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Seventh-Day Adventists

A branch of Protestantism founded by Ellen G White (1827–1915), which adheres to certain health-related guidelines. Seventh-Day Adventists abstain from alcohol and tobacco; consume a simple, strictly vegetarian diet; exercise; bathe regularly; and may use prayer instead of physicians, who are consulted when necessary.
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The Seventh-day Adventist Church preaches to its members about clean vegetarian practices propagated by the Book of Leviticus.
Adventist Health Study-1 (AHS-1) was started in 1974.
"At the 60th General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists delegates considered the following question regarding the ordination of women to the gospel ministry: "Is it acceptable for division executive committees, as they may deem it appropriate in their territories, to make provision for the ordination of women to the gospel ministry?
Key adventist beliefs include the ideaAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA the world was created liter in six days, andAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA the Sabbath should be marked on Saturday, not Sun When Carson was invited to speak at a convention for Southern Baptists, he eventually backed out because pastors who opposed it said that Seventh-day Adventist theology "denies the doctrine of hell in favor of annihilation and believes that those who worship on Sunday will bear the 'mark of the beast.' "
One can have a pleasant surprise when one tries the healthy and delicious vegetarian dishes at the Healthy Bites restaurant at the Adventist Medical Center Manila (AMCM) in Pasay City.
particularly documented Jacobs's and his peers' gradual transformation from devout Adventists to eager Shaker converts.
"Lee was the first and for a long time the only and the most influential church-state litigator the Adventist Church has ever produced," Mitchell Tyner, a former church attorney, told the Adventist Review.
By the time the Whites and their entourage arrived in Battle Creek in late 1855, local Adventists had built a small two-story frame building on the corner of West Main and Washington streets to house the Review and Herald offices.
In 2002, Loma Linda received a grant from the National Institutes of Health gave to continue the research on Seventh-day Adventists.
Maranatha Volunteers International dedicated the Cuba Seventh-Day Adventist Seminary's first church building in Havana in a Mar.
* State of the dead--Seventh Day Adventists believe that death is a sleep during which the "dead know nothing." The person has no conscious form of existence until resurrection.

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