S. N. Haskell was an evangelist, missionary, teacher, and Adventist Church leader. In 1853, as a self-supporting preacher, he and his wife, Mary, accepted the Sabbath message. He was ordained as a Seventh-day Adventist minister in 1868, and in 1870 became the first president of the New England Conference. He and his wife established the Tract and Missionary Society, which was organized throughout the church from 1870 to 1889. He also served as president of the California and Maine conferences, and founded the South Lancaster Academy, which later became Atlantic Union College. From 1889 – 1891, he traveled around the globe to evaluate mission opportunities.
At Ellen White’s suggestion, Haskell moved from preaching to teaching, promoting the question-and-answer method of sharing Bible truths through the Bible Training School, and the Bible Handbook. An excellent and thorough teacher, his books, The Story of Daniel the Prophet, The Story of the Seer of Patmos, and The Cross and Its Shadow, are still some of the best on these topics.
This volume, re-typeset in 3 easy-to-read columns in 8.5 x 11 format, contains all of his known publications, including the 4 titles mentioned above, and numerous tracts, articles, and transcribed sermons on many important subjects presented at various General Conference sessions. Hundreds of original graphics and marginal notes are included.
Paper, 8.5 x 11 format, 504 p.
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