Seventh Day Adventism is a Protestant Christian denomination that stresses the importance of the celebration of the Sabbath on the seventh day of the week, in their interpretation, Saturday. It also puts a special focus on the return of Jesus Christ to earth in the Apocalypse. It was formally created in 1863 and was based on principles derived from the teachings of William Miller, Joseph Bates, Ellen G. White, and others.
It is worth noting that William Miller predicted the return of Jesus in 1843 based on his Bible Study. He had no formal theological training nor did he use the help of others to arrive at his conclusions. More information will follow in order to show the numerous errors Miller made in predicting the return of Jesus. While Seventh Day Adventist will not admit it, Ellen White predcited the return of Jesus at least three times.
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