-day Adventist in the real world, living for God during the "Time of the End". This is not just another book about Adventist doctrines. This book gets at the heart of Christianity while focusing on the special calling we have as Adventists.

©2015 Max Hammond (P)2018 Max Hammond

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A dangerous book for Christians.

A dangerous book for Christians. On the surface this book tries draw a comparison between SDA and orthodox Christianity. It doesn’t work. It plays fast and lose with scripture toward the end of the book and puts a high value on trying to reconcile Millerite false prophecy from the 19th century and the book of Revelation. As well this book paints a false understanding who Jesus is as the Son of God.

Christians should stay away from this book.

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