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Catholic Faith Defender versus Seventh Day Adventist Debate

Posted by catholicfaithdefender on November 27, 2009

Catholic Faith Defender versus Seventh Day Adventist Debate

 

Ang Pinaka bago at pinaka mainam sa panlasa ng mga apolohestang mag-aaral sa Biblia…..

 

Tunghayan po natin ang mga kapatid nating mga CFD at SDA sa kanilang magandang Debate ditto mismo sa ating site sa pamamagitan ng www.youtube.com

 

Ang iilang mga debate ay hindi pa na upload ng may ari ng video…..

Hayaan po ninyo at e-update po natin ang mga video sa mga sumusunod na araw…

 

1of20 PRE GUIDE CFD VS SDA

2of20 OPENING SONG CFD VS SDA

3of20 OPENING PRAYER CFD VS SDA

4of20 WELCOME ADDRESS CFD VS SDA

6of20 GUIDELINES CFD VS SDA

7of20 CFD vs SDA

8of20 CFD VS SDA

9of20 CFD VS SDA

10of20 CFD VS SDA

11of20 CFD VS SDA

12 1ST ROUND 6 CFD VS SDA

13 WAIT CFD VS SDA

16 2ND ROUND 1 CFD VS SDA

19 2ND ROUND 4 CFD VS SDA

12 Responses to “Catholic Faith Defender versus Seventh Day Adventist Debate”

  1. Nagmamasid said

    sayang, di sya tagalog, sana may subtitles, di ko maintindihan e

  2. loopmob said

    This was a great read though! Thanks..

  3. athan said

    oo nga!! mga Brad sana nilagyan niyo ng subtitle.. di namin maintindihan

    Beltran, O.P.

  4. aljon said

    sana po may tagalog na sub o kaya english.

  5. Bro Noel said

    Hopefully that the request for a translation of debates will be discussed to the next CFD General convention, one thing also is to assign a certain group/department among the CFD to concentrate on the evangelization through internet, we are propagating the word of God not only in the Philippines but to the whole world. God bless CFD.

  6. Wag po sana kayong mapagod sa pagtatanggol sa TUNAY NA KATOTOHANANG TAGLAY NG IGLESIANG LUMIKHA NG BIBLIYA!!!

  7. Jae said

    Seventh Day Adventism & Colossians 2:16f

    Seventh Day Adventists are a denomination of Protestantism that are best know for their stand that the Sabbath Day (7th Day of the week) is God’s true day of worship, and that “Christendom” as a whole has corrupted this, making Sunday the day that Christians should set aside to worship on. The subject of this post is whether their position aligns with Scripture, in which Catholics and most Protestants believe no.

    Most Adventists are aware of Colossians 2:16-17,

    16Therefore do not let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink, or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath day. 17These are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality, however, is found in Christ.

    Here, non-Adventists argue that according to the plain teaching of Scripture, the Sabbath Day regulations have been abolished, thus refuting an essential tenet of Seventh Day Adventism. Most Adventists are aware of this passage and argue that it isn’t talking about the ‘Seventh-Day-Sabbath’ because the Greek term for Sabbath in this passage is in the plural (i.e. Sabbaths), and thus it must refer to the annual ‘feasts days’ of the Old Testament sometimes referred to as “Sabbaths” (e.g. the Day of Atonement, Lev 16:31).

    But is that response valid? Here are two considerations which indicate a negative response to that question:

    1) The Greek term for Sabbath – “sabbaton” (sabbatwv) – is in plural form in Col 2:16. However, this same plural form is used in Mat 28:1, Luke 4:16, and Acts 16:13, yet they all are in reference to the 7th-Day Sabbath. The plural form even appears in the Greek Old Testament in Exodus 20:8, which is discussing the 7th-Day Sabbath of the 4th Commandment! Thus the plural form can easily mean 7th Day Sabbath, and there is no indication it is used in the New Testament in the form of Day of Atonement type sabbath.

    2) The format of Col 2:16 is that of: Yearly-Monthly-Weekly. This three-term format appears in various Old Testament passages, referring to yearly feasts, new moons, sabbaths. Given this, it wouldn’t make sense for Paul to say the Sabbath in Col 2:16 is the Day of Atonement Sabbath, because that would fall under the yearly feasts category he just mentioned.

    The more important point to consider here is that those were all foreshadowing Christ in some way, and thus were pointing to something bigger than themselves. So the Sabbath being the day of rest in the OT was actually the day Jesus was in the tomb, preparing the way for New Life, Sunday. Further, Hebrews 4 speaks of the Sabbath in it’s fulfilled sense as being reconciled and thus at peace with God, not a day of the week, but a state of being.

    While SDA reasoning can at first seem valid, it really doesn’t do justice to the Biblical testimony.

    Peace in Christ!

    CatholicosUSA 2000

    • jordan bagares said

      ang adlaw sa pag ampo lahi ug dako kaayo sa adlaw nga igpapahulay kay kana nga adlaw gibalaan gipanalanginan ug gipahulayan mismo sa atong Dios busa ayaw mo ug linamlam ja

      • catholicfaithdefender said

        Ang adlaw nga sabado gibungkag na ni Cristo ug mabasa kini sa Biblia letra-4-letra (Juan 5:18)

  8. jordan bagares said

    ang dominggo mao kana ang prinsipyo ni satan kung kamo mo sunod sa prinsipyo ni satan ambot ig-unsa kaha mo ni satan

    • catholicfaithdefender said

      Dili kana tinood brother kay sa adlaw’ng doming mao kana ang adlaw diin gi simba si Cristo (Mat. 28:1-20).

  9. noy said

    i would like to ask this question, where we can find in the the bible, geneses to revelation, that God command His people to worship Him in the First day of the week/SundaY? thanks

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