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The Festivals Asladon 101 2/26/2010
Why do Seventh-Day Adventists object to keeping the feasts of Leviticus? God has set these "Holidays" up for us to keep! Why don't we celebrate them?
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To Asladon101: Christmas is a pagan holiday masked for a Christian holiday. It is called Saturnalia, after the pagan god Saturn.
-- By: Jaydin



The Law Done Away With Risharda 1/19/2010
Hi, I have a friend who asked me why Seventh-day Adventists keep the Sabbath when the Bible states that the law is done away with. He didn't give me any verses to help me answer his question so I looked it up myself. I understand that the laws dealing with sacrifices were done away with because the promise that they represented was fulfilled by Christ's dying on the cross. But what about The Commandments? How can I explain that those are still in effect? Thanks for your answers!
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the bible text used to support this claim is colossians 2:14, but people fail to read the rest of the chapter or even the next two verses which explain the ordinances; especially verse 15 that mentions them as the festivals mentioned in leviticus 23. the laws that are done away with are the laws moses wrote not the laws God wrote on stone with His fingers
-- By: The Bug



Outsiders Rafael 11/13/2009
Will all outsiders to our religion (Non-Seventh Day Adventist) persons go to hell?
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No, they won't. I know plenty of Adventists, but I also know non-Adventists (that are other Christian denominations) & they are just as genuine of Christians as my Adventist friends. Acts 16:31 says, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved." And Jesus once said, "I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand.
-- By: Allison94



Church rules? confused 7/18/2009
Okay so I live in the South and I got used to the churches over here. Things like you wear suits and dresses to church, you don't wear jewelry, there aren't any drums in most of the churches, and most people don't go out and eat at restaurants after the service. But then I went and visited the West coast and the churches over there seem to be very lax. Basically everything they do is opposite from what I mentioned above. They wear jeans and jewelry to church, they have drums, and the whole church goes out to a restaurant in-place of potluck. So I have some questions. Churches from the west coast are saying that they wear jeans and jewelry and play drums in church so that they won't scare people away from the church. On the surface, this seems like a good idea to me because the world gets turned off towards our church when they see us going to church in suits and just playing "boring" old hymns. Is this right? Should we be making other people more comfortable?
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i have a feature on my caemra that allows me to take night and portait' pictures and the pictures turn out like that. the pic i have of bryanna on myspace that has the caption Keep true to the dreams of thy youth.' is similar to your shutter locking open on u. its amazing how things can look like a terrible thing and turn out to be a random and amazing thing in the end.
-- By: Fabiano



Biblical laws we ignore? Vianna Dublin 6/7/2009
In the bible Lord speaks about clean and unclean meats. We as seventh-day Adventists follow this thoroughly. However, right after this chapter there are laws concerning sexual issues, leprosy and uncleanliness. Why is it that these are not held in the same light as the chapters concerning clean and unclean meats? Confused and unsure.
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Thank you for all your responses. I know I'm quite late in replying. What i was refering to was Leviticus 12,13, 14, and 15 where they speak about a woman who has just given childbirth is unclean, in 13 they speak about a person who has been healed from an infectious disease being unclean, 14 speaks about skin diseases and 15 about a man who has had a discharge and a woman who is seeing her monthy period being unclean.
-- By: Vianna Dublin



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