I don’t have a problem that we strongly disagree (Rom 14:4,5).
That is correct. At the same time, did she (as a person intimately involved in the formation of the Adventism) promote the notion of fixed or progressive revelation and understanding of truth? What did she say on the matter of mere adherence verses an ongoing searching things out with a heart to genuinely grow in truth (as opposed to a pride-based motivation to generate controversy)? What were her expressed views regarding these and other pertinent issues towards the end of her life in light of her lifetime of experience and learning?
Adventist ‘truth’ and biblical truth are assumed by some (? many) to be 100% synonymous. This is the assumption that the article I quoted from was addressing, that Des’s work was addressing and which others similarly continue to raise awareness of. Opposition to such will continue…
I believe the ongoing search for “what is truth” cannot and should not be laid to rest this side of eternity. Or did I miss something in Jesus life and teaching?
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