Peace Messenger: Peacemaking Heritage Series

Since 2007 Doug Morgan has been working on an SDA peacemaking series at his main blog, Peace Messenger. While tracking down each installment, I was reminded of the significance of the content he has consistently posted. Here are the articles to date:

PEACEMAKING HERITAGE

  1. “Victims of an Absurd Theory” Yet Advocates of the “Great Radical Reforms”
  2. Millerism and Anti-Slavery Politics
  3. Angelina Grimké Weld: Abolitionist, Feminist and Millerite
  4. Blessed Hope Amidst the Trampling of Apostolic Religion
  5. Joseph Bates: “A Decided Stand On the Side of the Oppressed”
  6. Joseph Bates — II: “Working at the Fountainhead”
  7. Joseph Bates — III: The Advent Message in Slaveholding Maryland
  8. Gerrit Smith: Doing “more for the cause of the slave” as a Millerite
  9. “Beecher’s Bibles” or the Sword of the Spirit?
  10. Religion and Politics – 1856
  11. An Abolitionist Urges Adventist Action
  12. An Abolitionist Urges Adventist Action – II
  13. Politics before the All-Seeing Judge
  14. Disappointing Satan
  15. Ellen White, Slavery and Politics – I
  16. Ellen White, Slavery and Politics – II
  17. Ellen White, Slavery and Politics – III
  18. So Much Radical Truth

BONUS POSTS: Arms Reduction and an Adventist Perspective, Adventists and the NAACP, Peacemaking on Adventist Campuses, The Classic That Woke Up the Church, Dialogue Discusses Adventism and Peacemaking, My Refusal to Bear Arms, and Peacemaking and Adventist Education.

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