The Kindle edition of Teresa and Arthur Beem’s book, “It’s Okay Not To Be A Seventh-Day Adventist”, is now available at Amazon.
Teresa and Arthur Beem resigned from the Adventist denomination in 2002. Their resignation letter was made public and was widely discussed in cyberspace. Since then, they have written a book to let people know about their experience in, and leaving, the Adventist movement. This is their continuing saga.
Their book, “It’s Okay Not To Be A Seventh-Day Adventist”, covers the problems with Adventist theology that need to be dealt with by those leaving, as well as those who remain. Adventism clearly needs a reform – from its practices regarding abortion, to the Sabbath, to theology that even its leaders admit can’t be confirmed using the Bible alone, which they claim is their standard.
This is the cover:
They also have a blog with the same name.
For those who have left Adventism and feel guilt; for those Adventists who have family members who have left Adventism and wonder about the sincerity involved, and even whether or not their family members are still Christian; for those contemplating leaving; or simply for those who just want to know more about this religion … this is definitely worth reading.
Further reading and watching:
Tesa Beem’s Letter of Resignation
From Prophetess to Pope – Conversion Story of Arthur and Teresa Beem … The Coming Home Network
Teresa Beem A Seventh-day Adventist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home (10-20-2008) … YouTube