China Letters

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Hartland Publications, 1993 - Seventh-Day Adventists - 428 pages
David Lin's letters and articles appeared in various Adventist periodicals at a time when Desmond Ford's teachings were the center of attention in the Adventist church. Due to a revival of interest in him in recent years many readers have requested that Lin's analysis of Ford's theology be published in book form. A selection is here presented, set in chronological order, with the exception of two articles, which are written to acquaint readers with the author's life. These two articles are his biography: My Own Story, and Gain That Is Loss.

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Contents

The Book of Enoch
358
On Godly Fear and Christian Courtesy
369
Dives and Lazarus
372
Azazel
376
Gods Triple Seal
379
A Gainsaying People
381
Past Present and Future
385
Gods Back Parts
388
The Adventist Contribution
411
The Flesh Profiteth Nothing
416
Nine Short Articles Raised for Our Justification
419
Three Useful Texts
420
The White Stone
421
A Critical Conjunction
422
A Fair Test
423
A Real Danger
424

The Sign of Jonas
391
The Faith Once Delivered
397
The Pride of Men
401
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406
The Daily Prayer Meeting
426
Day of Love
427
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