If you behind the news, recently, the most popular Adventist themed book exploring the last time events as recorded by Daniel and john in Revelations, has been the subject as serious war to expunge, ridicule and dismiss it as a bunch of lies and a form of hate speech against the Catholic Church.
The book, The National Sunday Law, was written by Pastor Jan Marcussen and it is very popular across the world on its interpretation of the Book of Revelation and the mark of the beast.
The news was reported by Adventist Messenger, when in Australia, a mother wanted to burn the books that were in possession of her daughter. She was given to distribute along her mailing route.
According to the mother, she was “horrified” and “disgusted” with the National Sunday Law book and called it “extreme and insidious propaganda, extreme religious rhetoric” and a “conspiracy theory.”
Well legally the mother could not burnt he books, but somehow local media picked up the story and reached out to the Adventist Church on allegations that the book was ‘extreme and insidious propaganda, extreme religious rhetoric” and a “conspiracy theory.”
This was their shocking response;
“Seventh-Day Adventist Church in New Zealand North Island lead pastor Bob Larsen said the book was not endorsed by the church. The [church] had no involvement in the publication or distribution of the book … The church does not endorse or recommend this book.” 
There has been counter denials by the church on the regarding the doctrines as written in the book, curiously, a book that has been used by the church for many issues to educate people regarding the false sabbath, Sunday.
Now seeing the storm coming up, the catholic church has joined the foray in publicly condemning the book and calling for it to be burned.
Roman Catholic Marian priest and theologian Mervyn Duffy from Christchurch called the National Sunday Law book “anti-Catholic literature” and called on people to put the book “straight into the recycling bin,” according to the New Zealand Catholic, a Catholic newspaper published by the Catholic Bishop of Auckland.
The Catholic newspaper also stated that “a Seventh Day Adventist Church spokesman in New Zealand said that the booklet is neither endorsed nor recommended by their church, which has had no involvement in its publication or distribution.”
“For we can do nothing against the truth, but for the truth.” 2 Corinthians 13:8.
This would appear to be the first major attack against Adventist publications, being ranked in the same lines as extremist education, the kind of stuff that ‘makes’ terrorists and would be unsuitable for general use, actually be banned.
This would also remind ardent readers of history about the character of the catholic church to ban the reading of bibles among the normal folks on the fear that they would be able to read more truths in the bible that have been suppressed by the church.
It is truly on this premise that Lurther penned the 82 questions to the catholic church, a major turning point in the protestant movement against the impunity of the Roman Catholic Church.
The fear of the Lord dwelt in the heart of Luther, enabling him to maintain his steadfastness of purpose and leading him to deep humility before God. He had an abiding sense of his dependence upon divine aid, and he did not fail to begin each day with prayer, while his heart was continually breathing a petition for guidance and support. “To pray well,” he often said, “is the better half of study.”—D'Aubigne, b. 2, ch. 2. GC 122.1
While one day examining the books in the library of the university, Luther discovered a Latin Bible. Such a book he had never before seen. He was ignorant even of its existence. He had heard portions of the Gospels and Epistles, which were read to the people at public worship, and he supposed that these were the entire Bible. Now, for the first time, he looked upon the whole of God's word. With mingled awe and wonder he turned the sacred pages; with quickened pulse and throbbing heart he read for himself the words of life, pausing now and then to exclaim: “O that God would give me such a book for myself!”—Ibid., b. 2, ch. 2. Angels of heaven were by his side, and rays of light from the throne of God revealed the treasures of truth to his understanding. He had ever feared to offend God, but now the deep conviction of his condition as a sinner took hold upon him as never before. GC 122.2
What is surprising or shocking is that the Adventist Church is now taking a more comfortable and accommodating position with the catholic church and ecumenism, even taking part in her functions and activities, sending representatives to be part of those activities.