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Exposing Adventism - Satan Will Ultimately Bear Our Sins

Adventism teaches that Satan will bear our sins. It also teaches that Christ bears our sins, via His blood, into the Most Holy Place of a physical heavenly sanctuary located somewhere on the other side of the constellation Orion. The SDA Clear Word Bible teaches that this physical heavenly sanctuary will be located outside the New Jerusalem as a sort of museum that the saints can go outside the physical city and visit.

Where in the Bible does it teach that Satan will bear our sins, and if so then what was the point of Jesus' death on the cross? Evidently Jesus did not bear the result of our sins for us?

In the typical service the high priest, having made the atonement for Israel, came forth and blessed the congregation. So Christ, at the close of his work as a mediator, will appear, "without sin unto salvation," [HEB. 9:28.] to bless his waiting people with eternal life. As the priest, in removing the sins from the sanctuary, confessed them upon the head of the scapegoat, so Christ will place all these sins upon Satan, the originator and instigator of sin. The scape-goat, bearing the sins of Israel, was sent away "unto a land not inhabited;" [LEV. 16:22.] so Satan, bearing the guilt of all the sins which he has caused God's people to commit, will be for a thousand years confined to the earth, which will then be desolate, without inhabitant, and he will at last suffer the full penalty of sin, in the fires that shall destroy all the wicked. Thus the great plan of redemption will reach its accomplishment in the final eradication of sin, and the deliverance of all who have been willing to renounce evil. (The Great Controversy, 1888, p. 485)

What does God's Word teach us?

He himself bore our sins in His body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by His wounds you have been healed. 1 Peter 2:24

Who is the "He" that this verse is talking about?

 
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