SDA General Conference Advises Russian Students to Attend School on Sabbath
Alf Lohne, a high ranking SDA General Conference official (now retired) divulged in his book on Russia, SDA students in Russia attend school on Saturday, the Sabbath. Lohne said that the General Conference advises Russian SDA parents to send their children to school on Sabbath. This is breaking God’s law in obeisance to Caesar. This precludes SDA’s as being God’s commandment-keeping people. Search for the word “Saturday” at the following links.
Notice this statement from The Boston Globe:
“Russian students hardly get any holiday breaks. A week at Christmas, a week at Easter, and maybe three weeks or so during the summer. They also have classes Monday through Saturday. Classes start at 8:30 a.m. and can go as late as 10 p.m.’’
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Note the following statement at this link: http://www.ineer.org/Events/ICEER2004/Proceedings/papers/1645.pdf
“Classes usually meet in the early morning hours when it is cooler from Monday to Saturday of each week, leaving afternoons, evenings and Sundays free for study and personal activities.”
The following quote is from this link:
“Until their senior year, full-time students had practically no choice: they had to take the pre-determined sequence of classes (clusters) every semester. This was a very heavy studying load: about 6 hours of classes every weekday and Saturday, with a large amount of homework for each class. After the first three years, the students chose a specialization within their discipline, and this allowed them more freedom in selecting their classes.”
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