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Adventists a.k.a. Adventism is a movement which began in the 19th century, in the context of the Second Great Awakening revival in the United States. The name refers to belief in the imminent Second Coming of Jesus Christ. It was started by William Miller, whose followers became known as Millerites. Today, the largest church within the movement is the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
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With Cloak and Dagger (1996)
by H. H. Meyers
Pastor David Lin "ON JESUIT INFILTRATION" One "rumor" causing concern among Adventists is that there are Jesuit agents among our church officials and educators. It is reported that a Jesuit priest converted to the Baptist faith divulged this ...
Contemporary Apocalyptic Movements by Thomas Robbins, Susan J. Palmer
However, to conservatives, the reason why the Great Controversy now seems dated, bigoted, and likely to cause embarrassment to some Adventists is that it is coming true (Goldstein 1993, 5—7) .
God's Other Arm (2006)
by Colin D. Standish, Russell R. Standish
To declare that these vital doctrines have never been settled amongst Seventh- day Adventists is a plain falsification of church history. To assert that these principles of faith "are not issues so essential to salvation that souls will be lost unless ...
by Stephen J. Paterwic
The Dictionary _A_ ADVENTISTS. Also referred to as Advents in some Shaker journals, the Adventists were followers of William Miller and joined the Shakers in large numbers after the disappointment of 1844 and 1845. Hundreds joined the ...
Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)
A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ... with 515 Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps
SECOND ADVENTISTS, a religious organization having six slightly differing branches in the United States. They are Protestants and...
The original Adventists were called Millerites, and were followers of William Miller from 1781 till 1849.
Biblical, Doctrinal, Historical, and Practical by Samuel Macauley Jackson, Talbot Wilson Chambers, Frank Hugh Foster
ADVENTISTS as giving world-wide warning to all men. OUT Lord's return, and not death, is the period of full reward and the hope of the church. They are congregational in government, and all are immersionists. An independent ...
by Samuel Macauley Jackson, Talbot Wilson Chambers, Frank Hugh Foster
ADVENTISTS as giving world-wide warning to all men. Our Lord's return, and not death, is the period of full reward and the hope of the church. They are congregational in government, and all are immersionists. An independent ...
Embracing Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal, and Practical Theology and Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Biography from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Albert Hauck
the Foreign Christian Missionary Society; the Presbyterian Church, South; the Protestant Episcopal Church; the Seventh Day Adventists; and the Universalist Church. In Porto ...
A Religious Encyclopædia, Or, Dictionary of Biblical, Historical, Doctrinal and Practical Theology (1884)
Based on the Real-encyklopädie of H Erzog, Plitt and Hauck by Philip Schaff
ADVENTISTS, the general name of a body, embracing several ...
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