A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventist

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  1. Read “A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventist” from George Knight answer the following TWO questions. I will upload the PDF for this.
    Note reform movements and “come outer” movements sweeping New England in mid-nineteenth century. (Bullet points listing.) (appx. 1/3 page)
    Note the steps through which the early Adventist moved from a parochial “closed door” mentality of faithful to a global movement. (appx. 1/2 page)
  2. Read THREE articles from Roy Branson and answer the following TWO questions.
    First: “Ellen G. White: Racist or Champion of Equality?” (http://www.oakwood.edu/goldmine/hdoc/blacksda/champ/index.html)
    Second: “Slavery and Prophecy”
    (http://www.oakwood.edu/goldmine/hdoc/blacksda/champ/champ2.htm)
    Third: “The Crisis of the Nineties”
    (http://www.oakwood.edu/goldmine/hdoc/blacksda/champ/champ3.htm)

A. List names, church officers, and anti-slavery involvements of 8 early Adventist leaders. (appx. 1/3 page)
B. What is the point of the Andrews editorial in the last paragraph? (1 Paragraph.) (appx. 1/2 page)

  1. Read TWO articles and answer the following FOUR questions. I will upload the PDF for these two.
    First: “A Christian Declaration on Race Relations”
    Second: “Document to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission”
    Two documents. Two continents. Two decades— USA 1970s and South Africa 1990s.
    A. Do you see these documents praising the church and/ or prodding their church? (appx. 1/2 page)
    B. On the basis of the dates of these documents, do you see these documents “prophetic?” (appx. 1/2 page)
    C. What good such documents? Google to get social context. (appx. 1/2 page)
    D. Pose two well-thought questions for each of the document authors t o respond to. Total 4 questions. (appx. 1/2 page)