One of the characteristics of pseudo-Christian groups or cults is that they claim to be the only true Christian group or denomination. Two of the more prominent pseudo-Christian groups are the churches of Christ and the Seventh-Day Adventism. These two groups are exposed in the Areopagus Journal titled the Restoration Movement.
The Restoration Movement was a movement in the early 1800’s in America, attempting to correct what the leaders perceived as false evolutions of Christianity. The journal reveals the details of how the Churches of Christ founders (Alexander and Thomas Campbell, Walter Scott, and Barton Stone) as well as the Seventh-Day Adventist “prophet” Ellen G. White configured a very legalistic (false gospel) aboration of the Christian faith.
Thankfully a “Reformation” has begun to occur within these movements but the overwhelming majority still teaches fatal errors. The Journal helpfully responds and corrects their serious errors.
Veritas: The Restoration Movement by Craig Branch
The Stone-Campbell-Scott Movement by Craig Branch
Seventh Day Adventism by Clete Hux
Does Baptism Save? by Craig Branch and Brandon Robbins
Is the Father of Jesus the God of Muhammad? by Timothy George. Zondervan, 2002
Dethroning Jesus: Exposing Popular Culture’s Quest to Unseat the Biblical Christ by Darrell L. Bock and Daniel B. Wallace. Thomas Nelson, 2007
Renewing Minds: Serving Church and Society Through Christian Higher Education by David S. Dockery. BandH Academics, 2008