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describing areas of concern in God’s church – the Seventh-day Adventist church

“Seventh-day Adventist pioneers and their protest against systemic racism” by Kevin Burton is rank error

This is a rebuttal of Kevin Burton’s article in the Adventist Review, which claims that basically everything the early SDA pioneers stood for, was intertwined with a stance against American “systemic racism”. The original article can be found here: https://www.adventistreview.org/seventh-day-adventist-pioneers-and-their-protest-against- systemic-racism Kevin Burton is a Ph.D. Candidate (Florida State University), who teaches in the History …

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Seventh-day Adventists and George Floyd protests (Black Lives Matter)

Seventh-day Adventist leaders – George Floyd is not about racism, it’s about Marxists forcing their anti-Christian lawlessness on everyone. My SDA Church leaders have been bending over backwards this month in order to show that they are in-step with the Progressive agenda. Ostensibly it is about anti-racism. But looking at the evidence, it is not …

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Jeff Pippenger prophesies Muslims will bomb Nashville on July 18, 2020

Well, Jeff Pippenger seems to have really gone overboard this week. His “Future for America” group put a full page ad in the Nashville Tennessean prophesying that some Islamic group will detonate a nuclear weapon in Nashville Tennessee on July 18, 2020. I met the man once in Holland in 2006, and agreed with most …

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Seventh-day Adventist leaders bow to anarchists over George Floyd’s death

It’s really sad to see how so many of God’s church’s leaders bow down to the god of public opinion and media frenzy. This post is in response to articles on the Adventist Review, who deleted nearly all of my comments to their articles. Right now, Adventist Review has at least 5 articles all of …

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Seventh-day Adventist Church makes statement on abortion

In 1992 the SDA Church leaders made an “Official Guidelines on Abortion” document. It was supportive of abortion, thus casting a huge, dark blot on her record. Many supporters tried to play it down as “not being the officially voted on position by the church as a world body”, but it was of course the …

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Stephen Bohr and Secrets Unsealed plan to break Sabbath at Tenaya Lodge again

Stephen Bohr and Secrets Unsealed advocate breaking the Sabbath for evangelism purposes. I’ve held off on writing this post for a long time, knowing that Pastor Stephen Bohr has done much good, but as it seems that this grievous error is going to be advocated again this year (2019), it may be my duty to …

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The Gospels are an “unbalanced doctrine” according to pope Francis

Breitbart News recently published that the pope said the Gospels are “imbalanced”, and that “imbalance” is good!: Christians must embrace the “imbalance” of the gospel rather than trying to put everything in order, Pope Francis said Thursday, which leads to a “dictatorship of functionalism.” It is an error to try to “fix” things and impose …

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Adventists can’t bring themselves to identify “Islam” as source of Sri Lankan attacks

On Easter, April 21 2019, there were several horrific bombings targeting churches in Sri Lanka. As of this writing, 321 people were murdered. Who were they murdered by? Of course, it was by Muslim jihadists who believe in their “holy” book, the Qur’an, that commands them to “fight until all is for Allah”. So what …

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Seventh-day Adventist pastors promote abortion

This is awful. Seventh-day Adventist pastors are in the list of denominations that have pastors who signed a document asking Tennessee’s governor to oppose legislation that would make it illegal to kill an innocent, developing human that has a heartbeat. “A group of some 150 Tennessee faith leaders, many of them Christian, have sent a …

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March for Life 2019 – no Adventists?

So nice to see so many people marching for the rights of innocent, developing humans in Washington D.C. The theme this year is: “Unique from Day One: Pro-Life is Pro-Science.” Humans unique from day one after conception The pics of the people show decent, reasonable-looking people, not the half-mad, vulgar, pierced, tattooed rebellious bunch that …

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SDA President Ted Wilson’s comment on no Sunday Law “in the pipeline”

Recently quite a few fellow Seventh-day Adventists are calling President Ted Wilson a “Jesuit” for saying that there is no Sunday Law “in the pipeline”. This especially got traction from Amazing Word Ministries’ Pr. Nougaisse’s videos here: https://youtu.be/wHTJ77H0xVY https://youtu.be/zhHCDhYiaOk and End-Time Prophecies’ video: https://youtu.be/e8jTMWFhxCA It sounds incredible, so I decided to check out the actual …

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Pastor Branner also teaches time-setting, contrary to God’s words

Pastor Branner is a SDA pastor referenced by David Gates in his “Even at the Door” sermon. I watched the 2 part series by Pr. Branner, titled “Prophecy Science and the New World Order”. He says many good things, and I generally am in agreement with what he says. Especially I’m delighted to see he …

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David Read of Fulcrum7 doesn’t believe in words of God

Recently, there was an article on Fulcrum7 by Eugene Prewitt where he quoted Deuteronomy 6:6 that says “these words” in referring to what is in the Bible, and he also wrote: “They should be hearing and thinking of God’s words continuously.” Since this is exactly what I believe, and that he has said before that …

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