The Seventh-day Adventist Church (SDA) was started by Ellen G. White in the United States of America in the nineteenth century and continues to this day. While holding to many Biblical teachings, there are some disagreements between evangelical Christians and Seventh-day Adventists. For example, Adventists believe in the doctrine of "soul-sleep" and annihilationism for the unsaved rather than eternal concious torment in Hell. For more information see the resources below.
"Seventh-day Adventist Church Profile" by Timothy Oliver
"The Seventh-day Adventists: Christian or Cultic?" by David R. Reagan
"Should We Keep the Sabbath?" by James Borland
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISM and the Writings of Ellen G. White (Book)
Seventh-day Adventism is a reflection of its prophetess Ellen G. White. Adventism is dependent on her writings and stands or falls on the truthfulness of her teachings. Ellen White's claims to inspiration are challenged by the fact that she made false predictions, contradicted the Bible and even contradicted herself. This fascinating, carefully researched book applies the biblical truth to Adventist claims about Ellen G. White.
– Certain Adventists living in 1856 will be alive to see Jesus return.
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