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HIST 360 Midterm
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With which religious movement is the name Mother Ann Lee associated?
Name the Mormon leader who was murdered by a mob
What sort of reform is Sylvester Graham famous for advocating?
Our textbook says "Gradually in America concern over one particular evil became so all-encompassing that it consumed practically the entire reform energies of the nation." By the 1840s and 50s this reform movement took center stage. Which evil was it fighting?
What was William Miller's religious viewpoint before he became a Baptist and a preacher of Christ's imminent return?
The belief that a period of a thousand years of peace would follow Christ's second coming
The belief that Christ would only return after an era of peace on earth
A religious movement that proclaimed Christ would return soon
A religious movement out of which came renewed interest in biblical prophecy
Manuel de Lacunza was a jesuit priest who wrote a book that incurred the wrath of the Catholic Church because it disagreed with their stated stance on a topic. What topic did Manuel de Lacunza write about?
The soon return of Jesus
You should remember the name Joshua V. Himes as
the brilliant publicist of Millerism
What is the date of the "Great Disappointment?"
October 22, 1844
How did William Miller interpret the phrase "the cleansing of the sanctuary" in Daniel 8:14?
cleansing of the earth through fire
After the Great Disappointment, some Millerites--including the forerunners of SDA--believed in the doctrine of the Shut Door. Briefly explain this doctrine.
portrays how the destiny of each person is fixed or sealed before the advent
This sea captain was an "adventist" and later a sabbatarian
This preacher married Ellen Harmon in 1846
This man of mixed-race parentage received 2 visions in 1842
In a corn field, this methodist farmer redefined the "cleansing of the sanctuary."
Which of the following doctrines did sabbatarians NOT ACCEPT during the Sabbath Conferences of 1848?
God will burn the wicked in hell for eternity
Please identify Present Truth. Tell us in a phrase or sentence what it is and why it is important to the history we are studying.
paper prepared James White as a result of Ellen White's vision. Eventually, helped start the Review
Sister of Uriah Smith and a poet who authored lyrics of many hymns.
First official missionary of SDA Church outside North America. Andrews University is also named after him.
nickname given to the first system of tithe giving in Adventist Church
After 1855 the nerve center of SDA work was located in
battle creek, MI
Describe the consensus among SDA that emerged in 1864 on military service.
shouldn't resist being drafted but should avoid taking up arms
The first conference was established in the state of
For a time this Adventist leader was almost alone in his commitment to health reform, giving up alcohol, tobacco, tea and coffee, and meat long before his fellow believers. His name was _____.
Describe the "reform dress" Ellen White suggested for women. What was its connection to health?
Stop wearing hoops to give more room for the hip and waist. Skirts between knee and ankle and pants underneath that kept women warm.
Who was John Harvey Kellogg?
- key person in adventist health movement
- chief physician of Western Health Reform Institute
Goodloe Harper Bell
- man considered father of adventist education
- recruited to teach english by Edson white
- gained enough traction to open school in battle creek
- head of south lancaster academy
in 1863, ellen white had a vision during a prayer service in otsego, michigan. what was the subject of this vision?
Abram La Rue
missionary in hawaii who went to HK and helped publish first Chinese adventist tracts
polish priest who became sda
- wanted to evangelize in EU
- est first adventist communities in Switzerland
people who evangelized by selling religious books and tracts on subscription
- george a king was a notable colporteur
The American Health and Temperance Association encourages its members to sign a "teetotal pledge." What did members promise to abstain from consuming?
tea, coffee, alcohol
"adventist have no creed aside from the Bible." Would James White agree?
he would agree
- skeptical of creeds as a result of great disappointment
"Jesus is not co-eternal with the father" Would Ellen White agree?
She would disagree
- wrote that there was never a time that God didn't exist
"The Atonement of Christ was not complete at the cross" Would Uriah Smith agree?
He would agree
- atonement took place in heavenly sanctuary
- believed that atonement at cross would mean that all saved or only predestined saved
"Sabbath begins at 6pm friday night" would joseph bates agree?
- 6pm around the time the sun goes down
"When Paul talks about the law in epistle to the Galatians, he means the Jewish ceremonial law -- not moral law." Would EJ Waggoner agree?
- focus on moral laws.
- believed that laws showed man's sinfulness
- Following ceremonial laws doesn't mean that you are doing it out of love.
- It is through man's morals that righteousness by faith can be accomplished.
"Seventh-day Adventists have not put enough emphasis on righteousness by faith." Would G. I. Butler agree? Why or why not?
Based off of the main time period that was focused on in this chapter, I would say G.I. Butler would disagree that SDAs haven't put enough emphasis on righteousness by faith. This is probably because he believed that there was a lot of work to be done in fulfilling God's laws. Righteousness by faith wasn't enough in his views.
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