BOOKS ON DOCTRINE: Godhead
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Another Jesus, Another Gospel
This book exposes the errors of the trinity doctrine, which through metaphors and role-plays teaches another Jesus and another gospel. The second half of this book contains a list of 15 answers to objections based on the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy.
The Wondrous Love of God
The most powerful illustration of God's love for us is seen in Him sending His only begotten Son to earth in order to save us. This book is perfect for those without an Adventist background as its evidence is wholly based upon the Bible without any reference to the Spirit of Prophecy.
The Altar of the Lord
Does the story of Elijah on Mount Carmel have any relevance for us today? In this transcript, we find an examination of what the altar represents, as well as what it means to both destroy the altar and to restore it.
Christ and the Trinity
Centred on Matthew 16:13-18, this book reveals how a belief in the literal Sonship of Christ is the cornerstone doctrine of which Jesus said: "upon this rock will I build my church". An objective analysis of the two foundations of worship - the trinity and Matthew 16:16.
Building on Solid Rock
Bob and Peggy Boyd
An exploration of how the trinity doctrine denies the true Father-Son relationship and thereby rejects the solid rock upon which Christ built the church. This book contains evidence from both the Bible and SOP.
The Elijah Message
Before the second coming of Christ there will sound a last-day message which will be given in the Spirit and power of Elijah, just as John the Baptist gave before Christ's first coming. What is this message? And how can we be a part of it?
Who is the third person of the Godhead?
This book answers a common objection concerning a passage in Desire of Ages page 671. Within this oft-quoted statement lies a powerful and invaluable truth about the Comforter.