By D. M. Canright
From airborne dirt and dust jacket: here's the testimony of 1 who was once at one time a staunch adherent of Seventh-Day Adventism yet who renounced it and lived to be considered one of its so much vocal and powerful rivals. This booklet is a robust refutation of the doctrines which Canright as soon as held to be correct and actual. It takes up the foundation, background, and a number of other error or departures from the lessons of Scripture in prefer of the lessons of Mrs. White and her disciples.
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They say these pastors cannot defend their doctrines; dare not try. They offer rewards to any who will prove so and so; boast how they have scared this one, defeated that one, and silenced another. If in sermons the least reference is made to them, they call it persecution, give out a review, and do everything to provoke controversy. When the resident pastors are compelled to defend themselves, the Adventists claim to be greatly abused. If a doctor, lawyer, teacher, or business man should enter a town and denounce all others of his profession as quacks, fools, or deceivers, how would he be treated?
For at least twenty years he and his beloved family have lived in this city and he has maintained the same reputation that he had, as a Christian gentleman and respected citizen. What I have written is from personal knowledge of Rev. D. M. Canright and of the Adventist denomination in this state. J. T. , April 12, 1910 The Methodist pastors add their tribute as follows: Various inquiries having come to the different members of the Association concerning the character and standing of Rev. D. M. , did, by an unanimous vote, adopt the following expression of its confidence in and regard for the personal worth and ministerial usefulness of Brother Canright.
They are reliable. I design to be perfectly fair towards my Advent brethren. I was with them twenty-eight years, from the age of nineteen to forty-seven, the most active years of my life. I was dearly loved by them and I loved them. I love them now. I have thousands of dear friends among them stilL It was a terrible trial to break away from all these tender ties. Even now the tears fall fast as I write these lines. But truth and duty were dearer to me than social ties. Again I bear them record that they are a sincere, devoted, self-sacrificing people, thoroughly believing what they profess.
Seventh-Day Adventism Renounced by D. M. Canright