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In this investigation of the administrative structures of the Seventh-day Adventist church, Oliver examines the historical precursors of reorganization during the years of 1888-1903. He proposes reasons for the reorganization of the church in 1901-1903 and ascertains how the principles involved were related to soteriology, ecclesiology, eschatological vision, and the sense of mission in the church. Oliver makes applications to the continuously changing contemporary church. Number 15 in the Andrews University Seminary Doctoral Dissertation Series.
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