In 1957, members of the Seventh-day Adventist church produced the work Questions on Doctrine. The book answered specific questions that other denominations had about their beliefs. Some members of the Seventh-day Adventist church strongly disagreed with the statements in the book and drama ensued.
Dr. Herbert Douglass details his eyewitness account of the confusion surrounding Questions on Doctrine. He shares his personal experience and insights into the history of QOD.
The Historic Adventist Divide of 1957 within the Seventh-day Adventist church can be confusing to many. Understand why so much uncertainty enshrouded the outcome of these events and how we can become more firmly grounded in Christ as a result.
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