Thanks for visiting my web site. I am always eager
to answer questions. Although many SDAs will not accept me as a brother in Christ, I still consider most SDAs to
be brothers and sisters in Christ solely because they have sought salvation by sincere faith. May
love for Christ, His Word, His Church, His children and lost souls coupled with integrity and selflessness motivate everything
we do is my prayer.
GC421 As anciently the SINS of the people were placed by faith upon the sin offering and
through its blood transferred, in figure, to the earthly sanctuary, so in the New Covenant the SINS
of the repentant are by faith placed upon Christ and transferred, in fact, to the heavenly sanctuary.
READER: If you think that the above underlined portions are true --if you think that the Most
Holy Place in the entire universe (God's Presence) is grossly defiled by atoned sin -- then you should become a Seventh-day
Adventist. If you disagree with it, then you should go elsewhere to worship.
GC486: At the time appointed for the judgment --the close of the 2300 days, in 1844-- began the work of investigation
and blotting out of sins. All who have ever taken upon themselves the name of Chrsit must pass its searching scrutiny. Both
the living and the dead are to be judged "out of those things which are written in the books according to their works."
Sins that have not been repented of and forsaken will not be pardoned and blotted
out of the books of record, but will
stand to witness against the sinner in the day of God. +++
GC486-487: Our acts, our words, even our most secret motives, all have their weight
in deciding our destiny for weal or woe. Though they may be
forgotten by us, they will bear their
testimony to justify or condemn.+++
READER: There is no assurance of salvation in Seventh-day Adventism. One must die worrying about the
consequences of sins and how they may cause others to sin even after the death of the beleiver.
The Investigative Judgment Doctrine is the cultic doctrine of Seventh-day Adventism which they cannot explain. Yet it
is the only reason for their existence. The Investigative Judgment (from their false explanation of Daniel 8:14)
is built on the SDA presupposition that their interpretation of Daniel 8:10-12 is correct. One problem for them is that
EGW did not discuss 8:10-13 and SDA theologians cannot connect their own explanation of 8:10-12 with the question
of 8:13 and their answer in 8:14.
Do you want to confuse the SDA Babylon? It is easy and will send them running from you. First, ask them to
explain 8:10-12. They will proudly tell you about the little horn's opposition to Christ in AD 31, the little horn's destruction
of paganism several centuries later, the little horn's imposition of the confessional during the Middle Ages
and the little horn's supremacy for 1260 years ending in 1798. Second, ask them to tell you which of the events in the
vision mentioned in 8:10-12 actually ended in 1844 according to their date from 8:14.
8:13 How long shall be the vision? How long will it take for the vision to be fulfilled? When will the vision end? None
of their answers answer the question asked in 8:13 because all of their answers are wrong! The little horn did not stop persecuting
Christ or His saints in 1844; the little horn did not stop destroying paganism in 1844; the little horn did not expose
the errors of the confessional in 1844 (the Protestant Reformation claims this in the 16th century) and the events of
1798 did not occur in 1844. Worse yet, SDAs teach that their Investigative Judgment only BEGAN
in 1844. Therefore, no part of the vision of 8:10-12 ended in 1844 and the question of 8:13 is still unanswered in SDA
Russell Earl Kelly, PH. D., 316 Aonia Road, Washington, Ga 30673