Exodus and Advent Movements in Type and Antitype

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TEACH Services, Inc., Nov 19, 2019 - Religion - 285 pages

The experiences of ancient Israel under the Exodus movement were a type of the experiences of modern Israel under the Advent movement. They are parallel movements. Ancient literal Israel was called out of ancient literal Egypt and led through the wilderness to the promised Canaan land. Modern spiritual Egypt and Babylon, symbolic of darkness and confusion, is being led through the wilderness of sin to the heavenly Canaan land.

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Contents

Purpose Of Series
5
The Law And The Sabbath
21
The Midnight Deliverances
35
Divine Leadership
48
Health Reform
66
The Sin Of False Witnessing
79
The Sacredness Of Vows
98
The Law And The Sanctuary
113
The Rejection Of Divine Leadership
162
Under The Divine Rebuke
179
The Test Of Faith Repeated
194
The Vision Of Christ And Calvary
211
Satans Final Efforts To Defeat Israel
228
The Idolatry Of Immorality
244
Victory And Righteousness By Faith
262
Bibliography
281

KadeshBarnea In Antitype
126
The Altering Of Gods Purpose
145

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Taylor Grant Bunch was born in 1885 and, without specific ministerial training, became an outstanding pastor-evangelist. He held three conference presidencies between 1913 and 1947 as well as several pastorates and a teaching position at the College of Medical Evangelists. He taught Bible at Atlantic Union College, 1947-1952. A beloved pastor, counselor, teacher, and writer for 50 years, Taylor G. Bunch influenced the lives and thinking of an entire generation of Seventh-day Adventists. Author of The Ten Commandments, Love, Valiant in Fight, The Armor of Righteousness, The Perfect Prayer, Bible Paradoxes, The Beatitudes, The Epistles of Christ, The Road to Happiness, Memorials of Calvary, The Shepherd Psalm, and Behold the Man.

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