Reasoning from the Scriptures with Seventh-day Adventists
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The Loud Cry Ministry began January 31, 2000 as a 5 day a week radio broadcast which lasted several years. The Loud Cry website was started in the spring of 2001. Between 2004-2008 The Loud Cry ministry was one of the largest Seventh-day Adventist media websites in the world. We had 2 million monthly visitors from 109+ countries. In May of 2010 I made some discoveries that led me to months of intensive study that ultimately led to my renouncing Seventh-day Adventism, a decision I might add has resulted in my happiest, and most peaceful years as a Christian. Spiritually I truly feel at rest in Christ, and satisfied and grateful for the things I learned.
In January 2011, this ministry was officially renamed The Loud Cry Christian Ministry, and I wrote over 300 articles all of which are available here are thesundaylaw.com and on theloudcry.com. I contacted over 100 Seventh-day Adventist ministers, Professors, media Evangelists and Adventist thought leaders, of which I had the greatest respect and admiration for, for many years. I contacted Doug Bachelor directly using his personal email. I contacted Amazing Facts, 3ABN, and dozens of Adventists top ministries in the United States. I had DOZENS of written dialogs, some of which lasted several weeks.
The result was 90% of my questions went totally unanswered, and instead were redirected to other questions which I in turn gave detailed answers to. I answered all these ministers questions, most of my questions never received replies of any kind, not so much as one line. This astonished me, since Adventists love to prove their point, and answer difficult texts etc. The bottom line is all the men that responded to me, had NO answers for the points I brought up. They totally ignored my points and instead tried using redirection techniques to stifle my points and questions by asking questions on other topics. All of which I replied to. Then even those replies, went unchallenged and unanswered. Soon as these men ran out of redirection questions, and saw that they had nothing from which to answer my points with, they one by one went off into silence, never to be heard form again.
To this day I welcome questions and criticisms regarding my discoveries that I share freely with you here at thesundaylaw.com. I have only one love in regards to these matters, and that is THE TRUTH as it is in Christ Jesus. I love the truth. I have always said that, “my opinion is not worth a hill of beans,” when it comes to spiritual matters. The only thing that matters is what is written in the Bible itself.
Today I can honestly say that I do not feel I have anything to prove. I am at peace with the changes that I made in my beliefs, and I love God, I am a happy person. I do NOT have a chip on my shoulder about the Seventh-day Adventist church in any way what so ever. Adventists live their lives I live mine. I do NOT feel like I am “on a mission” to prove anything to Seventh-day Adventists, that is not why I made this site. I made this website, and wrote these articles for myself. To help myself through my transition out of Adventism.
What is on this website is the result of months of pain staking research in the Bible and history that I made for myself, to find answers to satisfy my own interest. I am simply leaving a record of my work online, for others that may stumble across it and be blessed by it. Beyond that Adventism is in my rear view mirror and I have moved on and am living a happy healthy Adventist free Christian life. Did I mention that I LOVE the Bible, I still cant get enough of it, even though EGW threatened that I would stop reading the Bible entirely and become an infidel if I stopped believing in her writings lol. What a load of non sense. I love the Bible now more than ever, Anyways…
Martin Luther’s reply was:
“Unless therefore I am convinced by the testimony of Scripture, or by the clearest reasoning, unless I am persuaded by means of the passages I have quoted, and unless they thus render my conscience bound by the Word of God, I cannot and will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me! Amen!”
The Loud Cry Ministry offers a defense of
Martin Luther’s doctrine of
“Righteousness by Faith ALONE!”
Thank You, and have a Blessed Day!
David M. Curtis
Director / Speaker of
The Loud Cry Christian Ministry
Articles You Should Read!!!!
- Martin Luther goes “toe to toe” with Ellen White in The Loud Cry Ministries article: Martin Luther -v- Ellen G. White,
- Must Read Article: The Ten Commandments in the Old and New Covenants
- Must Read Article: Why Sabbath-keeping Is No Longer Necessary Today - If you only read three articles on this website, the PLEASE read these first three!
- Must Read Article: The Sabbath in the Book of Acts
- Must Read Article: Myths about the Origin of Sunday Worship
- Must Read Article: Ellen White’s Sunday “Mark of the Beast” Theory
- Must Read Article: Jesus Christ’s High Priestly Work
- Must Read Article: October 22, 1844 – Adventists Weakest Link
- David M. Curtis explains the 70th week during a live phone call (a must listen) (Located near the bottom of the article!) The 70 Week Prophecy of Daniel 9
- Must Read Article: Why I am No Longer a Seventh-Day Adventist - My Journey Out of Adventism By: David M. Curtis Director/Speaker of The Loud Cry Christian Ministry, updated with new pictures and background stories. Find out more about the author of this website.
MARTIN LUTHER’S COMMENTARY ON GALATIANS is a very powerful document. Mainstream Christianity views it as a cornerstone to their faith, whereas Roman Catholics, Mormons, and Seventh-day Adventists will initially view it as heretical. You owe it to yourself, to become acquainted with this commentary for yourself, and see with your own eyes the teachings that were the cornerstone of the Protestant Reformation.
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