The following article talks about the Adventist movement. This article looks at how it came to be, its beliefs and practices, and what makes this Christian denomination so unique. There is also a small section in this article discussing the Adventists' relationship with the Roman Catholic Church.

Adventism has spread rapidly around the world in recent decades and is now one of the largest Protestant denominations in Germany. It currently has approximately 23 million members globally and promotes a fusion of spiritual and social activism within an evangelical framework that places an emphasis on personal relationships with God through study, prayer, meditation, evangelism and social justice work. Adventism has a loose structure and its adherents are referred to as Adventists or Adventists. The main body of Adventist teachings can be summarised as: the infallibility and inerrancy of the Bible; the premillennial return of Christ; 'the three angels' messages; and 'the investigative judgment'.
Adventism has come under fire from certain groups such as the Jehovah's Witnesses, whose religious practices differ from those held by Adventists. The relations between these two groups have been strained, with casualties such as the Verdi affair in Germany where a former member claimed that many JW's had been brainwashed into believing their doctrines were true. Adventists believe that the Jehovah's Witnesses are not true Christians, but they differ on how to deal with them. Both groups see the other as outsiders and their relationship is one of wary coexistence rather than full unity.Adventism has had an extraordinary worldwide growth since the 1740s. The main areas of Adventist activity are Africa, Latin America, Asia, India and parts of Europe. 4 major countries have increased their membership numbers by more than 3x between 19752010: South America (from 16 million in 1975 to 48 million in 2010), China/Asia (from 69 million in 1985 to 429 million in 2010), Australia (from 543,000 in 1985 to more than 2. 3 million in 2010) and Germany (from 1.7 million in 1975 to more than 14 million in 2010).

Adventism's world headquarters is located at the "American Centre", Kensal Green, London, also known by various other names, although the official name is "Adventist World Headquarters" or "Building of the Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society of Pennsylvania". The Center has 38 regular Adventist ministries throughout the world. The "Herald of the Adventist Church" is an English-language periodical produced by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is published monthly by the Review and Herald Publishing Association. It was first published in 1858 as "The Review and Herald", then renamed "The Signs of the Times" in 1931 and finally adopted its current name in 1965.

Adventists believe that Christ's presence will bring about a change in society, meaning that those who live during this time will be less materialistic. As such, they promote a lifestyle which they see as more healthy than those found with mainstream Christianity. 248eeb4e9f3220 Film In Tamil Free Download !!TOP!! HD潟ゃ潟若ゃ種Silat Lagenda若種,Tribon M3SP1









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