Walter Veith’s book Truth Matters has a lot of good information such as the state of the dead, the judgment and prophecy with each topic having strong Scriptural evidence for the belief. What about the trinity? The book Truth Matters talks about the trinity 7 times.
Daniel and the Revelation Comparative Study book seeks to simplify and clarify the changes that were made in the 1944 edition so the reader can better understand what Uriah Smith wrote compared to what the editors added, changed or deleted in the 1944 edition.
But we see that the God of heaven sometimes commissions people to teach that which is regarded as contrary to the established doctrines. Because those who were once the depositories of truth became unfaithful to their sacred trust, the Lord chose others who would receive the bright beams of the Sun of Righteousness, and would advocate truths that were not in accordance with the ideas of the religious leaders.
True definitions bring true conclusions. Wrong definitions bring wrong conclusions. Two examples of this principle can be found in John 9. The “Sabbath” definition and the “Son of God” definition. As we go through John chapter 9 we will see that wrong definitions lead to a rejection of believing Jesus to be the Son of God.
Waitara Seventh-day Adventist Church gave a PowerPoint presentation on the trinity. This presentation by Restitution Ministries goes through each one of the main reasons to believe in the trinity and examines the reasons based on the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy. Video notes were created with timecode.