Penang Adventist Hospital Wishes you a Happy Deepavali
Now we have Penang Adventist Hospital, one of our institutions, celebrating the pagan errors of Hinduism. On November 3, 2021, the management team of Penang Adventist Hospital posted a “Happy Deepavali” greeting to the Hindu community on their Facebook page. The message also called for the “divine light of Deepavali to fill every heart and home with peace and endless joy.” Why would Seventh-day Adventists promote the false religions of the East and publish these tributes to our members? Is the church a human, secular and ecumenical organization? If so, let us celebrate every pagan deity known to man. But if the church is a divine institution established by God, why are we promoting false gods on church-owned media sites?
Deepavali is celebrated by prayers and offerings to the gods in different temples. This is pagan worship in heathen temples. Christ has no part in this celebration; in fact, there is no place in Scripture that can harmonize heathenism with Christianity. It is Rome’s ecumenical movement that seeks to mix the different religions by looking for the so-called similarities between them. Thanks to the agents of ecumenism (Rome) found within Adventism, we can now celebrate “Happy Deepavali,” a pagan religious holiday. Rome is setting the stage for all the world’s religions to unite. Rather than promoting this agenda, we should proclaim God’s final warning message to the world and to our people, who are being led blindly into the final ecumenical apostasy.
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