Denominational History, Part 2: Tell It To The World

Description:
This continuing education study looks at God's leading of His remnant people in fulfilling the gospel commission. Objectives of this study include: 1. Summarize factors that led believers to organize and choose a name. 2. Identify what constituted systematic benevolence. 3. Explain why Seventh-day Adventism is more than a mere religious society. 4. Summarize the growth of Seventh-day Adventism in lands outside North-America. 5. Identify the first organized endeavor by Seventh-day Adventists to influence their young people for God and Service. 6. Identify two events in 1872 that were significant in the development of Seventh-day Adventist education. 7. Trace the growth of Seventh-day Adventist education from 1872 to the beginning of a medical school early in the 1900's. 8. Analyze why it was that by the 1880's Seventh-day Adventists had to a large extent lost sight of Jesus. This article can be studied for continuing education credit in the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

NOTE: No longer valid for continuing education credit. 
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Licence Type:
Free
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Publication Date:
1981
Author:
C Mervyn Maxwell
Publisher:
Journal of Adventist Education
12501 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD  20904-6600

Phone: 301 680 5069
FAX: 301 622 9627
Email: goffc@gc.adventist.org
URL: http://jae.adventist.org
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Language:
English
Resource Type:
Internet Resources; Serial Publications
Resource Objective:
Professional Development / Training
Level:
Tertiary-Lifelong
Audience:
Teacher / Faculty, Student / Learner, Parent / Informal Education
Religious Origin:
Seventh-day Adventist