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CHRISTIANITY TODAY: CT recently explored how Adventists, growing at a rate of 1 million members each year, have been wrestling with their identity, trying to keep their distinctive beliefs while also moving closer to other evangelicals.A Seventh-day Adventist church in Alabama recently even started a Sunday service as an outreach event.
Very interesting video. If that is their beliefs, it fits cult in my view.FSAOF memberToronto
I wonder if it isn't time for them to rethink their theology? And how many of those rushing to join them know their full background and beliefs as revealed in the video?Former officer active Salvationist
video reconfirms the thoughts I have carried about this group over the years. It's sad to hear their beliefs. They miss out on so much. I'm glad that I am justified by grace through faith in my Lord Jesus Christ. The Old Testament laws are under the blood. Praise God.Active Salvationist North York Corps
How are people so gullible? The woman is a fruit cake (with apologies to all the real fruit cakes ever eaten!)
How indeed are people so gullible? If you take the time to look at the following site you will see the response to this video and the nearly 300 errors or inaccurately quoted statements. I can assure you that the Seventh-Day Adventist church is by no means a cult. http://www.pickle-publishing.com/papers/jeremiah-films/video-1.htm
Visit: http://www.pickle-publishing.com/papers/jeremiah-films/video-1.htm for a simple. straight forward response to the highlighted video.A close friend, an OK and former active UK Salvationist, and now a staunch SDA member shared a number of excellent resources that one may turn to further research the ongoing debates. The FSAOF, at the urging of our fellowship, will share a three day session of SDA material in the near future.
I shared this video/link with a SDA friend of mine. Eagerly anticipating his remarks.USA East headquarters
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