Seventh-day Adventist False Prophet Ellen G. White

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Standing for ChristCause for concern. How we should view and approach the false teachings of Ellen G. White as it relates to the Seventh-day Adventist church movement.

Question: “What is Seventh-day Adventism (SDA), and what do Seventh-day Adventists believe?”

Answer: There seem to be different “degrees” of Seventh-day Adventism. Some Seventh-day Adventists believe identically to orthodox Christians, other than believing that worship should be held on Saturday and that the Saturday Sabbath should still be observed. If these are the only differences, then, yes, a person could be a Seventh-day Adventist and still be a true believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.

However, some Seventh-day Adventists believe in much more than a Saturday Sabbath / worship day. Seventh-day Adventists have been known to believe in the annihilation of the wicked instead of an eternal hell, and believe that believers who die enter a state of soul sleep and that a person must observe the Saturday Sabbath in order to be saved. Other problems with some Seventh-day Adventists are belief in Ellen G. White, the founder of Seventh-day Adventism, as a true prophet of God, even though many of her “prophecies” failed to come true, and that Jesus entered a second phase of His redemptive work on October 22, 1844, as “prophesied” by Hiram Edson.

So, what is Seventh-day Adventism, and what do Seventh-day Adventists believe? Should a Christian attend a Seventh-day Adventist church? Due to the potential doctrinal issues mentioned above, we would strongly encourage believers to not get involved in Seventh-day Adventism. Yes, a person can be an advocate of Seventh-day Adventism and still be a believer. At the same time, there are enough potential issues to make attending a Seventh-day Adventist church questionable at best.

SOURCE: GotQuestions.org and The Word of God

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  1. hi.been a believer for 25 years .i got saved in an elim pentecostal church.i have recently come into the knowlege of soul sleep.1.cor15.and annihilation.isiah 66 they will look upon the corpses.and that man is only a mortal soul.for dust you are and to dust you will return.i dont believe in sat sabbath as this was a sign between the lord and isreal and is not given tn gentiles to keep.the 7th are doctrinally than most aog elim churches

  2. Soul sleep is a false doctrine by the Seventh Day Adventist.

  3. Seventh-day Adventists claim to follow the Bible closer that other denominations, but a closer investigation reveals that some of their doctrines, such as the Investigative Judgment, do not have any foundation in Scripture. Also, their entire end-time prophetic understanding is warped around an unjustified fear that Sunday-keeping Christians are going to desire to kill them just because they worship on Saturday despite all evidence to the contrary.

  4. Dwight Miller says:

    There’s also the little known, unbiblical “Investigative Judgment” – That when Christ entered the temple in 1844, he bagan judging men and women, and placing names in the Lambs book of life. Really enjoyed the article, praise God.

Romans 10:17 KJV

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