Articles by D. E. Mansell
A problem that confronts all progressive Seventh-day Adventist churches is to become acquainted with the stranger that is within our midst.
The preceding section of this study we examined the information available concerning Gabriel as set forth in the Bible and the writings of Ellen G. White, with special attention to Gabriel's relationship to Christ's earthly life. We now proceed to examine some of Gabriel's other relationships.
The Scriptures and the Spirit of Prophecy frequently mention angels and their ministration on behalf of "them who shall be heirs of salvation" (Heb. 1:14). Only rarely, however, are the names of these celestial beings given. As a matter of fact, in so far as the inspired sources of information are concerned, only three are mentioned by name. They are, Michael, Lucifer, and Gabriel.
A continuing look at the historical views held in our church.
A topic of perennial interest to bible students.
Conclusion of an unsolicited article in answer to Walter Martin's criticisms of Seventh-day Adventist belief on the doctrine of the nature of man.
An unsolicited reply to statements in the book The Truth About Seventh-day Adventism on the nature of man.
THE objection is sometimes raised by those who do not wish to keep the seventh-day Sabbath that this passage teaches that the Sabbath was nailed to the cross and that, therefore, Sabbath-keeping is no longer binding upon Christians. . .