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Seventh Day Adventist and False Prophets

Jul 30, 2016 by     6 Comments    Posted under: Uncategorized

Anytime someone comes to you and tries to sell you on their particular beliefs in God, the easy way God provided His people to TEST/PROVE it is by holding it up to what He told Moses. Are they keeping God’s commandments? Are they adding or taking away from His judgments and statutes? It becomes an easy pass or fail situation.


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  • Excellent series on the so-called Trinity, the Deut 13 test and false prophets. It sounds like you did a lot of study on the 7th Day Adventist prophetess, but this video comes across as rambling, especially at the end. Could you do a re-make? I know you emphasize that your videos are “opinion” but please give more details regarding SDA teaching errors. Personally, i am fascinated by the Millerite links that probably led the way for the SDA/White debacle.

  • Another great vid.
    Its interesting to note that the SDA Mormons and JHWs all erupted close to each other time wise……

  • Only the Cubs could win the World Series.

  • We have went to the seventh day advent church many times trying to follow in the right path. What made us stop going was they won’t baptize without telling you all the changes you have to make before they will! I find that isn’t their job to judge you. Also I thought when you decide to follow our father and commit your life you have many sins to turn from, some people can see and others only our father knows. I also believe you get gifts of strength and blessing to do so being baptized.
    At this point we still haven’t been baptized and we both want to be.
    We really enjoy learning from you! Thank you, Dori

  • Hi New2Torah!

    A friend suggested I check out your channel. Being a lifelong SDA member I was immediately drawn to this video. I watched it with interest and enthusiasm. I consider myself a pretty open-minded person and am willing to let others challenge my beliefs (that’s how we grow, right!).

    I don’t know how much time you’ve spent reviewing the beliefs of the SDA church but, being a member I thought I would share the general consensus on EGW. I think it’s safe to say the church’s core membership believe something similar to the following:

    SDA firmly believe, and attest from the pulpit, that the Bible stands alone as the rule of faith and practice. We also believe in testing the prophets against the word of God. Summarizing the objectives of the Ellen White writings it can be seen that they are intended to serve three basic purposes: (1) to direct attention to the Bible, (2) to aid in understanding the Bible, and (3) to help in applying Bible principles in our lives.

    You are correct that EGW made claims about lifestyle and healthy living that are not based explicitly in scripture (though one could argue they are in general terms), however, Adventists use some of these areas of her writings as more guidelines than rules. We believe a person is saved by grace and not of works (Eph 2:8). We believe our actions influence those around us, and so we make an effort to not conform to the patterns of the world (Rom 12:2). This is why things like alcohol, sugar, caffein, and meat come up a lot when talking to SDA members. I don’t believe the church thinks these things a ‘salvation’ issue, but rather, by abstaining from them allows us to live lives more focused and in tune with our Creator and Savior.

    My two cents. Thanks!

  • Hey Zach great video, as always. Just thought to mention another thing about EGW. I was SDA until I found Torah, thanks to you and Rob Skiba,thanks. When I read Desire of ages I noticed when I got to the section on the sermon on the mount that she totally misses the theme of the sermon itself,Yeshuas teachings! This made up my mind that she is not a prophet of Elohim. Also the SDA’s will disfellowship you if you touch alcohol,where is this in scripture?

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