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44. Adventist linked origin of Bible Students & Jehovah's Witnesses

Adventist linked origin of Bible Students & Jehovah's Witnesses

Russell the Adventist linked

"During the time of his Bible study, Russell was influenced (and also baptized - my note) heavily by several Adventists such as George Storrs, Jonas Wendell, George Stetson and Nelson Barbour. Other possible influences were Christadelphians, the Lutheran minister Joseph Seiss and possibly Freemasonry. The Watchtower Society has in more recent years admitted this Adventist influence on Russell, stating for example that Russell "learned much of the mortality of the soul" (soul sleep) from George Storrs. 4 Russell himself acknowledged his indebtedness to Adventists such as Stetson, Storrs, Wendell and Barbour. 5 Thus, even according to the Society today, Russell learned "much" about theology including soul sleep from Adventists, not from the Bible alone. Russell's Bible study group seems to have been an Adventist oriented study. In fact, according to Jonsson, Russell's Bible study group had numerous and close contacts with certain Adventists, including a group under the leadership of Jonas Wendell in Allegheny and George Storrs' congregation in New York. 6"

"Much of Russell's theology came from these and earlier Adventists. Some of Russell's beliefs can be traced back to the very beginning of the Second Advent movement started by William Miller, such as certain time calculations and some of Russell's type/antitype hermeneutics. 7"
 http://www.seanet.com/~raines/offshoot.html

Another refferences in Apostles Of Denial: Russell's Bible Student Movement - A Millerite Off Shot

See again:
iv. Millerite Bible Student Groups

Back to the Bible Way
Christian Believers Conference
Christian Bible Students Association
Christian Millenial Fellowship
Christian Prophets of Jehovah
Dawn Bible Students Association
Epiphany Bible Students Association
Independent Bible Students
Laodicean Home Missionary Movement
Layman's Home Missionary Movement
Lord Our Righteousness (Life Support)
Pastoral Bible Institute
Philanthropic Assembly
http://www.southbear.com/Denominations.html

"Adventists Religious sects who believe most strongly in the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, and that at no distant date.
Adventism Doctrine of the Seventh-day Adventists which states that Christ’s return and the end of the world is near.
Annihilationism Taught by most Adventist groups, including the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, this doctrine denies the conscious, eternal punishment of the lost. Instead, humans who do not receive eternal life will be destroyed and cease to exist.
Millerites Apocalyptic sect based on Bible student William Miller’s prediction of the end of the world. His followers, anticipating Christ’s return, gathered on hillsides anticipating transport to heaven, 3 am 22 October 1843.
Great Disappointment, The Name given to the failure of the world to end on that date. The Millerites began a process of splitting:
Seventh-day Adventists Splinter group continued to set dates and each time these failed, founded by Ellen White 23 October 1843.
Ordinance of humility Ceremony on the 12th Sabbath day of each quarter at which men and women take part separately. It is suggested that participants correct misunderstandings and confess their faults to one another at the service. Afterwards men and woman come together for holy communion, in the main body of the church.
Houteff group Group founded by Victor Houteff (d.1955), a prominent Seventh-day Adventist in Los Angles, and who moved to Texas in 1929.
Davidic Seventh-day Adventists At the beginning of World War II, the group’s new name adopted by Victor T. Houteff. Victor’s wife, Florence took over the group and predicted that Christ would come to Earth 22 April 1959, prompting hundreds of new followers to join the group after selling their property. With the failure of the prophesy, the cult split in 1959 and again in 1984.
General Association of Davidian Seventh-Day Adventists
International Missionary Society of the Seventh-Day
Branch Davidians Schismatic offshoot of the Seventh-day Adventists who believe in polygamy, founded by Lois and Ben Roden following the teachings of Victor T. Houteff, 1955. Later David Koresh took over leadership, 1984.
See also Battle of Waco"

Adventist Splinter Groups:

Adventist Church Reform Movement
Branch Seventh Day Adventists
Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church
Davidian Seventh-Day Adventist Association
People's Christian Church
Promise Adventist Church Brazilian Pentecostal Adventists
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement
Sabbath Rest Advent Church

Other Adventists:

Christian Nations - Eagle Warriors
Church of God (Reinersten)
Kingdom of God on Earth Within Man
Remnant Church
Restored Israel of Yahweh
Shiloh True Light Church of Christ
Star of Truth Foundation
True Church
Church of God World Mission Society

Sunday Adventists:

Advent Christian Church of Christ
Church of God General Conference (Abrahamic Faith)
Church of the Blessed Hope (Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith)
Primitive Advent Christian Church

See also:
39. Adventist imagination: When God will shut the door

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