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Seventh-day Adventist Beliefs

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Seventh Day Adventists doctrine is rooted in the Anabaptist Protestant tradition. Adventists doctrine seems mainstream of orthodox Protestant Trinitarian theology, with some exceptions like the following.

Adventism. Belief in an imminent pre-millennial, second coming everyone visible, preceded by a moment of problems in the righteous will be persecuted and a false second coming of Satan as if he / she is the Messiah.

Ellen G. White. The education of the "Spirit of prophecy", a mark of identification of the remains of the church, said the Ministry of Ellen G. White, whom Adventists recognize as the Lord of the messenger. Her "writings are a continuing and authoritative source of truth in the church comfort, guidance, instruction, and correction." (28 fundamental beliefs) also make clear that the Bible is the standard by which all teaching and experience must be proven.

State of the dead. Seventh-day Adventists believe that death is a dream in which the dead know nothing "(Ecclesiastes 9:5). This position implies that the person is not conscious until the resurrection, the return of Jesus (in the case of the righteous) or after the millennium of Revelation 20 (in the case of the wicked). Because of this position, the Seventh Day Adventists do not believe that hell exists and we believe that the wicked will be destroyed at the end of time.

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