Who are the Seventh-day Adventists? Aside from keeping the seventh day as their Sabbath and healthy foods, what do we know about them? In this digital age, it is very timely to have an Adventist encyclopedia for reference. #AdventistEncyclopedia: The first of its kind The online Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (ESDA) is the first in Adventist history and it started operating on July 1, 2020. It has 2000+ articles on history, people, and institutions. This online reference has more than 3,500 photographs, many of which were never published before. And we’ll be expecting more stories, photos, and videos! What’s with the online Adventist encyclopedia?
ESDA is not exclusive for church members, it is also for people who want to know about the Seventh-day Adventists. It is for everyone! The history of the Adventist community is rich and deep. The missionaries’ true-to-life stories are inspiring where we can learn lessons from their attitudes and actions. How their ‘small’ acts contributed greatly to the work of God. Meet the ESDA editors
Dr. David Trim and Dr. Dragoslava Santrac are ESDA editors and they are the hosts for this video podcast series. This is the first episode: “The Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia – Unboxing An Amazing Gift." Let's join them as they interview Dr. Lisa Diller, who helps in making ESDA appealing even to the young people. Dr. Diller talks about her exciting and refreshing experiences as a historian while working for ESDA. She also shares how she motivates her students to be writers and contributors for this Adventist online encyclopedia. You can find their articles here: encyclopedia.adventist.org. We are also inviting you to tune in to our next Adventist history podcast: “The Complex and Beautiful Historical Growth of the Adventist Australian Church.” Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iX-vK7kHyM0
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