The Deadly Fallacy of Seventh Day Adventism: Its Fanaticism Exposed, Its Absurd Claims Examined, Its Methods Investigated, Its False Teachings De by George Whitefield Ridout

The Deadly Fallacy of Seventh Day Adventism: Its Fanaticism Exposed, Its Absurd Claims Examined…

byGeorge Whitefield Ridout

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From the introduction:
Like other cults and fallacies Seventh Day Adventism was conceived in ignorance and born of presumption.

William Miller was reared in the backwoods and received only the poor advantages of a common school. He was a Baptist. He claims that in 1831 he discovered by the prophecies, particularly the Book of Daniel, that he knew the exact year and day the end of the world would come and Christ would appear. He predicted that the event would happen on the tenth day of the seventh Jewish month 1843. He then set it for 1844. The thing did not happen.

One of their number after being with them 28 years said: “It was born in a mistake. The work produced great fanaticism. Out of the movement has grown a whole brood of errors. Their work is largely proselytizing.

Seventh Day Adventism makes its biggest “hit” by its false Sabbath claims. It scares, intimidates, accuses, and condemns all of Christendom (save Seventh Day Adventists) on the score that if people do not keep the Jewish Sabbath they are transgressors of the whole Decalogue, and multitudes of people are carried away by this false and deceptive teaching, totally unaware that Seventh Day Adventism harbors some deadly fallacies.

Let us see what it teaches. Dr. Biederwolf summarizes the Fallacies of Seventh Day Adventism as follows:

1. It teaches that Christ entered into the Holy of holies in the heavenly sanctuary in 1844, to make an investigation of the sins of His people, with the purpose of completing His atonement for them and so securing for them the pardon of God.

2. It taught that the door of mercy was then closed to all who at that time were unsaved.

3. It taught that it was a sin to do any work after that time.

4. It teaches that Satan is to be made the scapegoat to bear away the sins of God’s people.

5. It teaches that the souls of the dead sleep in the grave until the day of the resurrection and the judgment.

6. It teaches that the wicked are to be finally annihilated.

7. It teaches that the seventh day of the week is to be observed as the Sabbath and not the first day.

 

The Table of Contents are as follows:
Chapter 1 — SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISM
Chapter 2 — PROPHETS AND THE PROPHETESS OF SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISM
Chapter 3 — THE ABSURD CLAIMS OF SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISM EXAMINED
Chapter 4 — IN CONCLUSION

Title:The Deadly Fallacy of Seventh Day Adventism: Its Fanaticism Exposed, Its Absurd Claims Examined…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 15, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990050879644

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