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Exposing Adventism - Disturbing questions for sincere Adventists

  1. Why was there no Seventh-Day Adventist religion before 1844?
  2. Why was there no teaching of the "Investigative Judgment" before 1844? Why isn't this doctrine found in the Word of God?
  3. Why do Seventh-Day Adventists only recognize Ellen G. White as a prophetess? Do you mean to tell me that no other prophets have appeared in nearly 2,000 years?
  4. Why did Jesus never tell us to look for another messenger or prophet? If what Seventh-day Adventists teach is true concerning Ellen G. White, then surely the Word of God would have foretold of the coming of such a great prophetess, who would reveal new doctrines. To the contrary, the Bible says nothing of the such.
  5. If what Seventh-Day Adventists teach is true, then what about all those Christian people who died between the cross of Christ, and the beginning of the Investigative Judgment of 1844? If Christ needed to complete His work of redemption, then why would He wait until 1844?
  6. Why did the White Party, suddenly feel a need to start a whole different religion?
  7. If Ellen G. White was such an inspired prophetess, why didn't God give her the revelation of the year 1844? Why would God give it to William Miller, a Baptist preacher, instead?
  8. Why would God choose a prophet that would prove to be such an embarrassment to Him by plaigarising and lying about it?
  9. Why would the General Conference (by way of the White Estate) hide the evidence of lying and other embarrassments by means of deception?
  10. How can you believe in a prophet of the Lord that makes a promise in the name of the Lord, and then breaks that promise in the name of the Lord?

Doesn't anyone find it disturbing that the entire Seventh-Day Adventist religion was formed out of a major embarrassment, when a foolish Baptist preacher twisted the Bible around, set a date for Christ to return, and then Christ didn't return. There wasn't even a lightening bolt. Nothing.

The facts support the conclusion that the Seventh-Day Adventist religion was formed by a group of sinfully proud people, who couldn't accept the fact that they had been hoodwinked by a misguided Baptist preacher. Thankfully, most Baptist preachers would never be so foolish as to set a date for Christ's return. The Bible plainly teaches in Mark 13:33, "Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is."

The foolish people in 1844, who followed a man, instead of God's Word, were greatly embarrassed when Miller's prophecy failed to come true.

Think about it. These people had sold their homes, quit their jobs, and given away all earthly possessions! Can you imagine how idiotic and desperate they felt? The embarrassment was so overwhelming that they couldn't live with themselves, so they fabricated a new religion which would heal the wounds. Unfortunately, it was to their own destruction, and their woeful legacy lingers on.

2 Peter 3:16 tells us,"...in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction."



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