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Sabbath - Seventh-day Adventist beliefs include worship on Saturday, in accordance with the Jewish custom of keeping the seventh day holy, based on the Fourth Commandment. They believe that the later Christian custom of moving the Sabbath to Sunday, to celebrate the day of Christ's resurrection, is unbiblical.What does the Bible say about Seventh day Adventist?
Seventh-day Adventists base their faith on Jesus Christ, the Redeemer of the world, and upon His Word, the Bible that provides the fundamentals of faith and practice. The Bible is God’s revelation of the origin, history, character, and behavior of mankind – especially of the God-man, Jesus Christ.Do the Seventh day Adventists believe that Jesus is God?
•Seventh Day Adventist is a denomination of the Christian faith. Hence, both Seventh Day Adventists and Christians fall under the category of Christian. • Both Christians and Seventh Day Adventists believe in one god, the Trinity, and the teachings of Jesus, the godson.How did the Seventh-day Adventist Church get started?
The Seventh-day Adventist Church formed out of the movement known today as the Millerites. In 1831, a Baptist convert, William Miller, was asked by a Baptist to preach in their church and began to preach that the Second Advent of Jesus would occur somewhere between March 1843 and March 1844, based on his interpretation of Daniel 8:14.