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This concept stands in contrast to the much more common Christian belief that the Last Judgment will occur at or after the second coming.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church believes that a pre-advent judgment started in the year 1844, known as the investigative judgment. It will conclude at the "close of probation" prior to the return of Jesus.
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