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Questions regarding Seventh-day Adventist doctrine and history, especially pertaining to Ellen G. White.

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26 years pastoral experience; edited two books on Seventh-day Adventist history; published articles on theology; published one book on Adventist doctrines and one on Ellen G. White


Pastor Warrensville Seventh-day Adventist Church


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BA Theology, with minor in Biblical languages MA homiletics

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Graduated magna cum laude Distinguished preaching award

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Recent Answers from Kevin L. Morgan

2017-02-05 Only me😞:

Hi, Alec. Thank you for writing and asking your very important question.    I remember when I was baptized as a young person and my dad was not a Seventh-day Adventist. In my case, my mother was a Seventh-day

2016-12-16 Christmas:

Timothy, thank you for the question and please excuse the delay. Since I am a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, the Sabbath is a particularly busy time for me to answer questions.    Now, regarding your question--

2014-08-23 Hallo,:

Thanks for your question.    Since Satan appeared when "the sons of God" presented them before the LORD (Job. 1:6-8), and Satan was a leader of the angels (Rev. 12:7, 9), he must himself be an angel, and

2014-02-28 Predestination:

James, thank you for your question. In answer to your question, "How can people be lost in that scenario?" The answer is that the premise to the scenario--"If God knows us, we are destined for glory"--is

2013-12-30 Judgement who is in control:

Thank you, Mary, for writing. Because of the run-on nature of your sentences, I am at a bit of a loss to know where your question ends. It appears to be: "Isn't it wrong to be so judgmental about people


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