Seventh Day Adventist Bible Quiz

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Seventh Day Adventist Bible Quiz.

Adventist Bible Quiz

Adventists are primarily known for their extensive study of the bible, both the Old and New Testament. As you would expect, a few misconceptions have been made regarding Adventists but the most important aspect is that the bible is the root of all doctrine in their faith. You can use this quiz to assess yourself on the key biblical teachings which are at the forefront of the Adventist Faith.
The bible encourages us in 2 Timothy 2:15 that we should “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”

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Here are some facts about the Seventh-day Adventist movement that may help you in future quizzes:

  • The Adventist church was established in 1863
  • Believe that salvation comes by grace through faith
  • Believe in observing the seventh day sabbath
  • Strong emphasis on the importance of bible study
  • Believe in the imminent second coming of Christ
  • Believe that there is a sanctuary in heaven which was a model for the old testament sanctuaries
  • Believe in the unconscious state of those of who are dead Many Adventists embrace a healthy lifestyle & plant based diet through the inspiration of scripture
  • Click here to learn more about what exactly a seventh day adventist is

SDA bible quiz questions and answers pdf

Download PDF here : Seventh-Day Adventist Quiz – by KnowingTheTime.pdf

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  1. Hi it was a good quiz although I do have a query regarding the following question. “What is righteousness by faith?”
    The correct answer is shown as “all of the above”. But it should not include “doing that which is within”

    Also another question about “who is the first high priest ? It should be Melchisedec not Aaron. See following quote.
    “The high priest was designed in an especial manner to represent Christ, who was to become a high priest forever after the order of Melchisedec (The Review and Herald, December 17, 1872). – {5BC 1100.8}Melchizedek

    Otherwise good.

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