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The Unaccounted Factor: How Criticism Motivated The Adoption of Trinitarian Theology Within Seventh-day Adventism

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The Unaccounted Factor: How Criticism Motivated The Adoption of Trinitarian Theology Within Seventh-day Adventism

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Item type: Digital Book (pdf)
Author: Jason Smith

Jason critiques Seventh-day Adventist’s history in this 116 page research paper and provides some compelling and invaluable insights into the various factors that contributed to the Adventist church’s evolution from a non-trinitarian denomination to what is now a decidedly a Trinitarian denomination. The Unaccounted Factor highlights how the doctrinal criticism against the Adventists, namely the non-trinitarian position of the church pertaining to the personality of God in particular, motivated the adoption of Trinitarian theology within Seventh-day Adventism. A must read for anyone seeking for more clarity on the subject of Trinity within Adventism. Click HERE for a sample reading (first 25 pages).

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