We are an independent, self-funded, prophecy-focused Christian ministry based in the UK. We are not affiliated with any church or denomination.
We were once members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, however, whilst studying the Bible, we became convicted that the trinity doctrine is a false none Biblical teaching. This prompted us to conduct lengthy research into the writings of Ellen G. White and the other SDA pioneers.
We discovered that most if not all of the pioneers of the SDA church were strongly anti-trinitarian. This led us to question why the SDA church today holds the doctrine of the Trinity as a fundamental belief, if this belief was not shared by the SDA pioneers.
To many Seventh-day Adventists, this may appear very surprising but the truth of the matter is that throughout the time of Ellen White’s ministry (1844-1915), also for decades following her death, the Seventh-day Adventist Church was a non-trinitarian denomination.
After much research into the history of the SDA church, it became clear that the modern SDA church had departed from the foundational truths given by God to His remnant people in the years immediately following the Great Disappointment of 1844.
We attempted to discuss this issue with the leaders of our church, but our findings fell on deaf ears. We believe that the Trinity is a form of idolatry, that it actually breaks God's Commandments, especially the first, ("Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord." Deuteronomy 6:4) we therefore felt that we could not condone such false worship by our continued presence and membership. So after much prayer we felt called to take a stand for what we believe is the truth, and this led us to voluntarily separate ourselves from the SDA church.
We believe that God has given us an obligation to share with others what He has taught us through much study conducted over a number of years. We consider ourselves to be Historic Adventists, meaning that we hold to the beliefs and teachings of the early SDA church.
We wholeheartedly accept Ellen G. White as someone who was inspired by the same Holy Spirit that inspired the Holy Scriptures. We believe that Ellen G. White fulfills the Biblical conditions of a prophet.
As non-trinitarian Historic Adventists, we do not deny the existence of the Holy Spirit. What we do deny is that the Holy Spirit is a divine third Person separate and distinct from God the Father and His Son Jesus.
We believe that Jesus is fully divine, fully God, because He is the Son of God. We deny that Jesus had no beginning. We believe what the Bible teaches, and what the SDA pioneers believed and taught, which is, that Jesus is God's only begotten Son who was literally begotten, bought forth from the Father far back in the days of eternity.
This does not mean that we believe Jesus is a created being, on the contrary, we believe what the Bible teaches, that He is God's begotten Son - and that is the purpose of this web site, to show that Jesus truly is the Son of God, which is what the Trinity doctrine denies, to show clearly from the scriptures and SOP that there are not three beings worthy of worship but two God the Father and His beloved Son Jesus.