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a member of Christian denomination that expects the imminent advent of Christ

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Studies also point to the long lifespan of Adventists, ( Healthline reports that they live one and a half to two and a half years longer than other Adventists on non-vegetarian diets.A
Associations between diet and cancer, ischemic heart disease, and all-cause mortality in non-Hispanic white California Seventh-day Adventists. Am J Clin Nutr.
4.6% of the population is Roman-Catholic, 3.2% Reformed, 1.9% Pentecostal, 0.8% Greek Catholic, 0.6% Baptist and 0.5% Seventh Day Adventists according to the results reported by the National Statistical Institute of Romania (INS) following the last census campaign that took place in 2011 (INS, July 2013).
He wowed thousands of young Adventists when he played the role of King Nebuchadnezzar at a 2014 church camporee in Wisconsin, according to Adventist Review.
"My observation is that Seventh-day Adventists are looked [at] askance to some degree.
A follow-up study called the Adventist Health Study 1 (AHS 1) was conducted from 1974 to 1988, involving approximately 34,000 Californian Adventists aged over 25.
Lawrence Foster addresses the topic of Millerite converts to Shakerism in The Disappointed: Millerism and Millenarianism in the Nineteenth Century, in a chapter titled "Had Prophecy Failed?" (1) Foster explained why many of these Adventists converted to Shakerism rather than returning to traditional Christianity, and he frequently cites the Ohio newspaper Western Midnight Cry!!!, later the Day Star, which was edited by Enoch Jacobs, a Millerite who joined the Shakers at Union Village.
He was 44 at the time and had already made a name for himself advocating for separation of church and state and defending that principle in the courts, mainly through his work with the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
4, at noon, in the College Church of Seventh-day Adventists, 337 Main St., South Lancaster.
Two years after their visit, a group of leading Battle Creek Adventists agreed to put up $300 each in order to attract James White's printing operation to the town.
In the "70s and "80s, a series of studies from Loma Linda University in California, which has tracked tens of thousands of Seventh-day Adventists since 1958, were the first to show that vegetarians live longer than meat eaters, according to the Huffington Post.
Cuba now has more than 31,000 Adventists, up from only 13,000 in 1994.
The Adventists movement has its roots in the 19th century "Millerite movement" which centered on the belief that Jesus would return on October 22, 1844.
After prefaces for each edition, Numbers starts with an introduction written by another Adventist scholar, Jonathan Butler, who describes the book's impact on Adventists as a whole and on Numbers personally.
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