by Ronald Lawson | 22 February 2019 | This was an answer to a question posed by Gerald Winslow for a Metro New York Adventist Forum meeting in April of 2010. A sect is defined by Stark and Bainbridge as having high tension with society, marked by separation/exclusivity, difference, and mutual antagonism. Early Adventism was […]
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