A. G. Daniells : Shaper of twentieth-century Adventism / Benjamin McArthur

Main Author: McArthur, B., 1951-, Автор, BenjaminLanguage: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: Canada : Pacific Press Publishing Association, ©2015Description: 464 p.ISBN: 978-0-8163-5880-9.Series: Adventist pioneer series ;, 10.Classification: Contents note: Foreword -- 7 Introduction -- 9 Acknowledgments -- 13 Abbreviations -- 15 I. Iowa Beginnings -- 17 II. To the Antipodes -- 40 III. A “Public Man”: Daniells and the Reorganization of 1901 -- 80 IV. The Office of President -- 111 V. Taking on Battle Creek -- 142 VI. The Crisis of 1903 -- 169 VII. The Color Line -- 215 VIII. A Global Vision -- 255 IX. Administrator and Urban Evangelist -- 287 X. Winds of War -- 333 XI. Progress, Contention, Dismissal -- 373 XII. A Second Act -- 417 Index -- 455 Abstract: A consummate administrator, a man of committees and budgets, A. G. Daniells was also a man of passion. At the turn of the twentieth century, the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the nation found themselves entering a new world—one requiring multi level, specialized administration. America had become a major player on the world stage and was becoming predominantly urban. New ways of thinking were demanded if Adventism was to fulfill its commission to take an end-time gospel to a rapidly changing world. .Subject - Personal Name: Daniells Arthur G 1858-1935 Subject - Topical Name: Seventh-Day Adventists -- Biography -- United States | Adventists -- Biography -- United States
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Foreword 7 Introduction 9 Acknowledgments 13 Abbreviations 15 I. Iowa Beginnings 17 II. To the Antipodes 40 III. A “Public Man”: Daniells and the Reorganization of 1901 80 IV. The Office of President 111 V. Taking on Battle Creek 142 VI. The Crisis of 1903 169 VII. The Color Line 215 VIII. A Global Vision 255 IX. Administrator and Urban Evangelist 287 X. Winds of War 333 XI. Progress, Contention, Dismissal 373 XII. A Second Act 417 Index 455

A consummate administrator, a man of committees and budgets, A. G. Daniells was also a man of passion.
At the turn of the twentieth century, the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the nation found themselves entering a new world—one requiring multi level, specialized administration. America had become a major player on the world stage and was becoming predominantly urban. New ways of thinking were demanded if Adventism was to fulfill its commission to take an end-time gospel to a rapidly changing world.

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