I thought it would be good to go over the pillars of our faith. What makes us Seventh Day Adventist?
Should we know these by heart? and Should we know the ten commandments by heart?
It would be good to know what the fundameltals of the doctrines of Christ are. These are spelled out in Hebrews 6.
"Therefore let us leave the elementary doctrine of Christ and go on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God,  and of instruction about washings, the laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead, and eternal judgment." Hebrews 6:1-2 (ESV)
As we can see, they are:
As you can see, the major doctrines that we hold are all listed here. There are some others too, but these are the basics.
Great Controversy p.409.
"The scripture which above all others had been both the foundation and central pillar of the Advent faith was the declaration, “Unto two thousand and three hundred days; then shall the sanctuary be cleansed.” (Dan 8:14)"
Daniel 8:14 was the scripture that gave the Advent people their reason for existence. That is why it is called our "foundation and central pillar".
I see like, the sanctuary, Christ's work in the sanctuary, His High Priestly position and His NATURE, the Sabbath,a correct understanding of the two covenants, the prophecies to the people at the end of time, an understanding of them, certainly. The judgement..
We have a SURE foundation.. And I think its REALLY PARAMOUNT that EACH of us individually have a DEEP comprehension of ALL of these things.. Also Righteousness by Faith, as in, the CAPSTONE to the reformation message GIVEN to us as a denomination, in 1888..
These are things that we need to understand because these are the areas that satan will do his utmost to decieve us about DUE TO thier IMPORTANCE..
Of course, the everlasting gospel is where we rest, but these are new and pertinant truths given to us as a people to declare WITH BOLDNESS to the world.. How can we even accomplish our mission WITHOUT a knowledge of these things?! :)
This is as far as I got as a editor on wiki, in the study of the pillars....
These foundations, pillars, and landmarks are:
In Seventh-day Adventists Answer Questions on Doctrine (1957), four authors outlined the core doctrines that they share with Protestant Christianity.
All of these doctrines, with the exception of item 11 (regarding the premillennial return of Christ), are widely held amongst conservative or evangelical Protestants. (Different Protestant groups hold varying views on the millennium.)
In addition to holding many standard Protestant positions, the SDA's have embraced the Three Angels messages, which are associated with a number of doctrinal Pillars.
Currently with our 28 fundamental vows required for baptism as a new coming SDA, many words are add to your list now found in Scripture:
(1) The word "trinity" is not found in Scripture. The picture of GOD as family however is (Eph 3:15, Luke 1:35, Gen 1:26)
(2) The Holy Spirit is a 'He', whatever that means, is not found in Scripture, only by fuzzy translations. Use the above texts for this also.