All sorts of interesting question have been asked about the SDA.
Here is another that I found for the SDA experts who post here......
On page 62 of the Seventh-day Advenitst Church Manual there is a list of “REASONS FOR DISCIPLINE”
The section states:
Reasons for Discipline
The reasons for which members SHALL be subject to discipline are:
1. Denial of faith in the fundamentals of the gospel and in the fundamental beliefs of the Church or teaching doctrines contrary to the same.
2. Violation of the law of God, such as worship of idols, murder, stealing, profanity, gambling, Sabbathbreaking, and willful and habitual falsehood.
Please NOTE that the word “”SHALL”” as it appears in the above section of the SDA Church manual means “WILL WITHOUT FAIL”.
How does the SDA church define “sabbathbreaking” in order to determine IF a member has broken the sabbath and are thus subject to the discipline of the Church?
Where does a person find the criteria by which that “sabbath breaker” would be judged by the Church?
Please provide an itemized list with supporting Bible texts.http://cc.adventist.org/wp-content/u...15_updated.pdf