W.W. Prescott: Forgotten Giant of Adventism's Second Generation

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
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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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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE A Word to the Reader
19
Foreword
21
A New England Heritage
25
College Days
33
Inky Thumbs and Party Politics
40
College President
47
Education Director and PresidentatLarge
63
More Than a President
78
General Conference Administrator
145
The Kellogg Crisis
167
Publishing Again
192
Theological Controversy and a Change of Job
214
The Troubled Years
239
A New Harness
268
Campus Troubleshooter
286
Writing Till the End
309

Educational Philosopher and Reformer
93
Reformers in Refuge Down Under
111
Frustrated Administrator
131

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