Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement

Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement

Classification

Protestant

Orientation

Adventist; Arminian; Christian pacifist

Polity

Modified presbyterian polity

Geographical area

Worldwide (132 countries)

Founder

Groups of Seventh-day Adventist in different countries

Origin

1925

Gotha, Germany

Separated from

Seventh-day Adventist Church

Separations

Seventh Day Adventist Third Part

Members

35 000

The Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement is a Protestant Christian denomination, part of the Sabbatarian adventist movement, and the result of a split from the Seventh-day Adventist Church created by disagreement over proper Sabbath observance and military service during World War I.

From: Wikipedia



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