Posted by: adventlife | December 7, 2017

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My Observations About our Adventist Health Care System, by Nic Samojluk


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I would like to share with you a few personal observations connected with the Adventist Healthcare offered to those considering abortion as a solution to a unwanted pregnancy. Please, read the following comments I found at our Adventist Healthcare web site:

“How will you know what decision is right for you?

It’s not easy to decide to end a pregnancy. You may need some time to think about your choices. Counseling may help you to decide what is best for you. If you’re comfortable, you can start by talking with your doctor. Family planning clinics also offer counseling to help you decide what is best for you. You may also want to talk with someone close to you who understands how pregnancy and “. Carefully think through your choices, which are to:

  • Have a baby, and support and raise your child to adulthood.
  • Have a baby, and place the baby for adoption.
  • Have an abortion.”



  1. Notice the emphasis is on the pregnant woman facing an unwanted pregnancy.
  2. No mention is made to the right and interest or welfare of the unborn baby.
  3. The focus is on the woman’s choices. The unborn baby choice is non-existent.
  4. What is “best for you” is repeated more than once—what is best for the baby is not even mentioned.
  5. How “raising a child would affect your life” is addressed, but no mention is made regarding how abortion will affect the baby.

Everything seems to be slanted towards the abortion choice as a solution to en unwanted pregnancy problem. No reference is made to what the Bible teaches regarding the shedding of the blood of an innocent human being nor to the biblical murder prohibition contained in the Decalogue.

All this reminds me of the attitude of Pilate who, when faced with the request to authorize the killing of an innocent man, decided to wash his hands and thus pretend that he was innocent of the crime being committed under his care.

All the abortion performed inside the Adventist medical facilities since 1970 are recorded in the books of heaven and the church will have to answer for the crimes perpetrated against those waiting to see the light of day. On that day, no excuse will be allowed for depriving the unborn of their right to life.

The Adventist Church would do well to repent of this terrible sin against humanity and seek the forgiveness freely offered to all those who depart from the right path. Notice what thee Bible says about this:

“Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the LORD, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon” (Isaiah 55:6-7).

Let’s pray for this to take place before it is too late. Every day, it is actually too late for thousands of unfortunate victims of abortion.

Posted by: adventlife | December 5, 2017

Does Ted Wilson Support Abortion? by Nic Samojluk

Ted Wilson Letter on Abrtion

In my previous mailing I did include a reference to Ted Wilson’s position on abortion, and I received the following comment from one of my email contacts:

“I hate abortion but need something much better sourced for me to draw the conclusion in your headline.”

This prompted me to post the original communication Gannaway received from the office of Ted Wilson, the General Conference president.

My reasoning is as follows, if Wilson supports the “Guidelines of Abortion,” I conclude that he supports abortion, because said guidelines includes a list of circumstances under which abortion is permitted in our Adventist medical facilities.

After all, those guidelines were created nearly five decades ago to permit our Adventists hospitals to offer electives abortions to their patients. Prior to 1970, the only type of abortions that were permitted were those labelled as “therapeutical”–not abortions on demand!

If you disagree with me, please let me know!


I am assuming that you know that Danny Shelton is the founder and current president of 3ABN, one of the most influential Adventist independent ministries. Recently, he published a book dealing with the Ten Commandments entitled “Spiritual Vigilantes.”

The publication of this book has historical value, because it is the first time that a well-known Adventist leader has spoken against abortion in this century.

It is no secret that the Adventist leadership has succeeded in keeping the abortion issue out of sight because of its active participation in the financial profit derived from the killing of unborn children starting back in 1970 when Pastor Neal Wilson, the then president of the North American Division of the General Conference publicly declared that the Adventist Church was leaning towards abortion.

I read with great interest Shelton’s book and took the time to copy the comments he made regarding the violation of the sixth commandment of God’s Law. Below, you can read his opinion about the morally shameful practice of depriving the unborn of their right to life.


“The sixth commandment, found in Exodus 20, says, “You shall not murder.” This commandment, written by God, the Creator of life, could not be clearer! It’s straight to the point. “Murder is a sin against our fellow men and against God.” [12]

“Abortion is taking the life of the unborn. Until the Roe v. Wade court case of 1973, abortion was considered murder, yet the Supreme Court legalized most abortions. However, the killing of unborn babies is still a sin in the courts of Heaven, which supersedes the United States Supreme Court.” [29]

“As followers of Christ, there are step we can, and should take, to uphold the “You shall not murder” commandment. Those who vote for candidates that support and champion “Pro-choice” abortion groups should ask themselves whether or not, in the courts of Heaven, they are accessories to murder. Over 60,000,000 unborn babies have been murdered since Roe v. Wade became the law of the land in 1973.

There may not be degrees of murder, but wouldn’t you agree with me that murder against the most defenseless human beings in our society—the unborn—seems especially atrocious?” [35]

“I would challenge each reader to research Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood.” [35]

“Her statements were “code” aimed at reducing the population of the black population in the early 1900s.” [36]

“But what if you find out that the candidate of your choice ran over that small child with the intention of killing him/her?” [36]

“Or, let’s say that you not only witnessed the murder of another human being, but you actually handed the attacker the blunt instrument to make it happen. Should you be charges as accessory to the crime? [37]

“The fact that the United States Supreme Court ruled abortion to be legal does not negate the fact that it is still murder according to God’s Ten Commandments. [43]

Note: Shelton’s book “Spiritual Vigilantes” is free. You can order a single copy or 100, 200, or even 1,000. Generous donors are donating large sums of money to make this project feasible. One donor gave $100,000. I have ordered so far 210 copies and have distributed half of those to others. I believe that every Adventist should read this book.

Link for Ordering:

Genera Conference

En primer lugar quiero dejar bien en claro que la mayoría de los miembros de la iglesia adventista—especialmente fuera de los Estados Unidos de America del Norte– rechazan el aborto como una opción aceptable para un cristiano.

Sin embargo, la posición official votada por el Concilio Otoñal de la Conferencia General de la iglesia adventista en 1992 adopto un documento conocido como guia del aborto—“Guidelines on Abortion”—que justifica lo que el Señor prohibió en el sexto mandamiento que dice “No mataras.”

El responsable de este cambio tan radical fue el Pastor Neal Wilson, padre del Pastor Ted Wilson, actual presidente de la Asociación General de los adventistas del séptimo día. En 1970, Neal Wilson declaró publicamente que la iglesia adventista se inclinaba hacia el aborto debido a que existía mucha hambre y había mucha gente en el mundo.

Esta acción antibíblica sorprendente por parte del Pastor Wilson fue apoyada por muchos lideres adventistas por motivos financieros. Nuestro hospital adventista ubicado en el Estado de Hawai se encontraba en aprietos económicos. El temor de Dios saltó por la ventana y el enemigo entró por la puerta abierta de par en par de la iglesia.

El triste resultado fue que esta “guía del aborto” adventista, creada por seres humanos falibles, reemplazó el sexto mandamiento de la ley de Dios por un documento de creación netamente humana. El mandato divino fue reemplazado por una tradición inventada e impuesta por la “Iglesia Remanente.”

En esto, nuestra iglesia adventista fue mas rápida en reemplazar uno de los mandamientos de Dios por una tradición humana que la iglesia católica—cuyo abandono de uno de los mandamientos divinos llevo varios siglos. Nosotros los adventistas lo hicimos en uno solo.

En esto se manifestó el gran misterio de la iniquidad. El enemigo logró introducirse dentro de la iglesia de Dios como consecuencia del miedo a la bancarrota de un hospital adventista. Por supuesto, este deseo de aumentar los ingresos financieros se propagó a otros hospitales adventistas que vieron la ventaja económica de participar en la matanza de niños por nacer.

En una reunión publica de jubilados adventistas llevada a cabo en la ciudad de Redlands, California, en 2011, Nic Samojluk, autor de dos libros sobre este tema, pregunto a Ted Wilson acerca del aborto electivo en nuestros hospitales adventistas. El pastor respondió que el numero de abortos en nuestros hospitales se ha reducido a “casi cero.”

Samojluk pidió evidencias de la veracidad de esta declaración. Pasó mas de media década y Samojluk todavía esta esperando la prometida documentación de parte del presidente de la asociación general. La evidencia es que los hospitales adventistas en América del Norte siguen las normas creadas por la guía sobre el aborto que permite la muerte de niños por nacer bajo una variedad de circunstancias.

El Rey David cometió dos violaciones de la ley de Dios, se arrepintió y confesó sus pecados y el Señor lo perdonó. Esta puede ser la experiencia de la iglesia adventista también, pero sin arrepentimiento acompañado de confesión no hay perdón.

Esto lo enseñamos a todos los futuros miembros de la iglesia adventistas. Ahora es el momento de enseñar mediante el ejemplo!

Posted by: adventlife | November 6, 2017

History of Abortion in the Adventist Church, by Nic Samojluk


When I joined the Adventist Church through baptism seven decades ago, I never imagined—not even in my wildest dreams—that the denomination I was joining would one day abandon the pro-life stance on abortion ardently defended by our Adventist pioneers and eventually actively participate in the killing of innocent unborn children for the sake of dirty profit.

A Dramatic Departure from Moral Duty

What prompted the Adventist leaders to make such a drastic departure from the right path? The answer is quite simple: Financial gain. Our Castle Memorial Hospital [CMH] located in the State of Hawaii was faced with a serious financial dilemma: The State legalized abortion, and the non-Adventist physicians at said institution demanded the right to offer elective abortion services to their patients.

CMH managers elevated this issue to the North American Division. Our church leaders panicked, they realized they had to choose between the lives of innocent unborn children and money. It was a tough choice, and unfortunately, they made the wrong decision. They chose profit over the right to life of the unborn.

A Reliable Source of Historical Facts

If you are not familiar with this sad chapter of Adventist history, I suggest you take the time to inform yourself about this issue. The most reliable and comprehensive history of abortion in the SDA organization was written by George Gainer:

Ref.: “Abortion: history of Adventist guidelines”


George Gainer: “The Wisdom of Solomon”


An Incredible Public Announcement

Gainer describes the dramatic change that took place when Neal Wilson publicly announced to the world that the Adventist Church was leaning towards abortion because there was too much hunger and there were too many people in the world. And bear in mind that this incredible explanation was made in the richest country of the world—a country that had a huge oversupply of food and that at that time was the greatest creditor in the world.

“Though we walk the fence, Adventists lean toward abortion rather than against it. Because we realize we are confronted by big problems of hunger and overpopulation, we do not oppose family planning and appropriate endeavors to control population.”

Ref.: George Gainer, The Wisdom of Solomon? Spectrum 19/4 (May 1989): 38-46.

He also tells us that prior to 1970, Adventist hospitals were already offering what is known as “therapeutic abortions” to their patients.

Adventists Open the Door to Elective Abortion

When the leaders of the church approved the guidelines on abortion, the door for elective abortions was left wide open, and many Adventist hospitals took advantage of this opportunity to increase their profits.

We seem to ignore this important event in the history of our Adventist denomination. The emphasis on abnormal pregnancies by those defending abortion is evident by the fact that their view is focused on therapeutic abortions while ignoring what happened when the church abandoned its pro-life position and embraced non-therapeutic elective abortions.

They seem to act as if nothing major had taken place in 1970. Without those guidelines, our church would be still limited to therapeutic abortions. This represents a major flaw in their position.

A Lesson From Abortion Statistics

We need to remember what happened when the legalization of abortion took place in the U.S. mainland in 1973. According to statistics there were that year 700,000 abortions. That number doubled by 1983.

To assume that the  publication of the Adventist Guidelines on abortion had no effect on the number of elective abortions in our Adventist medical facilities is illogical and contrary to common sense.

It is true that we do not have all the statistics we would like to have, but our conclusions are solidly based on common sense and reason. Take the time to watch what a young pro-life researcher discovered about this:

“PROOF: 15,000+ Abortions in Seventh-day Adventist Hospitals”


Here is an anecdote hat illustrates this: Gainer relates how a couple decided to seek the services of our physicians at our “Washington Adventist Hospital” a few decades ago. The wife was pregnant, and the first question the doctor asked was: “Do you want to keep the baby?” The man got up and said to his wife: “Honey let’s go. We must be in the wrong place.” He had assumed that a question of that nature would never be asked in a Christian medical facility.

Teresa Beem relates how when she called the General Conference office, a GC representative made the following admission: “Our Washington Adventist Hospital is an abortion mill.”

Dramatic Discoveries by a Hard-Working Investigator

What we need is not additional documented facts, but rather to pay attention to all the facts we already have. We are fortunate to have among us a young, very talented, researcher who has made a long list of dramatic discoveries connected with the issue of abortion in the Adventist church.

In a relatively short time, he was able to create a long list of well-documented, high impact videos that are available online for us to enjoy. His name is Andrew Michell. Here is one of them:

“Shocking History of Abortion in Seventh-day Adventist Church”


But if you are really motivated to explore this issue in more detail, I recommend that you take the time to watch as many of his pro-life videos as you can. Here is a link that will help you do this:

“List of Andrew Michell’s Pro-life Videos”


Posted by: adventlife | October 31, 2017

Who Broke the Baby? by Nic Samojluk

Unborn 17

Yesterday morning as I was walking to church, a video title popped into my mind: “Who Broke the Baby.” This morning I decided to Goggle this title and found the story behind it. A woman was busy with her computer and the image of an aborted baby flashed on the screen. Her three-year boy saw the image and asked with alarm: “Who broke the baby? Of course, there is a video and a book by said title. Today, I want to tell you the answer to the boy’s question:

“Who Broke The Baby?” by Dr. Jean Staker Garton


The State of Hawaii

The first to break the baby was the State of Hawaii. This took place in 1970 when the Supreme Court of said State decided to legalize the killing of the unborn.

Pastor Neal Wilson

Who else broke the baby? It was Pastor Neal Wilson, the president of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist Church when he publicly announced that the church was leaning towards abortion:

“Though we walk the fence, Adventists lean toward abortion rather than against it. Because we realize we are confronted by big problems of hunger and overpopulation, we do not oppose family planning and appropriate endeavors to control population.”

The Castle Memorial Hospital

You may wonder why would a church with a long tradition of defending the validity and permanence of the Ten Commandments of the Decalogue would compromise with evil by allowing the killing of innocent unborn children in our Adventist Castle Memorial Hospital located in Hawaii for the sake of profit. The reason was financial. The fear of bankruptcy led the hospital management and the church to compromise with evil. The fear of men entered through the door and the fear of God went out the window.

The Washington Adventist Hospital

A similar reason led our Washington Adventist Hospital in the State of Maryland to take financial advantage of this loophole provided by the church.

Ref.: George Gainer, The Wisdom of Solomon? Spectrum 19/4 (May 1989

The situation there got so bad that when Teresa Beem called the General Conference office, Dr. George Reid, head of the Biblical Research Institute, made the following comment: “Washington Adventist Hospital in Tacoma Park has become an abortion mill.”

Ref.: Teresa & Arthur Beem, “Why we left” Former Adventist Fellowship Online (18 Nov. 2002).

Loma Linda University

Our Loma Linda University did not lag behind in this new popular way of breaking the baby. In order to facilitate this drastic departure from the Hippocratic Oath that had protected the right to life of the unborn for long centuries, this flagship Adventist university decided to replace said oath with it own Physician’s Oath that recognized for the first time in Adventism the preeminence of the pregnant woman’s wish regarding the future of the unborn.

Here is what the LLU Physicians’ Oath says:“I will respect the rights and decision of my patients” So what happens when the woman’s wish is to have an abortion? You can use your own imagination.


White Memorial Hospital & Glendale Adventist Hospital

You may ask: Who else broke the baby? One of them was the Adventist White Memorial Hospital. Pro-life researcher Andrew Michell produced a video documenting the alarming increase of abortions in said hospitals during the 1970-198- decade.

Ref.: “PROOF: 15,000+ Abortions in Seventh-day Adventist Hospitals”


At Least 12 Adventist Hospitals

Such a drastic change in church policy regarding the sacredness of human life resulted in the participation by many Adventist medical institutions in the profitable business of killing human beings at the most vulnerable season of their lives. Here is a list of medical institutions that participated in this new facet of medical service which involved killing in addition to healing:

“Castle Medical Center, Hadley Memorial Hospital, Hanford Community Hospital, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Porter Memorial Hospital, Port land Adventist Medical Center, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Sierra Vista Hospital, Walla Walla General Hospital, Washington Adventist Hospital, and White Memorial Medical Center.”[5]


Dr. Edward Allred

A young and talented 1964 graduate from Loma Linda University saw in the relaxed attitude towards abortion by the Adventist organization a golden opportunity to become really rich. He built a chain if over 20 abortion clinics, and became the most notorious serial killer of unborn children. He terminated the lives of at least 250,000 unborn children during his career and shared a significant portion of this blood money with Glendale Adventist Academy, La Sierra University, and Loma Linda University.

In a grateful recognition of these generous philanthropic donations, his name was placed on one of building at LSU, and several plaques with his name among the most mnotable benefactor at LLU.

The Guidelines on Abortion

This new policy regarding the violation of God’s Law was documented by what is known as Guidelines on Abortion, a document that was eventually approved by Adventist representatives from the entire world and greatly influenced the breaking of the unborn babies. This took place at the 1992 meeting of the General Conference Autumn Council. Said document is currently followed by the Adventist Health System.

If you read these guidelines on abortion with care, you will discover that they contain a list of circumstances under which it is justifiable to take the life of an innocent unborn child, including when an unwanted pregnancy affects the mental health of a pregnant woman. Of course, any unwanted pregnancy will no doubt result in mental depression, which means that elective abortion is justified in practically all cases unwanted pregnancies.


The U.S. Supreme Court

Of course, he entity that opened the door widely for the breaking of the baby more than any other individual or agency was the Supreme Court of the United States. Based on false statistics, the Court ruled that the mass killing of innocent unborn children was a legal right of women. It must be noted, though, that our Adventist Church lead the way for the legalization of abortion. The dates confirm this, because The our church began offering elective abortions three years prior to the Roe v Wade that legalized abortion in the U.S. mainland.

The Adventist Health System

I have hard evidence that our Adventist Health System follows the Guidelines on Abortion. I did write to this entity and got a response confirming that the hospitals they control do follow the policies outlined in said document

It is high time for the Adventist Church to repent of this terrible departure from the right path and do away with the notorious document known as Guidelines on Abortion. I have been criticized for raising this ugly issue, but here is what the Bible says:

“Lift up your voice like a trumpet; Tell My people their transgression, And the house of Jacob their sins.” [Isaiah58:1]

Dear friends,

Here is a video that explains this rather clearly:

“What about saving a mother’s life

Perhaps your understanding of our pro-life position is limited and incomplete. We are not against saving the life of the mother.

The sacred duty of a physician is saving lives. If a doctor can save only one life instead of two, he is still performing God’s work.

This I have explained on numerous occasions. You probably have never read a full explanation of our pro-life position.

The key word is motivation. If the motivation is to save lives, the work is justified; if the motivation is killing, it is not.

Saving lives is sacred work. Killing to save the lifestyle of a pregnant woman is not–it is murder.

I hope this video succeeds in clarifying this for you and others!


Posted by: adventlife | October 26, 2017

A Ray of Hope on the Horizon, by Nic Samojluk


Dear Adventist Pro-lifers,

I am writing to you while the rest of Loma Linda people are sound asleep. I woke up at 2:15 AM and started thinking about the future of our Adventist Church. After trying to go back to sleep for an hour or so without success, I decided to get up and write to you.

The Reason for my Concern

You may wonder what is the reason for my deep concern. The reason is quite simple. The hour for the Loud Cry is here and the church is asleep at the wheel. Those who founded our denomination were decidedly pro-life, but 47 years ago, Pastor Neal Wilson, the father of Ted Wilson, publicly announced that our church was leaning towards abortion because there was too much hunger and there were too many people in the world.

Financial Worries and a Wrong Turn

What prompted Wilson to make such a surprising announcement? It was a special situation at our Castle Memorial Hospital in Hawaii. The State of Hawaii had legalized abortion, and the non-Adventist physicians at said medical facility demanded the right to offer abortion services to their patients and threatened to take their patients elsewhere in the event their request was not satisfied.

This special situation was elevated to the North American Division. Fear of bankruptcy gripped the mind of Wilson and other leaders of the church, and the decision was made that the church would allow abortion as another service to be offered to the public at our medical facilities. The fear of men entered through the door and the fear of the Lord jumped out the window.

Blinded by the Sight of Financial Profit

Both Wilson and many others leaders of the church saw in this an opportunity for profit. Many of our Adventist hospitals decided to participate in this new service to the community. Thus KILLING soon became an integral part of our HEALING ministry. Someone estimated that approximately 15,000 innocent unborn children suffered the baleful result of this new policy at the hands of our own physicians.

A Case of Unusual Financial Success

A young 1964 LLU graduate, who initially wanted to be an evangelist but later switched to medicine, inspired by this unusual altered church policy saw in it a chance to make money.

In a relatively short time, thanks to his ingenuity and hard work, he built a chain of over twenty abortion clinics, managed to kill at least 250,000 innocent unborn children, became a millionaire, and donated a sizable portion of this blood money to several Adventist educational institutions, including Glendale Academy, La Sierra University and Loma Linda University. He also built a church at his horse race facility.

Evidently the leaders of these educational institutions saw nothing wrong in accepting said philanthropic donations, LSU put his name on one of his newly erected buildings, and each one of these institution placed plaques in their buildings in grateful recognition of such magnanimous financial donations.

The Moral Problem

The moral problem is that the God’s Remnant Church, the one keeping ALL of God’s commandments and charged with preaching the final warning message to a lost world saw nothing wrong in profiting from the violation of God’s Holy Law.

Can the church succeed in fulfilling its sacred ministry under these circumstances? You decide! We used to criticize the Catholic organization for altering one of God’s commandments, but we have done the same, and in a much shorter time. We replaced the sixth commandment with a humanly created tradition known as Guidelines on Abortion.

Our Humanly Created Guidelines on Killing

I have solid evidence that our Adventist Health System, that controls a large number of Adventist medical institutions, are following the norms established–not by the Lord, but rather by humanly created guidelines on killing the most innocent members of the human race—the unborn.

The Lord used four words to prohibit the shedding of innocent blood. We used 1314 words to modify and void said prohibition. The document is known as Guidelines on Abortion and is followed by our Adventist Health system. Said guidelines were created 47 years ago, were modified and voted by the General Conference Autumn Council in 1992.

Several Adventist pro-lifers have contacted the General Conference asking why our Adventist medical facilities are profiting from killing. The cursory answer they received was: “Read our guidelines on abortion.” Is this the answer we give to people inquiring about the reason we worship on the Sabbath? Don’t we respond with “Read Exodus 20”? Why is it we tell people to go to tradition instead of the Bible when dealing with a question related to abortion?

High Impact Pro-life Videos to the Rescue

Fortunately, in answer to the prayers of many Adventist pro-lifers, a talented young, energetic Adventist artist responded to God’s call and has so far created over 20 high-impact videos which you should watch.

Here is the link to those high-impact videos. Make sure to watch as many of them as you can, but do not overlook Andrew Michell’s dramatic challenge to Adventist leaders such as Kevin Paulson, Stephen Bohr, Mark Finley, John Bradshaw, and every SDA member of our church.

I am convinced that it is our privilege and moral duty to share these videos with as many Adventists as possible


Posted by: adventlife | October 12, 2017

List of Andrew Michell’s Pro-life Videos

Unborn 6

You might be aware that in an amazingly short time, Pro-life Adventist Andrew Michell has been able to produce 20 powerful and hard hitting pro-life videos that are bing watched around the world

Here is the link to those high-impact videos. Make sure to watch as many of them as you can, but do not overlook Andrew Michell’s dramatic challenge to Adventist leaders such as Kevin Paulson, Stephen Bohr, Mark Finley, John Bradshaw, and every SDA member of our church

I am convinced that it is our privilege and moral duty to share these videos with as many Adventists as possibl


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