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Collected Writings of John Norton Loughborough

Pioneer evangelist and administrator, J. N. Loughborough, an Adventist from the age of 11, was called to preach in 1852 by Ellen White. During the 1850s he traveled extensively with James and Ellen White, and also with Joseph Bates and M. E. Cornell. He pioneered the Advent work in California with D. T. Bourdeau in 1868, and worked during the late 1870s in Great Britain. He assisted the Whites in repairing dissensions within the church. James and Ellen consistently showed confidence in his abilities.

Time passed and many of the original Advent pioneers had been laid to their rest. People were forgetting the urgency and purity of the message and the sacrifices that had brought the Seventh-day Adventist Church into existence. With his long and faithful experience, and personal knowledge of so much of the Adventist Church history, in 1888 Ellen White asked the General Conference to send Loughborough to churches across America to tell what he had seen and known in the rise of the third angel’s message and among the Advent movement. That year the General Conference Committee also invited him to write a denominational history, which is now known as The Great Second Advent Movement. That book is included in this volume, as well as his many articles in church journals, transcribed sermons, and several other important books, including his personal testimony on the veracity of Ellen White’s visions and ministry.

Elder Loughborough died in 1924 at the age of 92, after 8 decades of service to God and to the church he loved and helped raise up.

Paper, 8.5 x 11format, 578 pages.


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