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A very deep explication of the true facts of the Sabbath day of the Lord. Amazing Book
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John Nevins Andrews (1829—1883) was a Seventh-day Adventist minister, missionary, writer, editor, and scholar. Born in Poland, Maine in 1829, Andrews began to observe the seventh-day Sabbath in 1845. Ordained as a minister in 1853, Andrews played a pivotal role in the establishment of Adventist theology. Andrews wrote a number of scholarly religious books, his most famous being “The History of the Sabbath and the First Day of the Week.” During his long and illustrious career, he also served as the Adventist representative in Washington to secure recognition for the church as noncombatants, served as the third president of the General Conference, and also as editor of the Review and Herald magazine. After his wife (Angeline) died from a stroke, Andrews was sent as a missionary to Europe where he helped start a publishing house in Switzerland and also a French periodical. Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan was named after him in 1960, as well as a school in Takoma Park, Maryland. Though many years have passed since John Andrew’s death, his scholarly legacy lives on in the numerous books he wrote, and the educational institutions that bear his name.
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