Can Seventh Day Adventists remarry?
Louis, in 2005. No wonder. The suggested changes in the Divorce and Remarriage section of the church rules were so nuanced many delegates didnt recognize them. For example, a husband or wife who is beaten by a spouse can get a divorce, but he or she cannot remarry unless, or until, the ex-mate commits adultery.
What is unique about Seventh Day Adventists?
Seventh-day Adventists differ in only four areas of beliefs from the mainstream Trinitarian Christian denominations. These are the Sabbath day, the doctrine of the heavenly sanctuary, the status of the writings of Ellen White, and their doctrine of the second coming and millennium.
Why do Seventh Day Adventist not celebrate Christmas?
As most may already be aware, Seventh-day Adventists do not eat pork, so eating it at Christmas is not even part of the equation. For them, it is not evidenced that Jesus was born on December 25 so they refrain from being caught up in the commercial aspect of Christmas. However, they still celebrate the birth of Jesus.
What do Seventh Day Adventists believe about jewelry?
Some people think that not wearing jewelry is somehow a “salvation by works” issue, but as Seventh-day Adventists we believe that we are saved by the blood of Jesus, not by anything that we do or do not do. The question of jewelry comes under the broader topic of Christian lifestyle and appearance.
How do Seventh-day Adventists get married?
A: The Seventh-day Adventist Church believes that marriage, “instituted by God, is a monogamous, heterosexual relationship between one male and one female. As such, marriage is a public, lawfully binding lifelong commitment of a man and a woman to each other and between the couple and God (Mark 10:2-9; Romans 7:2).