This section lists the teachings of the Adventist movement. It includes articles on what SDA teach in comparison to Biblical Christianity; Ellen G. White with lists of her prophecies and sayings; as well as the Sabbath and Saturday or Sunday issue.
Ellen.G.White quotes

A list of quotes by Ellen G. White, co-founder of the SDA movement.

Saturday or Sunday? v2.5
Saturday or Sunday? Printable Booklet v2.5

What does the word ‘Sabbath’ mean? What day was it kept? Did the early church keep Saturday or Sunday? Has the Sabbath day been changed from Saturday to Sunday? What is the truth in history and scripture? (Most SDA’s are unaware of the early history).

SDA Challenge v2.5
SDA Challenge Printable Booklet v2.5

The following challenge was sent to us from a Seventh Day Adventist church. It is a copy of a document that offers 500 pounds (England) to any person who could produce from the Bible one text or more proving any one of the following propositions. We have answered them under the heading ‘Strawmen Answered’.

SDA website – What They Teach

This is sections taken from the SDA offical website with a few comments.

‘The Great Controversy’ (SDA)

At regular intervals the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA)religion sends out free copies of the book ‘The Great Controversy’ by Ellen G…

Why I am not SDA

This is a brief summary of the differences between SDA and Biblical Christianity.

Gospel Covenants charts
The Gospel and the Covenants Charts: Useful for Adventists
The Old Covenant had a definite beginning and end. “The Law was added until the seed should come” Gal. 3:16 “The seed is Christ”. Gal. 3:16 The NEW Covenant Begins Matt. 26:26-28 “This is my blood of the New Covenant”.
Hades -Sheol – Lake of Fire – the Abyss & Soul Sleep v2.5
Hades -Sheol – Lake of Fire – the Abyss & Soul Sleep. Printable Booklet v2.5

What are the differences between ‘Hades’ and the ‘Grave’, ‘Hell’ and the ‘Lake of Fire’, and other terms such as ‘Sheol’ and the ‘Abyss’ as used throughout scripture? Indeed, there is a maze of terms used in scripture which describe various places and conditions of the body and soul after death.
The sure way of discerning the differences and avoiding confusion is to do a systematic word study of each term, isolate the original words in Hebrew and Greek, study the various contexts and then allow scripture to interpret scripture. Such a systematic study would more than likely avoid the many errors and the false or new teachings that are commonly taught with these terms…

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