Investigating Seventh-day Adventist Claims about Bible Prophecy

SDA Founder Prophetess Ellen White pictured with David Koresh, a follower of Ellen White and a self-styled prophet who died in a fire at his compound in Waco. This scene reminds us of all those who have burned up in the fires of religious fanaticism.

Welcome to Amazing Fiction

The Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church has painted a fascinating portrait of end-time Bible prophecies, in which their church is the one and only remnant church having "the truth." The Catholic Church is the Harlot of Revelation 17, and all other churches are the "daughters of the Harlot." These ideas are trumpted in on You-tube, television, and in books, magazines, tracts, and bible studies. Some of the more popular are Doug Batchelor's Amazing Facts and the SDA Church's Revelation Seminars Bible studies.

This web site will investigate the claims being made by Seventh-day Adventists by comparing SDA "truth" to Bible truth. Is the Seal of God really the Sabbath? Does the number 666 really point to the Pope? Is the SDA Church really the only ones with Bible truth? Or have they spun a web of Amazing Fiction to snare people into their church?

Compare SDA Prophecy teachings with the Bible. You deserve to know the truth.

Click on the links in to the left to see the studies

Each study on the left has an easy-to-follow color-coded presentation explained below:

SDA "Truth"

Presents the SDA understanding of the prophecy


Problems with SDA "Truth"

Demonstrates how the SDA teaching contradicts the Bible and historical facts


The Bible Truth

Presents the Biblical truth about the prophecy


Your Questions Answered

Provides answers to common questions


For Deeper Study

Links to study the subject in more depth


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