Adventist Teaching: Yes
Biblical Teaching: No
Ellen G. White, the Adventist prophetess, claimed that in order to be fit for heaven, one must adhere to the Adventist Message of Health Reform. This includes abstinence from flesh foods, animal products, tea, coffee, alcohol, tobacco, spices, and condiments.
The Bible nowhere teaches that abstinence from these things is a salvific issue or that one must adhere to these things in order to be fit for Heaven. Paul warned Timothy that false teachers would eventually come and teach doctrines of demons, one of which is the forbidding of eating certain foods (1 Timothy 4:1-4). Jesus also taught in Mark 7:14-23 that no food that goes into a person can defile them because defilement comes from the heart, not the stomach.
Paul also explains in Romans 14:1-4 that one person eats only vegetables and another doesn’t, but God accepts both people. This is also inline with what God told Noah after the flood (Genesis 9:1-3).
The Bible also doesn’t forbid the consumption of alcohol, but drunkenness (Ephesians 5:18).
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