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“Tell ‘Em About the Dream”

50 Years after the March on Washington

national reconciliation that Martin Luther King, Jr. so memorably addressed in the one Wednesday sermon I have always regretted that I missed. Years later and thousands of miles away, I listened, [...] would have dismissed the words that shook the world as “politics.” But King’s eloquent 10-minute sermon gave everyone, Adventists included, a wake-up call to sleeping consciences and inherited prejudices [...] blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord” ( Luke 4: 18-19, NKJV ). John L. Lewis, one of King’s colleagues and the leader of the Student Non-Violent

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Seventh-day Adventist Pioneers and Their Protest Against Systemic Racism

The second advent movement was inseparable from the call to abolish slavery and grant equal rights to the oppressed.

“Died,” Frederick Douglass’ Paper , July 7, 1854, 3. 3. Kevin M. Burton, “Joseph Bates and Adventism’s Radical Roots,” Adventist Review , March 3, 2020. 4. Louis P. Masur, Rites of Execution: [...] April 1862, SEN 37A-J4, National Archives, Washington, D.C. 6. Ellen G. White, Testimonies for the Church , 1:259, 358; Charles Fitch, “Come Out of Her, My People”: A Sermon (Rochester, NY: J [...] that both slavery and capital punishment “represented systems of brutality that coerced individuals” 4 ), the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854). In the 1860s, Seventh-day Adventists

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Seventh-day Adventist Pioneers and Their Protest Against Systemic Racism

The second advent movement was inseparable from the call to abolish slavery and grant equal rights to the oppressed.

“Died,” Frederick Douglass’ Paper , July 7, 1854, 3. 3. Kevin M. Burton, “Joseph Bates and Adventism’s Radical Roots,” Adventist Review , March 3, 2020. 4. Louis P. Masur, Rites of Execution: [...] April 1862, SEN 37A-J4, National Archives, Washington, D.C. 6. Ellen G. White, Testimonies for the Church , 1:259, 358; Charles Fitch, “Come Out of Her, My People”: A Sermon (Rochester, NY: J [...] that both slavery and capital punishment “represented systems of brutality that coerced individuals” 4 ), the 1850 Fugitive Slave Act, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854). In the 1860s, Seventh-day Adventists

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ADVENTISTS AND MILITARY SERVICE

income. Conscripted Adventists tried to raise this sum to be exempted from military service. On July 4, 1864, the Conscription Act was tightened. The exemption regulations now applied only to members [...] apostles did not expressly forbid military service, Jesus made it clear through his example and his sermons that his followers should be peacemakers (66). Christians should therefore not take part in war and [...] Christians should be subject to authority, "for they do not bear the sword in vain" ( Romans 13:1-4 ), the apostle means that the state received its sword from God to maintain order in civil society

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Hong Kong: umbrellas to defend "one country, two systems."

it/dl/rainews/articoli/Hong-Kong-governo-annulla-colloqui-leader-proteste-79487a4d-233f-4fc8-b25b-70314d498faa.html . [4] http://www.ansa.it/sito/notizie/cronaca/2014/10/09/hong-kong-dputati-pre [...] Leung, Michael Yu, said that the payments, would be made for service prior appointment as governor. [4] We will see what the outcome of the matter, and what the impact on the careers of Leung. We stop [...] and the temptation of capitalism in Asia, was for 156 years a British colonial rule, then, from the July 1997 there was the transfer of sovereignty from the United Kingdom to the People's Republic of Chinese

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Mission in Tanzania

students and one teacher. "We left from Frankfurt airport by plane about 4 days before evangelism started. We spent almost 4 weeks in Tanzania. Before evangelism the group had two meetings with local [...] finishing my medical study that summer and I had to start working in the hospital. My graduation was in July and the mission trip to Tanzania was in August. I had a good chance to start working in the cardiac [...] the day we spent the time preparing for the lecture for that evening." Evangelism took 14 days, one sermon at church on Sabbath morning and one lecture in the evening. After the evangelism the group took

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Interview on Michael Belina Czechowski

also just preached on the street. His monthly reports indicate, for example, that he preached 36 sermons in August of 1864 and held 18 lectures in September of 1864. He sent these numerous reports to his [...] to France, Hungary, Romania, and the Ukraine. His wife, whom he left behind in Switzerland, died on July 22, 1870, and was buried in St. Blaise. Czechowski spent his last days in Vienna. On February 2, 1876

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