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Adventist

a member of any of the Christian groups, such as the Seventh-Day Adventists that hold that the Second Coming of Christ is imminent
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The Whites were instrumental in the development of Adventism, but they did not initiate the movement.
Joining his new wife's church, he converted to Seventh Day Adventism.
The topics include the presence and marginalization of French-speaking Protestants in Quebec, the French monarchy and Protestant immigration to Canada before 1760, the Colonial Church and School Society and the early years of the Sabrevois Mission 1850-84, French Protestants and Roman Catholics in the 19th century, French Protestant missionary activity in Quebec from the 1850s to the 1950s, French Adventism in Quebec, and a brief socio-demographic portrait of French-speaking Protestantism in the 19h and 20th centuries.
He said its property, which includes several buildings and acreage in South Lancaster, the historic seat of New England Adventism, would revert back to the Adventist Church.
The special attachment in Adventism to the Old Testament made them somewhat less susceptible to anti-Semitism than Mennonites.
Forgiveness is also at the heart of Perez's novel, in which political violence is replaced by familial violence coming from the religions that were supposed to protect practitioners: the father's Seventh-Day Adventism, with its clear but rigid notions of morality and theology, and the mother's Afro-Caribbean traditions, with their power to affect and even kill others.
The movement of Pitcairn Islanders away from and back to their homelands resulted in outside sponsorship, a conversion to Seventh-Day Adventism, and a sway between the British past and the American orientation of the Adventist church.
We learn from him who drank the first cup of coffee in Oxford (a Cretan scholar named Nathanael Konopios who later became Metropolitan of Smyrna) and how Seventh Day Adventism directly inspired modern vegetarianism.
She construes the labor movement, the Social Gospel, revivalism, Adventism, and Pentecostalism as various responses to Modernity.
O'Malley was required by Simpsons-Sears to revert to part-time from full-time employment as a sales clerk when her conversion to Seventh Day Adventism caused a conflict between her religious convictions and her full-time work schedule.
The day included a full day of worship, hymn singing and prayer along with speeches on the history of Adventism in Coventry.
The rise of Adventism during the antebellum period may havereturned the expression into the popular vernacular.