Anticipating the Advent

George R. Knight
So were the hopes and enthusiasm expressed in writing by the farmer-turned-preacher William Miller a mere two weeks before the crushing disappointment of October 22, 1944. The day Jesus did not return to take His people home. But that bitter experience was not the end. It was just the beginning. This is the compelling story of how a small group who believed in the imminent return of Christ came to view themselves as a prophetic people with a responsibility to take their unique message to all around the world. From Battle Creek to Silver Spring, from 1844 to today, author and church historian George R. Knight embarks on an exciting journey into the pages of Adventist history that is certain to leave the reader with a renewed appreciation for the purpose, mission, and prophetic significance of Adventism.

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