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Synonyms for Adventism

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

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Seventh-day Adventism grew from one of the many groups that emerged from the wreckage of the Great Disappointment.
Hoschele, Stefan, Christian Remnant--African Folk Church: Seventh Day Adventism in Tanzania, 1903-1980.
48) In fact, the family presented in Perez's novel mirrors Freud's theory: the puritanical Seventh Day Adventism of the father creates an atmosphere through which the "moralistic framework of guilt" is sustained and proliferates.
In "The American Religion", Harold Bloom (Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University) examines a number of American-based faiths including Pentecostalism, Mormonism, Seventh-day Adventism, Christian Science, Jehovah's Witnesses, Southern Baptism, Christian Fundamentalism, and African American spirituality.
For reasons such as this, some (William McLoughlin, for example) have proposed a category such as "third-force Christianity" to describe such groups as Pentecostalism, Seventh-day Adventism, the Holiness churches, various so--called evangelical groups, and so forth.
The advent of socialism, communism, and anarchism, to say nothing of feminism, utopianism, Mormonism, and Adventism, would never have taken place had free society addressed its problems and remedied its flaws.
It appropriates Seventh-Day Adventism and claims that a female Christ has come to Henan province.
Regarding the food taboos on fish, in Icapara, reimoso food was emically associated with the followers of SeventhDay Adventism, which imposes religious beliefs on food restrictions towards the consumption of pork and on detritivorous and carnivorous fish, such as catfish.
The same holds true for mere wishful thinking of the kind that is "the vilest caricature of Adventism, of the false Messiah" that once started a "utopian psychosis" in Chicago: "'God arrives next Tuesday at 11:25 a.
Adventism in America: A History (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdman's, 1986).
Chez les anglophones, on prefere souvent le terme adventism, designant l'Avent ou la periode qui precede la venue du Seigneur, fete celebree a Noel dans la liturgie chretienne.
Mormonism, Seventh Day Adventism, Theosophy, Christian Science, and Jehovah's Witnesses all have originated or flourished in the United States.
Some of the nineteenth-century history of Adventism chronicled in contemporary newspapers would provide interesting (although disturbing) details to this section.
What emerged in Adventism, however, was a very distinctive interpretation of the second beast of Rev 13, in which the beast was identified with the United States of America.
Knight, Millennial Fever and the End of the World: A Study of Millerite Adventism (Boise and Oshawa 1993), 105-17.