Seventh-day Adventists (SDAs) follow most of the beliefs of conventional conservative Christianity: creation in six days, the fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden, original sin; the virgin birth; the divinity of Christ; the nature of the Trinity; belief in Satan as a rebellious created being; God's inspiration of the authors of the Bible, the inerrancy of Scriptures as they were written by their authors; the resurrection of Jesus, salvation by the atonement of Christ, considering all same-gender sexual behavior as sinful, regardless of the nature of the relationship; rejection of same-sex marriage, civil unions, etc.
However, they differ from other conservative Protestants on a number of other beliefs: This produced some conflict within the Church when research in the 1980's suggested that she had borrowed heavily from contemporary writers.
”As I've thought about the issue while talking with friends, considering my own marriage, and searching through the Scriptures, I've concluded there isn't any quick, easy answer.
Instead, I want to simply put forward three questions, and a couple of caveats, to help singles and couples navigate the dating and marriage decision.
Some Christian denominations allow their members to marry whomever they please, others discourage it, and others just don't allow it (you are either disfellowshipped or the church refuses to perform the marriage).
What position do Jehovah's Witnesses hold on interfaith marriage?
Study results indicate that un-attributed borrowing of phraseology was rather common, and even considered to be more acceptable among the nineteenth-century authors of this genre than would be acceptable in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. White in this chapter was within the acceptable standards of that era." Immortality: They deny the concept of "innate immortality".
Conklin appears to demonstrate that there is no proof of Ellen White's plagiarism.
I don’t want to marry my cousin, I’m just wondering!
–Jeremy A: When it comes to the biological relationship between prospective spouses, the Church has laws which are based on natural law.
1) Since many JW's are married and belong to a different religion before they get baptized as a Jehovah's Witness, interfaith marriages are not so rare among JW's (typically only the wife converts to JW's).
In those situations Paul's advice to the Corinthians apply.