Adventism does not have a joyful, inclusive ecological eschatology but rather one of fear, obedience, and human perfection.
The spiritual conflict—as examined by The Great Controversy—becomes incomprehensible if we do not insert it into a larger cultural framework.
An exclusively religious analysis of The Great Controversy is insufficient to bring out the nature and scope of the real changes presently occurring.
The end of time motif in The Great Controversy is not centrally that of "truth or falsehood" but of "life or death."
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