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|4 years ago :: Apr 01, 2012 - 5:30PM #1|
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Discuss Seventh-Day Adventist Local Guidelines:
Debate the validity and relative merits of Seventh-day Adventism.
You must be courteous to all, even those whose beliefs you find offensive. Make your case, or refute other views, but do not make negative remarks about other members. Express opinions within the limits of the Rules of Conduct.
This board is not designed as a community for any particular group; it is an open debate welcoming both followers and critics of Seventh-day Adventism.
Beliefnet encourages Seventh-day Adventists to visit the Welcome: Seventh-day Adventists Forum to seek community with each other.
For discussion with Seventh-day Aventists only go to Seventh-day Adventists Forum.
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