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Alexander de Nuefville Snyman (2008)_Minneapolis 1888 Exactly What Happened

Alexander de Nuefville Snyman (2008)_Minneapolis 1888 Exactly What Happened

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Exactly WhatHappened
Alexander deNuefville Snyman
Chapter 1
 inneapolis 888: e essage nd ts essengersxactly hat appened 2
Chapter 2
 ne ittle ord—ut t urned e orldpside own2
Chapter 3
 ighteousness by aith andthe leansing othe anctuary38
Chapter 4
  our obe: oven in e oom oeaven59
Chapter 5
  hy it is ard to e ost and asy to be aved 75
Chapter 6
 hrist and the ovenants 90
Chapter 7
 Questions and nswers 07
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eventh-day dventism begins with a man named illiamiller arly in the nineteenth century, ater a lie alternately as a armer, an army ocer, and a eist, he decided to begin tostudy the ible in earnest e determined to allow the ible to be itsown interpreter, using no helps other than ruden, a concordanceis study led him to the book o aniel and a ascination with theprophecy o the 2300 days o aniel 8:4: “nto two thousand andthree hundred days; then shall the sanctuary be cleansed” rom thishe concluded that hrist would return to this earth at the end o thistime to “cleanse this earthly sanctuary” e calculated the time o theprophecy as ending in 843, which date was later changed to 844, when it was realized that there was no zero years between the  and  dates ime was calculated on the “day-or-year” principle orsome twelve years he and others who believed his message preachedvigorously that hrist would return to earth in 844 n time anexact date o ctober 22, 844, was set or the econd oming o hrist course, hrist did not return as expected, which resulted in what came to be known as the “reat isappointment” urther study o the ible revealed that this very disappointment was prophesied inthe tenth chapter o evelation (0:7-) illiam iller died soonater 844, and the indications are he never understood why hristdid not come as he had predicted or so longut o this “illerite” movement arose the eventh-day  dventist hurch ts early beginnings were marked by the visions
Minneapolis 1888: The Message And Its MessengersExactly What Happened
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