|Sabbath in Christ, Revised Edition||The Christian "in Christ"|
By Dale Ratzlaff, 418 pages,
The Christian "in Christ"--An Introduction to "in Christ Truth, by David K. Spurbeck Sr. 385 pages. This is a very insightful study describing in detail the believer's position and possessions in Christ.
|Truth Led Me Out||The Cultic Doctrine of Seventh-day Adventism|
Truth Led Me Out is my story of leaving the Adventist ministry. I have included the events, discoveries, conversations, names and places that played a factor in my decision to leave the Adventist ministry for the sake of history.
by Dale Ratzlaff, 388 pages, Cultic Doctrine is a thorough evaluation of the Seventh-day Adventist unique teaching of the 1844 cleansing of the heavenly sanctuary and the investigative judgment.
|Truth about Adventist "Truth"||My Cup Overflows|
Truth about Adventist "Truth" lists what we consider to be the 10 main problems with Seventh-day Adventist theology and practice and ends with a gospel presentation.
By Carlyyn Ratzlaff, 256 pages, If you want to understand the mindset of a committed Seventh-day Adventist, this romantic story is for you. Carolyn shares her search for Biblical truth that led to freedom in Christ
|Life of Mrs. E.G. White Seventh-day Adventist Prophet||A Thologian's Journey from Seventh-day Adventism|
By D.M. Canright, 291 original page, 185 pages, Canright was a contemporary of Ellen White and published this book in 1916, the year of his death.
By Jerry Gladson, Ph.D., 388 pages. "This is a must-read eye opener! Dr. Gladson was a Seventh-day Adventist theologian, professor and pastor serving an important role at the central core of Adventist scholarship for many years.
|The Sabbath and the Lord's Day||Discovering the New Covenant|
By H.M. Riggle, 158 pages, This book was first published in 1922. LAM Publications, LLC, is happy to make this book again available for those who wish to do a thorough a study of the Sabbath/Sunday topic.
160 pages, Greg Taylor shares the struggles and fears he and his family had in coming to grips with what they discovered about the church they loved.
|Ellen G. White & Inspiration||White Washed|
By Maurice Barnett, 70 pages, This booklet is written primarily to inform non-Adventists about the Claims of Ellen G White and the Seventh-day Adventist church with sufficient explanation of backgrounds to understand the points made.
White Washed by former Adventist pastor Sydney Cleveland, 235 pages, is a comprehensive look at Ellen G. White's prophecies, practices and publications.
|The White Lie||White Out|
By Walter Rea, 409 pages. This is a well-documented work proving beyond the shadow of doubt that much, if not most, of the writings of Ellen White were copied from others.
By Dirk Anderson, 160 pages, White Out covers a wide range of subject matter as it relates to Ellen White and her writings.
|The Truth About Jewelery||The Stonecutter's Bride|
By Kenneth D. Brantley, and Julie Tivy Boney, 67 pages. Brantley and Boney systematically show that wearing jewelry and fine raiment is not uniquely connected with an identification with God or the world.
The Stonecutter's Bride seeks to interpet Daniel 2:34,35.
|Healing Spiritual Abuse||The Momentous Event|
By Ken Blue, 166 pages, ""With the kind of biblical insight and pastoral wisdom we have come to expect of Ken Blue, this book probes the conscience of those who unknowingly practice spiritual abuse by contrasting Jesus' empowering ministry to others."
The Momentous Event, by W.J. Grier, $6.95, 128 pages. This book gives a general consideration of the NT teaching on the subject of the Second Coming of Christ.