Tag: Remnant

Abortion and Seventh-day Adventism

Rosary

This page outlines the problem and provides what I think are the best resources on the interweb regarding the problem of abortion in the Seventh-day Adventist church. Adventism’s official teaching on abortion is not pro-life. It permits abortion under any circumstances, without judgement. It acknowledges that it is a serious matter …

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Adventist abortion is the healing ministry of Jesus

Adoration of the Shepherds, by Gerard van Honthorst, 1622 AD

Prolife Andrew over on YouTube has some amazing videos on the problem of abortion in the Seventh-day Adventist church. Andrew, unlike his church, is pro-life. Andrew cites some very telling statistics about abortion in the Adventist church in the embedded video below.

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Does Adventism teach a deficient Gospel?

James and Ellen White

In the recent discussions with Adventists I’ve started to realise that Saturday observance, in the way modern sabbatarians teach it, is actually more than just a theological difference, more than just a minor error. It’s a complete defect in the nature of the New Covenant.

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Adventism and the ordination of women

Ellen White

Adventism’s decision about the ordination of women is not really about the Bible – it’s about being part of the world, and that is why Adventism will eventually fall – it’s part of the world’s need to reject divine authority and do as it pleases, the essence of Protestantism, the itching ear syndrome (2 Timothy 4:3).

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Adventism cannot be the true remnant church

Picture of a random baby off WikiMedia Commons

Adventism claims to be the chosen remnant church, called out of the rest of Christianity. The identifying sign of the remnant, according to Adventism, is that they keep all 10 commandments. They don’t. Officially, Adventism condones abortion. That means, officially, Adventism cannot be the true remnant they claim to be.

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