How The Great Controversy was received in Vermont and other places in North America is an issue that requires reflection before the project moves to other parts of the world.
While many sincerely say “rest in peace,” they are quick to acknowledge that the institution Queen Elizabeth II stood for left no peace in many parts of the world.
Emerging from the “successful” GC Session are a deeply divided church, increasingly disoriented members, and a highly suspicious and controlling leadership.
The closure of church buildings rendered useless much of the baggage we associated with the Sabbath, leaving us to experience God in more authentic ways.
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