Category Archives: Adventism

Men Made for the Sabbath

I’ve already written about the beginnings of William Miller’s Adventism, but I haven’t yet said anything about its offshoots. The most famous is the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, primarily known for observing the Sabbath on Saturday instead of Sunday. In a … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Merry Miller

I could be wrong, but I seem to remember seeing someone mention that the Jehovah’s Witnesses originally thought the world would end in 1844. Actually, the organization that would become the Watchtower didn’t exist until the 1870s, so that’s obviously … Continue reading

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