The work of a specialist is highly valued when his particular line is under investigation.
This work is the product of many years of careful study by a specialist on the history, methods and doctrines of Seventh Day Adventists. For twenty-eight years I was intimately associated with that people, as member, minister, writer and author and aided much in building up that work. I joined them only fourteen years from their beginning, hence became well acquainted with all its founders, their early theories, and have all their first books published during the first forty years. Am perfectly familiar with every argument they use and the answer to it. I know their inside history and weak points as others could not. It is a complete text book on that subject. Here is what competent judges say who have read and used it :
On some subjects there is one book that stands so far above all other books on the same subject that if a person has that one book he needs no other on that subject. Canrights Seventh-Day Adventism Renounced is just such a book. It is a complete and perfect exposure of that delusion from beginning to end. Adventists have attempted no reply to it for the simple reason that they cannot, so they are trying to throw doubt on his character and standing, but that also is a hopeless task. If you are troubled with Adventism, get this book. Read it; study it; lend it; confront them with it; insist on them meeting it, and you will have no more trouble with them.
--Southland Evangelist, Hartworth, Texas.
It is a very full discussion of the question on which Adventists differ from us.
--Baptist Christian Herald, Detroit, Michigan.
It is a thorough exposure of this, modern delusion. How any system of error can survive such an exposure will be a mystery. This book ought to be circulated in every community where Adventism is preached.
--Christian Oracle (Disciple) Des Moines, Iowa.
I am delighted with it. It is kind, candid, careful, correct and comprehensive. I heartily commend the work as the best that has yet been published on that subject.
--Prof. D. R. Dungan, President of Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa.
He exposes with unsparing logic, but never with malice, the errors of Seventh-Day Adventism. This book is eminently fitted to do good.
--Rev. Kendall Brooks, D. D., ex- President of Kalamazoo College, Michigan.
I have selected only a few quotations from scores more like these, and have given only a few words from each of these, showing how this book is valued by good judges.