Adventist Theological Society - ATS
The Adventist Theological Society (ATS) is an international, professional, nonprofit organization established as a theological resource for the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Archived and current articles are all available online for both ATS publications:...
On Making 1844 Meaningful
This article in the 1844 Anniversary JAE shows how teachers can help make the events of 1844 meaningful to their students. Using a 'living' timeline to mark major historic periods and people, from creation to the end of time, teachers can show the events in...
Publications about Adventist Beliefs
This link lists all books about Seventh-day Adventist beliefs available through the Adventist Book Centers in the USA.
Seventh-day Adventist Attitudes Toward Roman Catholicism - 1844-1965
"From its beginnings, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has emphasized apocalyptic prophecy and the role of Roman Catholicism in the biblical books of Daniel and Revelation. In this first major study of the topic, Bruinsma looks at the origin and unique...
The Midnight Cry! William Miller and the End of the World
"The authoritative film documentary about a famous crisis in American religious history. For some amazing days in the fall of 1844, America was on the raw edge of its nerves. In the large cities of the Northeast, angry mobs chased worshipers out of their...
William Miller and the Rise of Adventism
This article in the 1844 Anniversary JAE focuses on the life of William Miller. The author shares Miller's conversion story. In spite of his early mockery of preachers, Miller, later on in life, felt the call to study the Bible carefully. With only his concordance,...