W.W. Prescott: Forgotten Giant of Adventism's Second Generation
W. W. Prescott founded or laid the groundwork for four colleges. He was president of three at once. He reshaped the Seventh-day Adventist church's educational system and politics. He held 11 different offices simultaneously, initiated curriculum reforms and was heavily opposed. He was also a peacemaker. You'll meet a spiritual giant of church history who is often overlooked.
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CHAPTER PAGE A Word to the Reader
A New England Heritage
Inky Thumbs and Party Politics
Education Director and PresidentatLarge
More Than a President
General Conference Administrator
The Kellogg Crisis
Theological Controversy and a Change of Job
The Troubled Years
A New Harness
Writing Till the End
1919 Bible Conference A. G. Daniells A. T. Jones administration AGD to WCW appointment Australia Battle Creek College Berrien Springs Bible teacher camp meeting Christ Christian church leaders Conference Committee Conference president Conference session Cooranbong Daniells and Prescott delegates denomination doctrine editor Ellen White Elmshaven evangelism evangelistic faculty Froom GC Bulletin GCCMin gospel Haskell idea institution issue July June Kellogg later leadership letter Magan manuscript ministry months needed Olsen plans preaching Prescott felt problem professor publishing house reform reported response Review and Herald Sabbath sanitarium Sept Smith Spicer Spirit Sutherland teaching theological things tion trustees Union College Union Conference Uriah Smith W. C. White W. W. Prescott Waggoner Washington WCW to WWP William William Warren Prescott wrote WWP to AGD WWP to EGW WWP to OAO WWP to WCW