What we Seventh-day Adventists request of the rebels—who are losing the sense of mission that was entrusted us—is to respect what was voted in GC Session, or resign from their administrative leadership.
The Sabbath controversy among Adventists in the Pacific is increasingly being reported in secular media. It is an embarrassment to our church. When will the General Conference act?
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“We are going to elect more women this year, we’re going to elect more people who are L.G.B.T., we’re going to elect more people who are people of color.”
This world-wide Movement is not limited to a mere Conference or a subdivision of the Church; we are part of a special family—the Advent Movement—identified with the primitive Christian church resurgent as the Remnant.
“The Seventh-day Adventist Church has become an entity unto itself with blatant disregard for the community and its own church congregations,” according to the SOS Wahroonga website.
I believe what we are seeing is a new moral code, conceived in political ambience, and bequeathed to the church as the enrichment and transformation of Adventism.
Faithful Seventh-day members have consistently refused to capitulate to the unsacred demands of this culturally progressive wing of the church. Because it isn’t biblical.