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Pacific Press® releases a new book, Graffiti in the Holy of Holies, by Clifford Goldstein

Nampa, Idaho (December 1, 2003) -- A new book, called Graffiti in the Holy of Holies, by Clifford Goldstein, well-known author and editor of the Adult Sabbath School Quarterly, was released last week by Pacific Press®. The book addresses recent attacks on Adventist doctrine and the prophetic ministry of Ellen G. White from critics like the former Adventist pastor, Dale Ratzlaff.

In Graffiti in the Holy of Holies, Goldstein examines the arguments against Ellen White and the pre-Advent judgment, and responds point-by point. “The result is a thoughtful and clear defense that goes beyond his earlier 1844 Made Simple in revealing the Bible-based and gospel-lifting truth about the sanctuary. At the same time Goldstein confronts and sweeps away myths concerning Ellen White, and affirms her prophetic gift,” says Randy Maxwell, author of Bring Back the Glory and If My People Pray.

“Many churches are facing issues raised by Ratzlaff and his book, The Cultic Doctrine of Seventh-day Adventists. In certain places, Raztlaff’s attacks are causing questions and raising serious concerns on the part of church members and pastors,” says the Goldstein. Ratzlaff is the most recent person to attack the Adventist interpretations of Daniel’s prophecies, the validity of 1844 date, and the enduring nature of Ellen G. White’s prophetic ministry.

Graffiti in the Holy of Holies is already getting some attention from church theologians. Gerhard Pfandl, associate director for the Biblical Research Institute, says “This is a timely volume that strongly affirms the biblical foundation of the sanctuary message, and will be a valuable resource for ministers and church members alike.”

To read a sample chapter or to purchase Graffiti in the Holy of Holies, visit on the Internet or call toll-free (800) 765-6955.