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The Adventist Review Published Diogo Cavalcanti's Article Affirming Our Historical Beliefs: Vatican-US Cooperation, Laudato Si', Ecumenism, Ellen White's Apocalyptic Role, and the Coming Sunday Law Crisis

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The Adventist Review Published Diogo Cavalcanti's Article

Diogo Cavalcanti is a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, a PhD student, an editor at the Adventist-owned Brazil Publishing House, and an author. He recently published an article in "Revista Adventista", the Seventh-day Adventist's official monthly magazine in Brazil, titled "In the Shadow of the Decree." The Adventist Review republished this article on August 5, 2022, and we will highlight some of the main points. Diogo Cavalcanti expressed:

• In the long American Protestant tradition, Sunday is called the "Sabbath" to this day and is kept by devout people. The change from Sabbath to Sunday was an act of the Roman Empire and papal Rome (Dan. 7:25), and the acceptance of Sunday by evangelicals is rightly understood as a sign of subservience to the Church of Rome.

• The secular world itself has already assimilated Sunday as a day of rest … Sunday is already an almost universal reality in Christian, especially Western, societies, but Revelation 13 indicates that it will be "anabolized"-inflated by laws that have not yet been enacted to become the mark of the beast.

• Sunday's relevance to the Vatican and the secular world -Papal encyclicals, such as Dies Domini (Lord's Day, 1998) and Laudato Si' (Praised Be, 2015), move broadly in the same direction as many evangelical values, adding the rescue of human dignity and care for the environment. They also resonate with demands for a low-carbon future. Some religious lobbyists, trade unions, and social entities are working hard to approve a common day of rest, especially in Europe. A global climate crisis has also led to a cry for less consumption and lowered carbon emissions.

• In parallel, dialogue around common values is linked to ecumenism, a process inaugurated by the Roman Church through the Second Vatican Council. Pope Francis recently said that ecumenism is "irreversible," "an essential requirement of the faith we profess." "We are walking together on the path leading to the goal of visible unity," he added.

• Washington and the Vatican are major global players that have been cooperating for decades.

• Today, the eschatological Babylon is increasing its power, but some in "Israel" are skeptical.

• A sound understanding of Bible prophecy leads to a vibrant Christian life-not a skeptical, exaggerated, indifferent, anemic one-but a life fueled by hope.

• The passing of days cannot erase the vision. Our eyes must shine again with the hope of prophecy.

Over the years, there have been different voices who have expressed contempt for our historic beliefs. Some argue that our prophetic interpretations, as described in the book The Great Controversy, are no longer necessary today. That could not be further from the truth. The exact opposite is true. Our historical teachings are more accurate and relevant today than they have ever been. In fact, as we approach the end of time, our final warning message becomes more spiritually significant. We appreciate what Diogo Cavalcanti wrote, and we pray that God will give others the courage to affirm and proclaim our end-time messages from Revelation 14:6-12 (the Three Angels' Message) as the only solution to our world's problems.

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