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VPP and the 7th Day Adventist Cult connection

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Downgrade of FEBC after Rev. Timothy Tow
Is the great Rev. Timothy Tow an advocate of VPP?
Response to East African Christian Alliance on VPP
Old Testament debunks VPP
An elder's warning to members regarding VPP
VPP heresy and the bullying of a Chinese congregation
Quek Suan Yew's VPP found to be false
Whose land? Palestinian-Israeli conflict
Verbal Plenary Preservation: telling lies to glorify God!
KJV 1611- A Witness Against the VPP error
VPP and the 7th Day Adventist Cult connection
Carol Lee's child of god tells lies.
When leaders of churches fail to discipline.
KJV-onlyism(VPP) and KJV-prefered; the facts.
Gambling is always sinful
Providential Preservation of the Received Text.
Spiritual Terrorism
An Evidential Review of Verbal Plenary Preservation:

In 1930, 7th Day Adventist (SDA) theologian Dr. BG Wilkinson wrote a book('Our Authorized Bible Vindicated') to defend the KJV. It was written because modern bible versions did not contain the verses misinterpreted by the SDA to support their practices. Wilkinson quoted extensively from 'inspired' SDA prophetess Ms. Ellen White. Dr. David Otis Fuller, a leading founder of the Dean Burgon Society, compiled a series of works by different authors into a book 'Which Bible'. About half of 'Which Bible' consists of Wilkinson's work. Fuller lied about the background of Wilkinson and rubbed out the footnotes which refered to prophetess White. In so doing, thousands of good Christian people were insiduously fed SDA theology thinking that Wilkinson is a conservative evangelical Christian. Today, the Dean Burgon Society and Far Eastern Bible College in Singapore still sells these unholy cultic books.

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