Will Catholics and Protestants Soon Begin to Unite and Attack the SDA Church?

Will Catholics and Protestants Soon Begin to Unite and Attack the SDA Church?

Samuel David Steiner is a former member of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church who recalls many of the teachings he grew up learning. Many of this church’s ideologies involve outlandish thinking about the group's position within the world, as they feel they are soon to be the most hated people in history. The Seventh-Day Adventist Church holds values that conflict with the Protestant and Catholic religions, which is why they seem to believe that these worshippers will be the ones to eventually bring an end to the SDA belief system.

The book Bipolar Winter is a fictional novel based on historical events, where Steiner takes a deep dive into the many ideas the SDA Church holds as truth. His ultimate goal is to allow individuals to make their own decisions on their belief systems instead of feeling forced with threats of punishment if worship is neglected. Although popular within the SDA, these many events that have taken place throughout history are still less known among the populous, which is why Steiner hopes to unveil some of his findings within the book. Discover the truth with Bipolar Winter.


Ellen G. White

Ellen G. White was an American author and co-founder of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. She was instrumental in forming many of the ideologies found within this religion, as she claimed to have received over 2,000 visions from God. The Adventists believed that White held the biblical gift of prophecy, which described the testimony of Jesus through each vision received. Ellen G. White became a prominent role in establishing SDA ideologies through a book titled “The Great Controversy,” which refers to a battle between Jesus Christ and Satan taking place on Earth. Along with this theme is a collection of her visions, which include the idea that Protestants will join forces with the Catholic Church to attack the Seventh-day Adventist Church, first in the United States and then around the world.


The Seventh-Day Adventist Church Beliefs

The Seventh-Day Adventist Church accepts the Bible as their only source of faith and claim that certain beliefs are the teachings of the Holy Scriptures. These systems create the methods for teaching and expressing their ideologies. They accept God as their utmost ruler, as the creator of this world, in wisdom, grace, and love. The SDA Church holds 28 Fundamental Beliefs that can be organized into six categories: God, man, salvation, church, daily Christian life, and last-day events. These teachings and who the SDA hold as prophets make up what this religion is all about.


The Seventh-Day Adventist Church on the Catholic and Protestant Religions

Seventh-Day Adventists agree with many Catholic beliefs, including the Trinity, Christ’s divinity, the Virgin Birth, the Atonement, and Christ’s Second Coming. That said, they do hold many anti-Catholic ideologies that play a role in their belief that this religion will eventually attempt to establish SDA’s downfall. Their anti-Catholic viewpoints include: the Catholic Church is the Whore of Babylon, the Pope is the Antichrist, and Sunday worship will be “the mark of the beast.”


Catholics and Protestants Uniting to Attack the SDA Church

The SDA Church teaches its members that they are to prepare to become the most hated people in the history of the world (more within the video in this blog), and they are to consider it a warning to flee to the mountains to hide and save their lives. Prophecies they hold as truth state that Protestants will join forces with the Catholic Church to attack the Seventh-Day Adventist church, first in the United States and then worldwide. According to Ellen G. White, as told in “The Great Controversy,” these attacks will be based on the belief that the SDA Church is responsible for calamities throughout the world.

Take a deeper dive into this idea and more within the book Bipolar Winter by Samuel David Steiner.

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