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Posted 09 December 2018 - 05:27 AM

File Name: Seventh Day Doctrine Refuted

File Submitter: djmarko53

File Submitted: 09 Dec 2018

File Category: Reference Books (refx)

Author: D.M. Cantright, D.R. Dungan, G.W. Elliott

This .refi HD Reference Work for e-Sword contains the following
four books:

If you Click on the name of the Book(s) above it will load and run the PDF
Version of each book in your Internet Browser. Internet Connection is
required for this.

These books are being bundled for a reason. They present sound
scriptural reasons for opposing the 7th Day Adventist doctrine and their
teaching relative to the "Lord's Day" Vs. "Sabbath Day" Worship. The
first three books listed have a tremendous wealth of Historical as well
as Biblical reasons to Refute the doctrine of Sabbath Day Worship over
that of Sunday, or "Lord's Day" Worship (Acts 20:7). One of these books
by D.M. Canright is already available on BibleSupport.com. Both books
by Canright go a long way to present evidence against 7th Day Worship.
The fourth book is a good debate between Elliott(Christian) and Kauble
(7th Day Adventist). Please read the books in order. They will inform
those who don't know...

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It will appear in your Reference Library as "Seventh Day Doctrine Refuted"

The first three books feature a combined total of 47 Chapters. The fourth
book was pretty rough but tried to format the text to be as readable as possible.
If you prefer, click on the links above to view any of the books in PDF format.

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