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Growing in Christ (eBook)



SKU# 9780812751949

By Kwabena Donkor

ISBN: 9780812751949 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2012

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These days, doctrine has gotten bad press.

Many see doctrine as an expression of rigidity, exclusivity, and lack of freedom. In actuality doctrinal beliefs can be a beautiful, logical expression of biblical teachings. While holding the Bible as its only creed, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has set forth a statement of fundamental beliefs to constitute its understanding of the life-giving principles of Scripture.

In this book Kwabena Donkor leads you through an overview of the fundamental beliefs of the Adventist Church, with particular emphasis on the most recent addition, “Growing in Christ.” Throughout these pages Donkor explores how the church’s understanding of spiritual warfare—the great controversy between good and evil—is reflected in the fundamental beliefs. Your conviction and understanding are sure to increase as you discover how Adventist beliefs weave together to form a compelling, biblical, and logical declaration of faith.

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We appreciate your interest in purchasing an eBook from AdventistBookCenter.com. You should be aware of the following before making your purchase:

  • Some technical skills are required to load this eBook onto your device
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If you would prefer to purchase this eBook through other services that will automatically transfer the file to your device, please visit Adventist-eBooks.com for a complete listing of eBooks and availability on other eBook stores.

These days, doctrine has gotten bad press.

Many see doctrine as an expression of rigidity, exclusivity, and lack of freedom. In actuality doctrinal beliefs can be a beautiful, logical expression of biblical teachings. While holding the Bible as its only creed, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has set forth a statement of fundamental beliefs to constitute its understanding of the life-giving principles of Scripture.

In this book Kwabena Donkor leads you through an overview of the fundamental beliefs of the Adventist Church, with particular emphasis on the most recent addition, “Growing in Christ.” Throughout these pages Donkor explores how the church’s understanding of spiritual warfare—the great controversy between good and evil—is reflected in the fundamental beliefs. Your conviction and understanding are sure to increase as you discover how Adventist beliefs weave together to form a compelling, biblical, and logical declaration of faith.

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Kwabena Donkor


Kwabena Donkor is an associate director of the Biblical Research Institute at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Silver Spring, Maryland. He is editor of The Church, Culture, and Spirits: Adventism in Africa, and he has contributed to numerous journals and the book Reclaiming the Center: Confronting Evangelical Accommodation in Postmodern Times. He and his wife, Comfort, have two adult children.