I was questioned many times about what happened to the old Adventist church logo, the one with the image of the three angels messages flying around the earth, and was replaced by this new one with this three flames with the "CROSS" symbol in the center. Is this a clear evidence that SDA denomination had been drunken the "wines of Rome"?
How could that symbol of the three angels messages be changed into flames? Examine it closely. I want to know more about this. Please do answer in the plain, "THUS SAITH THE LORD".
The reason they changed their logo is because of the horrible depiction of the three angels swooping around usually in black. A lot of people mistook the angels for witches. So, they changed the logo.
Well now they will have to change it again
I think they should change it back, but do a better job so it doesn't look like flying witches. I wouldn't want to go to the flying witch church either, frankly, if I was looking from the outside in.
So how solid evidence do you need not to see it as circumstantial? Why was it changed from the 3 angels to the Occult triangle? because the church was looking to be a Corporation and needed a new Logo. So they adopted this Occult triangle.
Looking from the outside in, I would be leery of a Church with the above symbol.
They need to fix the logo to look like real angels, rather than black figures, that to the rest of the world look like they are riding brooms. That would solve the problem on all fronts. We wouldn't be driving away the curious, giving the enemy more things to talk about, and there would be no longer a debate regarding the symbol of the Church. A simple fix, really.
Jason said, "What more evidence do you need ?"
Personally, I just need some evidence - any evidence. All I have seen so far is people telling me the motivation of other people whom they don't know and have not asked. In the Bible this is called "evil surmising" and "giving a false witness".
I don't understand why the assumption of evil has suddenly become "evidence" nor why one would want to assume evil rather than assume good.
No, provide some evidence to back up what you are suggesting or accept that it is an example of preferring to assume evil of your brethren rather than good.