Seventh Day Adventism—A Christian Response
Seventh Day Adventists are considered to be part of body of Christ as a Christian denomination. Even so, Adventist theology differs in several significant areas from historic Christian theology. In these series of articles, Wesley Ringer examines some of these differences in light of what the Bible has to say.
- Daniel Seven-Nine: Does it Support Seventh Day Adventism - Is there an "investigative judgment of the saints"?
- Matthew 5-17-19; Too Slender of a Reed to Support Seventh-Day Sabbatarianism Must the Christian set aside only Saturday to worship the Lord?
- Should Christians Worship on Saturday or Sunday? "The Lord's Day": An Analysis of the Meaning of the Phrase in Revelation 1:10
- Is the Sabbath a Creation Ordinance? Did the early church fathers observe the Sabbath? ( 40 kb)
- A Review of Judging the Sabbath by Ron du Preez A technical rebuttal to du Preez's interpretation of what Paul meant by a Sabbath in Colossians 2:16 ( 460 kb)
- The Shut-door and the Sanctuary: Historical and Theological Problems The Open-door and Shut-door controversy within Seventh Day Adventism—the whole picture ( 1300 kb).
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