Chances are, you don't know much about the "most divisive book in Seventh-day Adventist history." Two nights ago, when I asked my Prayer Meeting attendees - all fourteen or so of them - if they had heard of the Questions on Doctrine issue, only three or four of them raised their hands - ever so tentatively. And none of these people were under 30, either. (Admittedly, a number of the people in the group have joined the church a little later on in life, so that may have something to do with it.)
But this is an important issue, and a Conference was held at Andrews University this past October, discussing the history and issues involved 50 years later.
I would strongly urge you to surf on over to http://qod.andrews.edu/downloads.html and listen to some of the presentations. In particular, the presentations by George Knight (which you can listen to by clicking here) and Herbert Douglass (click here) are extremely informative and enlightening.
It would be extremely beneficial to familiarize yourself with the issues. It helps a person understand how we got where we are in the current landscape of Adventism. We did not arrive here in a vacuum, and unless we understand our history, we will have no idea where we are going. As someone has suggested: we do not study history to understand the past, but to understand the future.
*Just a word of warning: The above audio files are very big files because the people who posted them did not convert them to a lower bit rate, thus causing each presentation to be well over 100 MB each.