|The 1844 Movement|
|Days of Delusion This online book chronicles the 1844 movement of William Miller. This is no white-washed history written by SDA church historians! Learn the outrageous details of this delusionary movement from newspaper accounts and personal letters. Written in 1924.|
Did God Plan the 1844 Movement? - 1844 is the "central pillar" of the SDA faith. Examine the powerful evidence that God was not behind the 1844 movement.
Was the 1844 movement the 1st and 2nd angels' message of Rev. 14? Was it really all it has been made out to be? Or have the facts been exaggerated and inflated and distorted?
Is it Wrong to be Right?Reveals the amazing absence of reason and logic in the 1844 Movement.
Actual newspaper accounts of the aftermath of the 1844 Disappointment.
Millerite Insanity Did the 1844 Movement cause some to go insane? By Ronald Numbers, Ph.D., church historian.
William Miller--Was he really a great Protestant reformer?
|The Daniel 8:14 Dilemma|
1844--Is It Prophetic? An Adventist scholar investigates Daniel 8:14
Was Ellen White Wrong about Daniel 8:14? An examination of this critical verse.
A Question about Daniel 8:14 Do you have the answer?
|The SDA Sanctuary Teaching|
When did Christ enter the Most Holy Place? Was the Day of Atonement in 1844 or at Christ's ascension?
Hebrews and the Day of Atonement Who, What, Where, When, and Why??
SDA Sanctuary Teaching Examined Exposes the errors and Bible contradictions in the sanctuary doctrine taught by Ellen White
The SDA Test 15 Difficulties with the SDA Sanctuary Doctrine.
The Sanctuary Doctrine - Asset or Liability? Dr. Raymond Cottrell's final paper on this important subject
Open Letter to Clifford Goldstein Eduardo Martinez-Rancaño addresses the SDA Sanctuary teaching in this open letter regarding the 3rd Quarter 2006 SDA Sabbath School Quarterly [PDF]
SDA Position on the Sanctuary The original article written by O.R.L. Crosier in 1846. He wrote it to support the theory of the "shut door" doctrine. Later in life he repudiated it.
|The 2300-day Prophecy Examined|
2300-day Dilemma. Exposes serious problems with the Adventist interpretation of the 2300-day prophecy.
What really happened in 1844? Biblical scholar David Hill unravels the complicated web of dates used by Adventists to arrive at the 1844 date.
2300-day Assumptions. Proof the Day of Atonement did not happen on Oct. 22, 1844, as Mrs. White claimed.
The 2300-day Foundation. Proof the 2300 days could not possibly have started in 457 BC as claimed by Ellen White.
|The Investigative Judgment|
E.J. Waggoner on the Investigative Judgment The 1888 Messenger speaks out on 1844!
The Investigative Judgment Mrs. White versus the Bible
Kapher versus Judgment Mrs. White and the Investigative Judgment examined by a former SDA pastor
Seventh-day Adventism's Dogma of the Investigative Judgment through Ellen White's Eyes (PDF file)
The A.F. Ballenger Story--SDA minister A.F. Ballenger discovered he could not support the SDA doctrine of the sanctuary from Scripture. Find out the Bible truth that he discovered!