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Synonyms for Adventism

any Christian religion that believes the second coming of Christ is imminent

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Christian Remnant--African Folk Church highlights two poles in the thought and development of Adventism in Tanzania.
Jesus himself is the best interpreter of his own apocalyptic mood, disavowing all subsequent adventisms that would wrongheadedly delight in setting dates for his return.
The book not only shows the evolving character of Adventism, but also the means it has used in evangelism, schools, and health centers in its successful outreach.
The Persistence of Apocalypticism Within a Denominationalizing Sect: The Apocalyptic Fringe Groups of Seventh-Day Adventism.
He concluded that Seventh-day Adventism is a Christian denomination and that "it is perfectly possible to be a Seventh-day Adventist and be a true follower of Jesus Christ despite certain heterodox concepts.
Relative to other religious groups, Seventh-day Adventism is exceptionally racially and ethnically integrated.
relations, deforestation, economy and Seventh-day Adventism in Haitian history, Catholicism, voodoo (a belief system originating in African and Roman Catholic practices and noted for sorcery, charms, and fetishes).
Adventism and the American Republic: The Public Involvement of a Major Apocalyptic Movement.
Seventh-day Adventism in Western Nigeria, 1914-1981: A Study in the Relationship Between Christianity and African Culture from the Missionary Era to the Introduction of African Leadership
mainly in the twentieth century - in the Assemblies of God and the Church of GOd in Christ (both pentecostal), the Churches of Christ, the Church of God, the Church of God (Anderson), Mormonism, Adventism, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Christian Reform Church.
Christian remnant--African folk church; Seventh-Day Adventism in Tanzania, 1903-1980.
South Lancaster, a birthplace of Adventism, was the home of the Fish family since the early 1900s.
I took a look at the Roman Catholic tradition, Seventh-day Adventism, Jehovah's Witnesses, and others.
Focus than switches to religions originating in North America, such as Mormonism, Christian Science, Seventh-day Adventism, and various strands of Western metaphysical traditions; the experience and influence of Eastern traditions such as Orthodox Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism; and the "pluralist" and "post-pluralist" phenomena of New-Ageism and Fundamentalism, respectively.