Here is a link to a great book "The Two Republics" by A. T. Jones and how it shows him going into the historical books and archives, and he was much more dedicated in studying and learning history than I had previously thought.
I am certainly not going to presume to know his destiny and have absolutely no knowledge of what his relationship was with the Lord when he died. Any judgements that I make will be from a human perspective. Thankfully, our Lord does not deal with us according to human "wisdom" otherwise I suspect we would all be condemned to the fires of hell by those who seek to imperfectly judge us.
Did you know that Samuelle Bacchiocchi died in December of 2008? I just found that out myself last month. Hopefully he was ready.
I'll have to check out that site, I've been hearing a lot of bad things about him lately. A friend of mine was on his email list and had him remove her from his list when he sent one of his weekly (or monthly) letters saying that EGW was wrong about the antichrist.
The most important point which was totally ignored by all his accusers was what he wrote, at the very beginning of his newsletter about Antichrist/Islam, "What I am suggesting is only a proposed interpretation, not a dogmatic position. What I am doing is thinking aloud."
Sadly, from what I saw, all his accusers chose to not read (or not understand) what he wrote. If we cannot challenge and review doctrines/positions/interpretations, etc., what kind of faith do we have? A faith that cannot bear scrutiny?
I didn't always agree with what he said but I was always glad that he was able to challenge "accepted wisdom" and get us thinking about our faith.