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July 23, 2010

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Congratulations, Dr. Miller! This is so great to hear.

Thanks for the thoughtful interview & congratulations.
You mentioned how emphasizing the foundational teaching of the sanctuary is a shared heritage for protestant religious freedom. Can you explain more how this heritage might make the sharing of the 2300 day prophecy more effective?

If we speak to other Christians more meaningfully about the heavenly sanctuary as an important part of their own Protestant heritage, we will build part of a bridge to talking to them about further details of the sanctuary, such as a two-compartment ministry, the day of atonement, etc. Rather than backing into the sanctuary doctrine through the prophecies of Daniel, we could talk about it in terms of more commonly shared ideas, such as commitments to religious freedom and the priesthood of believers.

Sharing ideas of what we believed is good and we should always remember to respect what others believe in too.Everybody has their own faith and belief.


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Approaching the SDA sanctuary doctrine via Hebrews rather than Daniel is unlikely to foster greater understanding and fellowship with other denominations.

The best SDA scholarship dealing with 1844 falls short of the rock solid exegesis required to give the doctrine credibility.

I'm referring to a specific article based on Hebrews, by a seminary professor, which is being offered by his students as a defense of the SDA sanctuary doctrine.

That it was published in AUSS makes me wonder about the capabilities of the editors to critically review articles for publication.

I can be much more specific if there is any interest.

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