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By George R. Knight
Theological historical past of the 7th day adventist church
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The spirit of the Restorationist movement set the stage for a great deal of the theological agenda for the majority of American Protestants in the early nineteenth century. , the,Disciples of Christ, the Churches of Christ, and the Christian Church), Restorationism’s largest impact undoubt edly was in fostering an attitude of getting back to the Bible. It permeated the American Protestant mentality of the times. One branch of the Restorationist movement had special importance to Seventh-day Adventists: the Christian C on nexion.
But the Methodist understanding made sense in a world in which people’s actions and choices seemed to make a difference and where revivalism helped people give their hearts and selves to Christ. Seventh-day Adventism was born with such Methodist understandings at its heart. Another Methodist contribution that deeply influenced early nineteenth-century American Christianity in general and Seventh-day Adventism in particular was John Wesley’s concept of sanctification. Wesley (1703-1791) fully accepted the Reformation concept of-justification by faith, but he re acted to those who emphasized it to the point of antinomianism (a doctrine that led to a downplaying of obedience in a C h ris tia n ’s life).
Little did Miller realize that the great majority of them were not so much interested in his “peculiar” teaching on the Second Coming as they were in his ability to bring in converts to fill their churches. Only gradually did it dawn on Miller that they were using him for that purpose. The very nature of his message, however, made that realization inevitable. After all, it was one thing to preach Miller’s 1843 message when it was some years off, but quite another when the actual time approached.
A Search For Identity: The Development of Seventh-day Adventist Beliefs by George R. Knight