From Eden to Eden

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TEACH Services, Inc., 1995 - 263 páginas

This book is a most interesting study of the more important historic and prophetic portions of the Scriptures. The author traces the world in its career from the time when "God saw everything that He had made and behold it was very good," on through the period while "the earth also is defiled under the inhabitants thereof," to the future glorious times when Christ says of His followers, "Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the World."

 

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IN THE BEGINNING
15
CHAPTER III
25
CHAPTER IV
34
CHAPTER V
56
succession Gods pron ised kingdom to stand forever 6785
67
CHAPTER VIII
86
HEIRS OF THE KINGDOM
99
CHAPTER X
108
steps to supreme power In unprecedented spectacle The world the pro
129
CHAPTER XII
147
THE BEAST WITH TWO HORNS
163
CHAPTER XIV
223
THE RESTORATION OF THE FIRST DOMINION
238
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J. H. WAGGONER (1820-1889) was a publisher in a small town in Wisconsin when he accepted the Advent message. Two years later, in 1854, he became a minister. In 1875 he went to California with Elder and Mrss White. He joined in evangelism with Elders J. N. Loughborough and D. M. Canright, and became the editor of the "Signs of the Times," a position which he held until 1887, when he went to Basel, Switzerland, to engage in publishing. He died there two years later. He was the first editor of the Adventist religious liberty journal, "The American Sentinel," begun in 1886. In addition to his ariticles to his articles for the "Signs" and other papers, Elder Waggoner wrote pamphlets on spiritism, the age-to-come, and the atonement. He expanded the last of these to a 400-page book. "From Eden to Eden" was completed just before his death.

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