GNU Webster's 1913
- n. any Christian religion that believes the second coming of Christ is imminent.
- n. any Christian religion that believes the second coming of Christ is imminent
“* Likewise, I was bemused by one of the later commenter’s insistence that I must’ve been raised in/rebelled against a quasi-libertarian fringe sect of Adventism, which is not at all the case.”
“During the Great Awakenings interdenominational evangelicalism, Pentecostalism and Christian fundamentalism emerged, along with new Protestant denominations such as Adventism, and new branches of Restorationism, particularly Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormonism.”
“Publicized research on Adventists' health "has helped bring some objective evaluation of Adventism... particularly all up and down the West Coast," said G.”
“Newly released data show Seventh-day Adventism growing by 2.5% in North America, a rapid clip for this part of the world, where Southern Baptists and mainline denominations, as well as other church groups are declining.”
“Newly arrived immigrants in the United States often come from parts of Latin America or Africa where Seventh-day Adventism has long-established churches, schools and hospitals.”
“Immigrants aren't the only ones embracing Seventh-day Adventism.”
“Some newcomers to Adventism also appreciate the church's clarity about what's expected of Christ's followers.”
“Since the mid-19th century when the movement sprang up in New Hampshire, Seventh-day Adventism has had an urgent mission to bring the gospel — with a distinctive emphasis on Christ's imminent second coming — to the ends of the earth.”
“With Saturday worship services and vegetarian lifestyles, Seventh-day Adventism owns a distinctive niche outside the Christian mainstream.”
“It deals with Adventism, something the author is quite familiar with, so it'll be interesting to see his horrific approach to the subject matter.”
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