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A False Issue – The Day-line — 3 Comments

  1. This article from the 1906 issue of the Signs of the Times gives some indication of how persistent the agitation over the “Eden Day-line” was in our history. The first published reference to it of which we are aware was in a letter by Ellen White in 1900, as published in Selected Messages, Vol III. And here we see another article published in 1906!

    This day line theory served to bring in confusion, adding to the confusion regarding the actual date line in places such as Tonga, where not only Seventh-day Adventists but other denominations as well were confused over which week to follow.

    So what is the lesson for us today?

    • This idea is one I had not been aware of this till now.
      Wow! Guess Satan,the self-styled god, is up to scheme
      of last day deceptions to deceive, if possible, the very
      elect! Let’s not fall for his tricks.

  2. Interesting comment from Matt Rosenberg, the geographer at About.com (the learning website).

    “As a geographer who respects history and the calendar, I find the move by the SDA to Sunday to be somewhat historically unprecedented.”

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