Schwarz, SDA History, Online Reading

R. W. Schwarz, Light Bearers to the Remnant (Mountain View, CA: PPPA, 1979)

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Foreword

Preface

FIRST SECTION

1. The World in Which Adventism Began 13
2. The Great Advent Awakening 24
3. The Millerite Movement, 1839-1844 37
4. After the Disappointment 53
5. Using the Printed Page 72
6. Organizational Birth Pangs 86

SECOND SECTION

7. Becoming Health Reformers 104
8. Starting an Educational System 118
9. Worldwide Outreach, 1868-1885 134
10. Organizational Developments, 1864-1887 151
11. Doctrinal Developments, 1849-1888 166
12. Righteousness by Faith: Minneapolis and Its Aftermath 183

THIRD SECTION

13. The Expansion of Institutions, 1877-1900 198
14. Mission Advance, 1887-1900 214
15. Entering a Neglected Field 233
16. Troubles Within and Without 250
17. The Reorganization Movement, 1888-1903 267

FOURTH SECTION

18. The Kellogg Crisis, 1901-1907 282
19. The Dispersion From Battle Creek 299
20. New Institutions, New Challenges 314
21. Giving the Trumpet “A Certain Sound” 333
22. Into All the World 354
23. Organizational Refinements 373
24. Debates Over Nonessentials 393
25. The Final Years of Ellen White 408
26. Two World Wars Affect a World Church 424

FIFTH SECTION

27. Dissident Movements 445
28. Bright Lights Flicker and Fade 462
29. Developing a Professional Ministry 481
30. Meeting Financial Pressures 497
31. The Church Confronts the Secular World 512
32. Relationships With Other Christians 531
33. The Expanding Role of Laymen 547
34. The Rise of Indigenous and Ethnic Leadership 564
35. Dramatic Breakthroughs in Evangelism 579
36. Impact of the Health Message 598
37. Still a Bible-oriented Church 615
38. What of the Future? 628

Chronological Data 630

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