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Adventists are in a dilemma because the Sabbath doesn't fall on Saturday. They worship part of the time on Friday, and part of the time on Saturday.

Adventists worship on parts of days honoring two pagan deities. This is an undeniable fact.

  • Friday: The name Friday comes from the Old English Frigedæg, meaning the day of Frige, the Germanic goddess of beauty, who is a later incarnation of the Norse goddess Frigg, but also potentially connected to the Goddess Freyja. It is based on the Latin Dies Veneris, "Day of Venus"; compare French Vendredi and Spanish Viernes. Venus was the Roman god of beauty, love and sex.
  • Saturday: Saturday is the only day of the week to retain its Roman origin in English, named after the Roman god Saturn associated with the Titan Cronos, father of Zeus and many Olympians. In Latin it was Dies Saturni, "Day of Saturn".
Christians worship on a day called "Today" (Hebrews 4:7-10).
7 Therefore God again set a certain day, calling it Today, when a long time later he spoke through David, as was said before:
"Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts."
8 For if Joshua had given them rest, God would not have spoken later about another day.
9 There remains, then, a Sabbath-rest for the people of God;
10 for anyone who enters God's rest also rests from his own work, just as God did from his.
Obviously the children of Israel already observed the 7th-day Sabbath of Joshua. But Joshua was unable to give them true Rest.
 
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