Remnant Church

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Seventh-day Adventist Theology - Distinctive Doctrines - Eschatology - The Remnant Church
... The Seventh-day Adventist church regards itself as the "remnant" of Revelation 1217 (KJV) ... The Remnant church "announces the arrival of the judgment hour, proclaims salvation through Christ, and heralds the approach of His second advent" (Fun ... The duty of the Remnant is summed up in the "Three Angels' Messages" of Revelation 146-12, and its two distinguishing marks are seventh-day Sabbath observance and the Spirit of Prophecy (see below) ...
Inspiration Of Ellen G. White - Views - Official Position
... One of the 28 fundamental beliefs of the church is "18 ... This gift is an identifying mark of the remnant church and was manifested in the ministry of Ellen ... her writings are a continuing and authoritative source of truth which provide for the church comfort, guidance, instruction, and correction ...
Adventist Baptismal Vow
... vow is a list of 13 belief statements which a person joining the Seventh-day Adventist Church accepts and given at baptism ... display of faith in Christ, is associated with officially joining the Adventist church, which is a part of the community of believers in Christ ... The vow is explained in the church manual ...

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