Walter Veith’s latest series, Total Transformation, has helped me during …

Comment on La Sierra University Resignation Saga: Stranger-than-Fiction by Diane Kobor.

Walter Veith’s latest series, Total Transformation, has helped me during this crisis in my thoughts and prayer life. He points out that none of us can judge whether a person will turn out like Aaron (who made the golden calf and then repented) or like Caiphas (the “good Adventist” with a murderous attitude). Also reading EGW writings during the Kellogg crisis have been a great blessing to me. May the Lord help us as a people to take a stand on His side, no matter the cost.

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