Strange as it might sound to Christians, Seventh Day Adventists think Sunday worship is the mark of the beast in the bible! The sinister effects of that single doctrinal error will not be manifested until the real mark of the beast is revealed, but its identity will be hidden from them because they have been taught the mark of the beast is something totally different!
Furthermore, they imply from their errant doctrinal view that if someone takes the mark of the beast, he can afterwards repent and be saved. That too is dangerous, for that is NOT the message of God delivered through the third angel in Revelation.
Over the years, zealous Saturday Sabbatarians, especially Seventh Day Adventists, have contacted our ministry about early Christianity and their alleged observance of the Saturday Sabbath until it was changed by the Catholic church under Constantine in the fourth century.
The Isa. 66:22,23 argument for Saturday Sabbath keeping is common in Saturday Sabbath Keeping circles, but not a solid argument.
In Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) circles, a vision that Ellen G. White (EGW) had in 1847 is important to their exaltation of the Sabbath command:
The SDA people have been WRONGLY taught Jesus is Michael the archangel!
Probably the strangest view of the mark of the beast can be found among the Seventh Day Adventists.
As with any point of doctrine, one must carefully search the Scriptures for an answer to this important question (2 Tim. 3:16, 17). This cannot be stressed too much, for it is only in the Scriptures that we can learn God's truths.
Ecclesiastes is a book that Seven Day Adventists like to use when trying to teach soul sleep. You'll find out much in this review of that book.
For a Saturday Sabbatarian to say Sunday worship is the mark of the beast is a GRAND and GLARING scriptural error. Read why this is so here.