1844 – The Day That Changed The World, by Walter Veith


Language: English
Release Date: 2009
Duration: 52 Minutes
Publisher: Amazing Discoveries
Format: Single DVD


What was the day that changed the world? A look at the advent movement and Satan’s efforts to counter the full truth of the gospel.

In 1844, a group of believers turned to the word of God and rediscovered the great truths and pillars of the faith. The sanctuary plan of salvation, the second advent movement, the sabbath, the state of the dead and the spirit of prophecy. Truth, long lost, was given back to the world. But Satan, fearing this message, began a counter theology. Dispensationalism, speaking in tongues, secret societies, spiritism, the Quakers, the Mormons, B’nai Brith, Jehovah’s Witnesses and the ecumenical movement were all born. The message of the three angels of revelation was to be buried under a quagmire of religious movement and doctrine designed to hide the spirit of truth from the minds of mankind.

Additional information

Weight 0.082 kg
Dimensions 19 × 13.5 × 1.5 cm







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