Graffiti in the Holy of Holies has 28 ratings and 2 reviews. Rebekah said: The book Graffiti in the Holy of Holies was response to Dale Ratzlaff’s book T. Editor’s note (6/27/): By request we have assembled a collection of materials that refute the claims made in Clifford Goldstein’s Graffiti and the SDA. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication data: Goldstein, Clifford. Graffiti in the holy of holies: An impassioned response to recent attacks on the sanctuary.
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In Graffiti in the Holy of Holies, author and church apologist Clifford Goldstein examines noly arguments against Ellen White and the pre-Advent judgment, and responds point by point. The result is a thoughtful and clear defense that goes beyond his earlier ” Made Simple” in revealing the Bible-based and gospel-uplifting truth about the sanctuary. Vandals are attempting to spoil your faith. The time to know the difference between the Word of God and the graffiti of man is now.
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Graffiti In the Holy Of Holies
He has been the editor of Liberty magazine and Shabbat Shalom magazine. Clifford, born in Albany, New York, has an apparent passion for writing and studying, and hoiles is a lover of philosophy.
He is married to Graffitu and has two children, Zachary and Hannah. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? He also labels Ellen White a false prophet. How can we respond? Read more Read less.
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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention ellen white false prophet day of atonement holy of holies dale ratzlaff clifford goldstein little horn seventh-day adventist read this book bible prophets adventism critics former arguments heaven christ message biblical leader. Showing of 13 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. With “Graffiti In The Holy of Holies” written as a rebuttal to former Adventist Dale Ratzlaff’s “The Cultic Doctrine of Seventh-day Adventists”, Clifford Goldstein has produced another apologetic follow-up to his ” Made Simple” that powerfully exposes the continually rehashed arguments, recycled year after year by critics of Adventist doctrine.
Critics that give little or no consideration of Adventisms indepth and scholarly response to such authors and former members like Desmond Ford, Walter Rea, Ronald Numbers and others. During the s and 90s, the Seventh-day Adventist church published seven volumes of works entitled “Daniel and Revelation Committee Series”, prepared by the best of its theologians. Goldstein comments on how modern critics don’t even bother to refute these rebuttals, even ignoring them for the most part.
What are critics of Adventism so afraid of? Could it be that their arguments don’t stand up under real contextual scrutiny? That according to numerous biblical translations, non-Adventist scholars, both Christian and Jewish, came to many of the same Adventist conclusions about interpreting a day for a year in prophecy? The many Bible translations that, along with Adventists, interpret the heavenly sanctuary in Daniel 8: Of course there is the whole Ellen G. White being a “plagiarist” and “false prophet” thing continually being rehashed as well.
Over years of rehashing since the days of D. Canright for that matter. Let’s just quote one of this so called “false prophet’s” many sayings as an example: He is justified through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, who stands in the courts of heaven as the sinner’s substitute and surety.
Sounds like a pretty “false” representation of God’s saving Grace if there ever was one don’t you think?
Graffiti In the Holy Of Holies by Goldstein, Clifford
Is that what those Adventists are teaching the Bible really says? And that’s just one of many E. White sayings you never hear quoted by her critics as Mr Goldstein so ably points out. But then ghe, her critics sometimes seemingly contradict themselves as Brother Goldstein points out, like Mr. Ratzlaff’s own reflection of Ellen White’s influence in the Adventist church. In his above mentioned page book, he states on page”To her credit, unlike many ‘prophets’ of her day, her change in doctrine was usually toward mainstream Christianity.
White seemed to play a significant role in helping the Adventist church move toward theological orthodoxy. Noly isn’t that what true prophets are supposed to do?
Shouldn’t we know them by their fruits? This brings us to one of Mr. Goldstein’s final remarks quoted from p. In his sentence he places quote marks around the word “prophets,” the implication being that he questions her prophetic ministry. But how many other modern day “prophets” have moved their churches toward “mainstream Christianity,” as Brother Dale says Ellen White did? Or Joseph Smith of the Mormons?
All of these prophets, without equivocation or exception, have led their people away from mainstream Christianity, because they are all false prophets. And holkes Brother Dale admits that Ellen White, one of these “prophets,” moved the church toward the mainstream, or as Kenneth Samples says, toward “theological orthodoxy. Why not read the many rebuttals that Adventists have published for decades for that matter?
Many of which you’ll find in my list of reviews or the Adventist Book Center website.
Most are even right here at Amazon. Then one can truly consider themselves well read and informed. It might even change some of those negative opinions of Seventh-day Adventist beliefs many of you, even former members have been duped into believing.
We’re not afraid of something we really can’t denounce are we? One of the most interesting points brought out in this book is the fact that Ratzlaff and others are all basically just asserting the same arguments made by Canright and Ford, etc. Thhe nothing new about their arguments. Most of the anti-Adventist critics are essentially neo-Canrights; there is truly nothing new under the sun. The problem is that Canright’s arguments and the anti-Sanctuary doctrine arguments have been extensively addressed in Adventist literature.
But yet the critics never grafflti with these extensive responses. graffkti
They pretend as if their charges are unanswered. Ironically, Ratzlaff takes this “no-law” theory espoused by Canright as a basis to gratfiti the 4th Commandment. Yet when one analyzes the founding Protestant creeds, virtually all of them acknowledged the continued existence and binding nature of the moral law. So, when Ratzlaff and these others adopt their no-law theory, they are in essence rejecting the foundational predicates of all of Protestantism. Ratzlaff and others all reject the year-day principle in prophetic interpretation, failing to acknowledge that this has been a tried-and-true method for holoes 1, years being held as on by the founding fathers of Protestantism.
The uolies way you get ggraffiti the termination of the 2, day prophecy being in the mid 19th Century is to reject the year-day principle. For a putative Protestant to jettison the year-day principle is tantamount to chopping down the pillars of the foundation of Protestantism.
Almost all Protestant reformers identified the little horn of Daniel as the Papacy. So the Adventists, as much as they may be reviled, are simply sticking to the original Protestant beliefs. The year-day principle is as sure as the blood of the Cross. Goldstein has delivered a stunning quality work in this power packed book. It is a “must-have” for bible students as they confront the objections from several fronts. He confronts most of these “latest objections” and make several powerful rebuttals for the day prophecy and the Pre-advent judgment.
Well written and easy enough to read and understand. Clifford Goldstein, though a well-educated man doesn’t across as needing to demonstrate his educational status. He made this book clear and logical, step by step approach to lead to his conclusions in each grafviti the chapters.
While he is defending his understanding of Biblical doctrines and prophecies, he remains polite throughout to those who condemned his work in the first place.
The information in this book is really interesting, Cliff seems to have done a good job explaining his position right down holifs the minutest detail. One person found this helpful. Exposes the groundless accusations of people like Dale Ratzlaff against the Biblical doctrine of the judgment.
Don’t just take Ratzlaff’s word for it, read this book to see how holirs deceptive he really is. What a fantastic book! I enjoyed this thoroughly. The best explanation of The Investigative Judgment I have read.