The Seventh-Day Adventist movement: finishing the Protestant Reformation and recovering the true gospel of Christ.
Our evangelical doctrines must be continually held up to the word of God lest we run aground on the rocks of legalism on the one hand or the reef of antinomianism on the other. We all ought to confess that in our continually maturing understanding of the word of God we need to be the "church reformed and continually reforming" (ecclesia reformata semper reformanda). In other words, we all have many things to learn and many, many things to unlearn.
The editors of Present Truth Magazine
What are the Fundamental Beliefs of evangelical Seventh-day Adventists?
The Theology of Ellen G. White
Ellen G. White Quotes on Justification by Faith
Concordance to the Writings of Ellen G. White
A Review of "The Seventh-day Adventist Message" as it relates to the teaching of sinless perfectionism and "final generation theology" Part 1 Part 2
Ellet Joseph Waggoner — The Myth and the Man
"Universal Legal Justification" or "Vicarious Atonement"? Stephen Bauer of Southern Adventist University exposes the false view of "Universal Justification" which denies the vicarious atonement of Christ.
Universal Legal Justification: A Failed Alternative Between Calvin and Arminius Journal of the Adventist Theological Society, 23/1 (2012):96-119. by Joseph Olstad, M.A.
The Error of "Universal Legal Justification" Defined and Refuted by Woodrow Whidden of Andrews University
TheTruth of "Prevenient Grace" in Arminianism Rejects the "Remonstrant Theology" of Philip Limborch by John Hicks
"Prevenient Grace" and Adventist Theology by Woodrow Whidden of Andrews University
The Meaning of the Seventh-day Adventist Movement by Bill Diehl editor of Present Truth Magazine
The Seventh-day Adventist Understanding olf the Atonement of Christ by Denis Fortin