The Great Controversy is an eschatological book that not only describes the future but also sketches a harsh evaluation of the present.
No church is safe from an eventual deformation of the Bible, whether Catholics, Protestants in general, or Adventists.
"The Great Controversy" introduces invaluable and unique analytic elements of world religions past and present. But it is also unilateral and limited.
Eschatological analphabetism means to have an eschatology, but one that unfortunately has become unilateral, self-referential, non-dialogical, and reckless.
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