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Paul Chung

Word and Spirit Connection

Word and Spirit Connection

By Paul Chung
Much is being said regarding the impartation of the Holy Spirit that is wholly divorced from the Word of God. And by some, this is being so interpreted that it causes injury to the churches and to the individual believer. Many regard the impartation of the Holy Spirit as some mystical concept of a formless Divine Being, who occupies all space and by way of consent can literally come into the believers’ hearts…

Altered Statements

Altered Statements

By Paul Chung
Some (primarily coming from non-trinitarian Seventh-day Adventist community) suspect that there has been a deliberate and sinister plot perpetrated by the Ellen White Estate to alter the writings of Ellen White in an attempt to make her writings appear more inline with the church’s current theology, namely, the Trinitarian belief.

Heavenly Trio in a Nutshell

Heavenly Trio in a Nutshell

By Paul Chung
She published "three living persons" twice in 1906. One was in a periodical (The Bible Training School) and the other in a pamphlet (Testimonies for the Church Containing Messages of Warning and Instruction to Seventh-day Adventists) and four times in subsequent publications. She never published "three living personalities". People today are trying to act as if she did not control her own 1906 publications and are promoting a conspiracy theory that the "three living persons" quote is a corruption. Their theory has no credibility and the evidence is against them. 

Holy Spirit is a Distinct Personality-A Statement re-examined

Holy Spirit is a Distinct Personality-A Statement re-examined

By Paul Chung
This article re-examines the personhood and the identity of the Holy Spirit which often been portrayed by the use of the noted statement, "The Holy Spirit is the Comforter, in Christ’s name. HE PERSONIFIES CHRIST, YET IS A DISTINCT PERSONALITY. We may have the Holy Spirit if we ask for it and make it [a] habit to turn to and trust in God rather than in any finite human agent who may make mistakes. {20MR 324.2}

Where is the Holy Spirit?

Where is the Holy Spirit?

By Paul Chung
If the Holy Spirit is really a co-equal, co-eternal personal “being” just like the Father and the Son as Trinitarians claim, then you need to reconcile why the mention of the Holy Spirit “Being” is conspicuously omitted in all of these following statements. If you're honest with yourself, please check out these statements and consider whether you have a balanced view with respect to your theology that can fit these statements: