Chosen to be Special: What Is a Seventh-day Adventist? DVD

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Discover the unique identity of Seventh-day Adventists with Dennis Priebe as your guide. In this enlightening 2-DVD set, you'll explore the meaning of being a Seventh-day Adventist and uncover their important mission.

Are they just another religion, or have they been called to a great commission? Priebe delves into the rich history and beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists, emphasizing their special role in sharing the Three Angels Message with the world. Prepare to embark on a journey of understanding and uncover what sets Seventh-day Adventists apart from other religious groups throughout history.

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by Dennis Priebe

The great controversy between God and Satan is something that is much bigger than any of us—bigger than anything we can imagine. Learn the vital role Seventh-day Adventists play in this epic battle between good and evil. 

This DVD shows how God has shored up a remnant church to carry His torch and survive Satan’s final assault. There are three sermons on two DVDs.

Sermon titles include:

  1. What is a Seventh-day Adventist? (38:53)
  2. Ellen White: How Inspired Was She? (1:10:09)
  3. What Is the Final Atonement? (56:41)

Dennis Priebe builds on 6,000 years of Earth's history revealing the unique role of Seventh-day Adventists today. Discover how, as Seventh-day Adventists, they have been set apart as a special group throughout history for such a time as this. 

Explore the concept of the great controversy—a cosmic battle between good and evil—and how it will ultimately conclude. Priebe shares the reassuring message that at the end of this conflict, God's fairness, trustworthiness, and boundless love will be fully revealed.


  • Share with a friend curious about Seventh-day Adventists
  • Share with a friend or neighbor who is curious about God
  • Share with another SDA who is learning about the church

ISBN: 978-1-62913-161-0
Includes 3 sermons on 2 DVDs
Approximate run time: 166 minutes