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©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

There are now two distinct camps in Adventism. The split became apparent in the late 1970’s when "pastors" of many years' standing began to question their prophetess, Ellen G. White. They began to question her peculiar doctrines which could not be supported fully by the Scriptures. Many were disillusioned by the revelation of her plagiarism, which was very extensive, and documented in the book, "The White Lie" by former SDA "pastor," Walter Rea.

The hundreds of "pastors" who questioned Ellen White as an absolute authority and discovered the cover-up by the White Estate, soon found themselves on the outside, still trying to bring about reform from that disadvantaged position. Two camps quickly formed, those loyal to Ellen White, and those determined to be loyal to the Bible above all else.

Those loyal to Ellen White published statements such as those contained in the "Ministry" Magazine of October, 1981. Ron Graybill, who was the assistant secretary of the Ellen G. White Estate at that time, made this statement on page 8, "We believe the revelation and inspiration of both the Bible and Ellen White's writings to be of equal quality.  The superintendence of the Holy Spirit was just as careful and thorough in one case as in the other." Graybill, however, went on to state that..."we dare not use Ellen White as the final arbiter in matters of doctrine." In later years, he resigned his position.

The Seventh-Day Adventist church "felt the heat," and formed several councils to look into Ellen White's peculiar doctrines. They spent months in discussion, published endless papers, but to this day have not corrected Ellen White's views. Therefore, since an adequate time period has passed for these issues to be corrected by the church, we must again take a look at Adventism as it stands today and decide if it is a cult?

When a person is baptized as a SDA they receive a "Certificate of Profession of Faith" after signing a thirteen-point statement entitled "My Commitment." Few would take issue with the first five points.  However, by point six, we find that the doctrinal position of the SDA differs significantly from what the scriptures teach. (Click here to see the Official SDA Baptismal Vows.)

We are a charitable organisation which aims to help improve the sexual health and wellbeing of men and women, and raise awareness of the extent to which sexual problems affect the general population.

Learn about counselling options, sex therapy, how to talk to your GP about sexual problems, and more.

Access validated sexual health tests and questionnaires to assess your concerns and provide sound advice.

Contains information and advice relating to a wide array of sexual issues affecting men, women and couples.

All information entered into the app is completely anonymous, so your personal data is fully protected.

Real Family Talk with Willie & Elaine Oliver is a weekly 30-minute TV show on The Hope Channel! Watch past episodes or find a station online!

©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

Real Family Talk with Willie & Elaine Oliver is a weekly 30-minute TV show on The Hope Channel! Watch past episodes or find a station online!

©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

There are now two distinct camps in Adventism. The split became apparent in the late 1970’s when "pastors" of many years' standing began to question their prophetess, Ellen G. White. They began to question her peculiar doctrines which could not be supported fully by the Scriptures. Many were disillusioned by the revelation of her plagiarism, which was very extensive, and documented in the book, "The White Lie" by former SDA "pastor," Walter Rea.

The hundreds of "pastors" who questioned Ellen White as an absolute authority and discovered the cover-up by the White Estate, soon found themselves on the outside, still trying to bring about reform from that disadvantaged position. Two camps quickly formed, those loyal to Ellen White, and those determined to be loyal to the Bible above all else.

Those loyal to Ellen White published statements such as those contained in the "Ministry" Magazine of October, 1981. Ron Graybill, who was the assistant secretary of the Ellen G. White Estate at that time, made this statement on page 8, "We believe the revelation and inspiration of both the Bible and Ellen White's writings to be of equal quality.  The superintendence of the Holy Spirit was just as careful and thorough in one case as in the other." Graybill, however, went on to state that..."we dare not use Ellen White as the final arbiter in matters of doctrine." In later years, he resigned his position.

The Seventh-Day Adventist church "felt the heat," and formed several councils to look into Ellen White's peculiar doctrines. They spent months in discussion, published endless papers, but to this day have not corrected Ellen White's views. Therefore, since an adequate time period has passed for these issues to be corrected by the church, we must again take a look at Adventism as it stands today and decide if it is a cult?

When a person is baptized as a SDA they receive a "Certificate of Profession of Faith" after signing a thirteen-point statement entitled "My Commitment." Few would take issue with the first five points.  However, by point six, we find that the doctrinal position of the SDA differs significantly from what the scriptures teach. (Click here to see the Official SDA Baptismal Vows.)

We are a charitable organisation which aims to help improve the sexual health and wellbeing of men and women, and raise awareness of the extent to which sexual problems affect the general population.

Learn about counselling options, sex therapy, how to talk to your GP about sexual problems, and more.

Access validated sexual health tests and questionnaires to assess your concerns and provide sound advice.

Contains information and advice relating to a wide array of sexual issues affecting men, women and couples.

All information entered into the app is completely anonymous, so your personal data is fully protected.

Okay I'm an Adventist guy and I'm 23 years old. My sexuality is seriously increasing and idk what to do. It even physically hurts. I want to know, is masturbation a sin or not!!! I don't want to sin that's why I'm asking. Please enlighten me, thanks.

yes, brother it is.. please stop.  its very hard on the body.  I've read it can even cause growth retardation.  The mineral Zinc, which helps you to think, is lost at every instance.  There's a saying, "If you don't quit, you'll go crazy"..

Interesting theory, Timothy.  I have been in a married relationship going on 14 years.  Are you suggestion coitus has same effects?  If so, I would not have any Zinc left in my body.

support yourself from scripture. he asked whether it is a sin or not. You have talked about how it affects the body which is good.

 Mrs. White refers to this as "secret sin." It is not likely that one would lose more zinc in masturbation than in sex with one's spouse. However, moderation in even a marriage relationship is important. Marriage is not a green light for intemperance. 

Real Family Talk with Willie & Elaine Oliver is a weekly 30-minute TV show on The Hope Channel! Watch past episodes or find a station online!

©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

There are now two distinct camps in Adventism. The split became apparent in the late 1970’s when "pastors" of many years' standing began to question their prophetess, Ellen G. White. They began to question her peculiar doctrines which could not be supported fully by the Scriptures. Many were disillusioned by the revelation of her plagiarism, which was very extensive, and documented in the book, "The White Lie" by former SDA "pastor," Walter Rea.

The hundreds of "pastors" who questioned Ellen White as an absolute authority and discovered the cover-up by the White Estate, soon found themselves on the outside, still trying to bring about reform from that disadvantaged position. Two camps quickly formed, those loyal to Ellen White, and those determined to be loyal to the Bible above all else.

Those loyal to Ellen White published statements such as those contained in the "Ministry" Magazine of October, 1981. Ron Graybill, who was the assistant secretary of the Ellen G. White Estate at that time, made this statement on page 8, "We believe the revelation and inspiration of both the Bible and Ellen White's writings to be of equal quality.  The superintendence of the Holy Spirit was just as careful and thorough in one case as in the other." Graybill, however, went on to state that..."we dare not use Ellen White as the final arbiter in matters of doctrine." In later years, he resigned his position.

The Seventh-Day Adventist church "felt the heat," and formed several councils to look into Ellen White's peculiar doctrines. They spent months in discussion, published endless papers, but to this day have not corrected Ellen White's views. Therefore, since an adequate time period has passed for these issues to be corrected by the church, we must again take a look at Adventism as it stands today and decide if it is a cult?

When a person is baptized as a SDA they receive a "Certificate of Profession of Faith" after signing a thirteen-point statement entitled "My Commitment." Few would take issue with the first five points.  However, by point six, we find that the doctrinal position of the SDA differs significantly from what the scriptures teach. (Click here to see the Official SDA Baptismal Vows.)

sda view on masturbation

Real Family Talk with Willie & Elaine Oliver is a weekly 30-minute TV show on The Hope Channel! Watch past episodes or find a station online!

©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

Real Family Talk with Willie & Elaine Oliver is a weekly 30-minute TV show on The Hope Channel! Watch past episodes or find a station online!

©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

There are now two distinct camps in Adventism. The split became apparent in the late 1970’s when "pastors" of many years' standing began to question their prophetess, Ellen G. White. They began to question her peculiar doctrines which could not be supported fully by the Scriptures. Many were disillusioned by the revelation of her plagiarism, which was very extensive, and documented in the book, "The White Lie" by former SDA "pastor," Walter Rea.

The hundreds of "pastors" who questioned Ellen White as an absolute authority and discovered the cover-up by the White Estate, soon found themselves on the outside, still trying to bring about reform from that disadvantaged position. Two camps quickly formed, those loyal to Ellen White, and those determined to be loyal to the Bible above all else.

Those loyal to Ellen White published statements such as those contained in the "Ministry" Magazine of October, 1981. Ron Graybill, who was the assistant secretary of the Ellen G. White Estate at that time, made this statement on page 8, "We believe the revelation and inspiration of both the Bible and Ellen White's writings to be of equal quality.  The superintendence of the Holy Spirit was just as careful and thorough in one case as in the other." Graybill, however, went on to state that..."we dare not use Ellen White as the final arbiter in matters of doctrine." In later years, he resigned his position.

The Seventh-Day Adventist church "felt the heat," and formed several councils to look into Ellen White's peculiar doctrines. They spent months in discussion, published endless papers, but to this day have not corrected Ellen White's views. Therefore, since an adequate time period has passed for these issues to be corrected by the church, we must again take a look at Adventism as it stands today and decide if it is a cult?

When a person is baptized as a SDA they receive a "Certificate of Profession of Faith" after signing a thirteen-point statement entitled "My Commitment." Few would take issue with the first five points.  However, by point six, we find that the doctrinal position of the SDA differs significantly from what the scriptures teach. (Click here to see the Official SDA Baptismal Vows.)

Real Family Talk with Willie & Elaine Oliver is a weekly 30-minute TV show on The Hope Channel! Watch past episodes or find a station online!

©2012 Seventh-day Adventist Church
Department of Family Ministries
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904, USA 301-680-6000

There are now two distinct camps in Adventism. The split became apparent in the late 1970’s when "pastors" of many years' standing began to question their prophetess, Ellen G. White. They began to question her peculiar doctrines which could not be supported fully by the Scriptures. Many were disillusioned by the revelation of her plagiarism, which was very extensive, and documented in the book, "The White Lie" by former SDA "pastor," Walter Rea.

The hundreds of "pastors" who questioned Ellen White as an absolute authority and discovered the cover-up by the White Estate, soon found themselves on the outside, still trying to bring about reform from that disadvantaged position. Two camps quickly formed, those loyal to Ellen White, and those determined to be loyal to the Bible above all else.

Those loyal to Ellen White published statements such as those contained in the "Ministry" Magazine of October, 1981. Ron Graybill, who was the assistant secretary of the Ellen G. White Estate at that time, made this statement on page 8, "We believe the revelation and inspiration of both the Bible and Ellen White's writings to be of equal quality.  The superintendence of the Holy Spirit was just as careful and thorough in one case as in the other." Graybill, however, went on to state that..."we dare not use Ellen White as the final arbiter in matters of doctrine." In later years, he resigned his position.

The Seventh-Day Adventist church "felt the heat," and formed several councils to look into Ellen White's peculiar doctrines. They spent months in discussion, published endless papers, but to this day have not corrected Ellen White's views. Therefore, since an adequate time period has passed for these issues to be corrected by the church, we must again take a look at Adventism as it stands today and decide if it is a cult?

When a person is baptized as a SDA they receive a "Certificate of Profession of Faith" after signing a thirteen-point statement entitled "My Commitment." Few would take issue with the first five points.  However, by point six, we find that the doctrinal position of the SDA differs significantly from what the scriptures teach. (Click here to see the Official SDA Baptismal Vows.)

We are a charitable organisation which aims to help improve the sexual health and wellbeing of men and women, and raise awareness of the extent to which sexual problems affect the general population.

Learn about counselling options, sex therapy, how to talk to your GP about sexual problems, and more.

Access validated sexual health tests and questionnaires to assess your concerns and provide sound advice.

Contains information and advice relating to a wide array of sexual issues affecting men, women and couples.

All information entered into the app is completely anonymous, so your personal data is fully protected.

Okay I'm an Adventist guy and I'm 23 years old. My sexuality is seriously increasing and idk what to do. It even physically hurts. I want to know, is masturbation a sin or not!!! I don't want to sin that's why I'm asking. Please enlighten me, thanks.

yes, brother it is.. please stop.  its very hard on the body.  I've read it can even cause growth retardation.  The mineral Zinc, which helps you to think, is lost at every instance.  There's a saying, "If you don't quit, you'll go crazy"..

Interesting theory, Timothy.  I have been in a married relationship going on 14 years.  Are you suggestion coitus has same effects?  If so, I would not have any Zinc left in my body.

support yourself from scripture. he asked whether it is a sin or not. You have talked about how it affects the body which is good.

 Mrs. White refers to this as "secret sin." It is not likely that one would lose more zinc in masturbation than in sex with one's spouse. However, moderation in even a marriage relationship is important. Marriage is not a green light for intemperance.