Uriah Smith : Apologist and biblical commentator / Gary Land

Main Author: Land, G., 1944-2014, Автор, GaryLanguage: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: Hagerstown : Review and Herald, ©2014Description: 256 p. : illustrationsISBN: 978-0-8280-2779-3.Series: Adventist pioneer series ;, 9.Dewey: 286.7092B, 23Classification: Contents note: Introduction -- 7 Foreword -- 11 Acknowledgments -- 13 Sources and Abbreviations -- 14 The Final Book -- 15 I. Child of New Hampshire, 1832-1853 -- 17 II. Early Days at the Review, 1853-1855 -- 26 III. Battle Creek, 1855-1860 -- 35 IV. Organization and Its Discontents, 1860-1870 -- 50 V Trials and Reconciliation, 1870-1880 -- 76 VI. A Troubled Time, 1880-1894 -- 120 VII. Conflict Returns, 1885-1894 -- 168 XIII “The Great Globetrotting Trip,” May 1894-January 1895 -- 188 IX. “I Still Adhere to the Old Paths,” 1895-1903 -- 215 Afterword -- 243 Appendix Publications of Uriah Smith -- 248 Index -- 251 Abstract: Interrupted on his path to Harvard, a young Uriah Smith threw in his lot with the first Sabbath-keepers. Soon his talents became indispensible to the growing church. He was put in charge of the church paper, the Adventist Review and Sabbath Herald, and his sharply worded opinions became familiar to thousands of readers. He had much to say about prophecy and sharply-worded criticism of slavery and Catholicism. Often he found himself brought into controversy--and sometimes booted out of his position as top editor--but he continued to "stand by the pillars." Gary Land creates a detailed portrait of this brilliant writer and inventor. We see how he frustrated other church leaders--including the Whites--and yet was always able to mend fences with those he had angered. We see how his understanding of justification by faith changed and how his statements on prophecy have held up over time. And finally, we measure the legacy of this man whose voice narrated the early years of the Seventh-day Adventist Church..Subject - Personal Name: Smith Uriah 1832-1903 Subject - Topical Name: Seventh-Day Adventists -- Clergy -- Biography | Clergy -- Biography -- United States Item type: Книги
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Includes index.

Introduction 7 Foreword 11 Acknowledgments 13 Sources and Abbreviations 14 The Final Book 15 I. Child of New Hampshire, 1832-1853 17 II. Early Days at the Review, 1853-1855 26 III. Battle Creek, 1855-1860 35 IV. Organization and Its Discontents, 1860-1870 50 V Trials and Reconciliation, 1870-1880 76 VI. A Troubled Time, 1880-1894 120 VII. Conflict Returns, 1885-1894 168 XIII “The Great Globetrotting Trip,” May 1894-January 1895 188 IX. “I Still Adhere to the Old Paths,” 1895-1903 215 Afterword 243 Appendix Publications of Uriah Smith 248 Index 251

Interrupted on his path to Harvard, a young Uriah Smith threw in his lot with the first Sabbath-keepers. Soon his talents became indispensible to the growing church. He was put in charge of the church paper, the Adventist Review and Sabbath Herald, and his sharply worded opinions became familiar to thousands of readers. He had much to say about prophecy and sharply-worded criticism of slavery and Catholicism. Often he found himself brought into controversy--and sometimes booted out of his position as top editor--but he continued to "stand by the pillars." Gary Land creates a detailed portrait of this brilliant writer and inventor. We see how he frustrated other church leaders--including the Whites--and yet was always able to mend fences with those he had angered. We see how his understanding of justification by faith changed and how his statements on prophecy have held up over time. And finally, we measure the legacy of this man whose voice narrated the early years of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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