What do 7th Adventist believe in?
Seventh-Day Adventists (SDAs) are a marginal Christian denomination (like Jehovah’s Witness and Church of Latter-day Saints) that holds many of the same beliefs as mainstream churches (like Baptist or Methodist), but differs in several important ways. 1. the first and most obvious is the issue of the “sabbath”, or the “seventh day.” Adventists have a ‘back to the Bible’ approach to Christianity and take the Bible at its word, fundamentally. So when you read in the Bible that “six days thou shalt work but on the seventh thou shalt rest,” Adventists take the Bible at its word. Adventists, much like the Jews, worship on Saturday, since that is the seventh day in our Roman calendar. Adventists call it “Sabbath” because this is how the ancient Jews called the seventh day, as recorded in the Bible. Adventists believe that the entire day is holy, beginning from the night before, to that Saturday night. Adventists refrain from doing any “work” on the holy day, though this is open to interpreta