Statement, A by G C of SDA's

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In the 1901–1903 controversy between John Harvey Kellogg and the denomination over the work of the Battle Creek Sanitarium and the organization of the General Conference, A. T. Jones joined with Kellogg and resigned from the ministry and from membership in the church. He was outspoken as to G. C. policy and organization and the use of the Testimonies. It was in reply to some of his allegations that this paper was published in 1906.

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A. T. Jones was a very active minister and editor in Seventh-day Adventist circles, even working as a member of the General Conference Committee. However, in the 1901–1903 controversy between John Harvey Kellogg and the denomination over the work of the Battle Creek Sanitarium and the organization of the General Conference, A. T. Jones joined with Kellogg and resigned from the ministry and from membership in the church. He continued to keep the Sabbath and most of the SDA doctrines but never came back in. He was outspoken as to G. C. policy and organization and the use of the Testimonies. It was in reply to some of his allegations that this paper was published in 1906.

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Author G C of SDA's
Publisher Leaves of Autumn Books, Inc
Pages 95
Edition FASCIMILE
Binding Saddle Stitch
Condition B+
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents

Introductory
Some Grave Charges Answered
Some History Regarding Our Organization
Reorganization
Should the General Conference Have a President?
The Charge of Bureaucracy
The Alleged Campaigned Against Dr. Kellogg
The Testimonies
The Battle Creek College Debt
The Berrien Springs Meeting
Five Thousand Dollars for Nashville
Personal
Location of the General Conference of 1903
Alleged Overdraft of $300
"Suppression" of Matter for Vol. VII
"I Am Not a Prophet"
Does It Make Any Difference?
A Plain Contradiction
Elder Jones's "Retirement"
Conclusion

Copyright 1906
Year Printed 1986

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