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Essays on Black Adventist History


 

An Interview with Rothacker Childs Smith


 

Eric Williams addresses Seventh-day Adventists


 

The Beginning of Black Adventism in Canada


 

In Search of Utopia


 

Remembering Lucy Byard


 

When Magic Johnson was Seventh-day Adventist


 

Nelson Mandela and Adventists


 

"Nothing to Fear": William Foy and the Gift of Prophecy


 

Sojourner Truth as a Millerite


 

John Loughborough on William Foy


 

Some Facts Concerning Your Church History


 

The World Greets the New Year


 

Vicksburg's Last Chance


 

"I Shall Never Forget Him": A Black Man Remembers Abram LaRue


 

A Preacher was Born


 

"Beyond the Rivers of Ethiopia"


 

The Great Controversy and the Coming Global Christianity


 

The Mystery of the Unplowed Joints


 

A Satisfying Merger


 

The Father of Black Adventism


 

Our Firm Foundation and Black People


 

Black Adventists and Theology


 

Malcolm X and Seventh-day Adventists


 

An Interview with Ian Sweeney


 

Muammar Gadaffi and Adventism


 

Barack Obama and Adventism


 

Jesus in Jail


 

9/11 and True Adventism


 

The Woman who wouldn't be Quiet


 

Jesus and African Women


 

Adventism's Aquamaniac


 

Africa's Sabbath Heroes


 

The Mecca of Black Adventism


 

The Career of the Unknown President


 

When a Man of Color was Nominated President of the General Conference


 

Ted Wilson and Africa