The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 6: Is Sinless Obedience Possible?

The Case for Last Generation Theology, Part 6: Is Sinless Obedience Possible?

The heart of the continuing Adventist salvation controversy concerns the question of whether character perfection, sinless living—phrases held by Last Generation Theology to mean the same thing—is possible for believers through heaven’s power here on earth.   RELATED ARTICLE: How to Conquer Sin through Jesus This installment of our series will

The Unbearable Failure of Last Generation Theology, Part 2: The Law

The Unbearable Failure of Last Generation Theology, Part 2: The Law

When debating the nature of sin, LGT (Last Generation Theology) proponents will often appeal to John’s words “sin is the transgression of the law.” (1 John 3:4) They will also supplement this with Ellen Whites statement that “we are given no other definition of sin in the Bible then that it is the ‘transgression of the law.’”[1] From here, the LGT

Last Generation Theology, Part 12: Ellen White on Perfection and the Last Generation

Last Generation Theology, Part 12: Ellen White on Perfection and the Last Generation

In the previous two articles from this series [Part 10: EGW on Sin and Human Nature] [Part 11: EGW on Justification and Sanctification], we looked at Ellen White’s view on salvation, zooming into her understanding of justification and sanctification/perfection. In this article, we will get an even closer look at her view of perfection, specifically