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Great Disappointment
The Great Disappointment
Great Disappointment
in the Millerite movement was the reaction that followed Baptist
Baptist
preacher William Miller's proclamations that Jesus
Jesus
Christ would return to the Earth by 1844, what he called the Advent. His study of the Daniel 8
Daniel 8
prophecy during the Second Great Awakening led him to the conclusion that Daniel's "cleansing of the sanctuary" was cleansing of the world from sin when Christ would come, and he and many others prepared, but October 22, 1844, came and they were disappointed.[1][2][3][4] These events paved the way for the Adventists who formed the Seventh-day Adventist Church
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AFI (band)
AFI (abbreviation for A Fire Inside) is an American rock band from Ukiah, California, formed in 1991. The band has had the same lineup since 1998: lead vocalist Davey Havok, drummer and backing vocalist Adam Carson, with bassist Hunter Burgan
Hunter Burgan
and guitarist Jade Puget, who both play keyboard and contribute programming and backing vocals.[1] Of the current lineup, Havok and Carson are the two remaining original members. AFI has released ten studio albums, ten EPs, one live album and one DVD
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Josiah Litch
Josiah
Josiah
(/dʒoʊˈsaɪ.ə/ or /dʒəˈzaɪ.ə/)[1][2] or Yoshiyahu[a] was a seventh-century BCE king of Judah (c. 649–609) who, according to the Hebrew Bible, instituted major religious reforms. Josiah
Josiah
is credited by most biblical scholars with having established or compiled important Hebrew Scriptures
Hebrew Scriptures
during the "Deuteronomic reform" which probably occurred during his rule
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Second Coming
Portals: Christianity
Christianity
Bible  Book:Life of Jesusv t eThe Second Coming
Second Coming
(sometimes called the Second Advent or the Parousia) is a Christian
Christian
and Islamic belief regarding the future return of Jesus Christ after his incarnation and ascension to heaven about two thousand years ago. The idea is based on messianic prophecies found in the canonical gospels and is part of most Christian
Christian
eschatologies. Views about the nature of Jesus' Second Coming
Second Coming
vary among Christian denominations and among individual Christians. Most English versions of the Nicene Creed include the following statements: "...he ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again in his glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end. ..
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Daniel 8
Additions to DanielSong of the Three Holy Children Susanna and the Elders Bel and the Dragonv t eDaniel 8 (the eighth chapter of the Book of Daniel) tells of Daniel's vision of a two-horned ram destroyed by a one-horned goat (an allegory for the transition from the Persian to the Greek eras in the Near East), followed by the history of the "little horn", which is Daniel's code-word for the Greek king Antiochus Epiphanes.[1] The subject of the vision is Antiochus' oppression of the Jews–he outlawed Jewish customs such as circumcision, dietary restrictions, and Sabbath observance, made ownership of the Torah scroll a capital offense, and built an altar to Zeus in the Temple (the "abomination of desolation").[2] His program sparked a popular uprising which led to the retaking of Jerusalem and the Temple by Judas Maccabeus (164 BCE).[3]Contents1 Summary 2 Composition and structure 3 Genre and themes 4 Interpretation4.1 Historical background 4.2 T
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Advent
Advent
Advent
is a season observed in many Christian
Christian
churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus
Jesus
at Christmas
Christmas
as well as the return of Jesus
Jesus
at the second coming. The term is a version of the Latin word meaning "coming". The term "Advent" is also used in Eastern Orthodoxy
Eastern Orthodoxy
for the 40-day Nativity Fast, which has practices different from those in the West.[3] Latin adventus is the translation of the Greek word parousia, commonly used to refer to the Second Coming
Second Coming
of Christ. For Christians, the season of Advent
Advent
anticipates the coming of Christ from three different perspectives
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Jesus
Jesus[e] (c. 4 BC – c. AD 30 / 33), also referred to as Jesus
Jesus
of Nazareth
Nazareth
and Jesus
Jesus
Christ,[f] was a first-century Jewish preacher and religious leader.[12] He is the central figure of Christianity
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Baptist
Baptists
Baptists
are Christians
Christians
distinguished by baptizing professing believers only (believer's baptism, as opposed to infant baptism), and doing so by complete immersion (as opposed to affusion or sprinkling). Baptist churches also generally subscribe to the tenets of soul competency/liberty, salvation through faith alone, scripture alone as the rule of faith and practice, and the autonomy of the local congregation
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Sabbath Rest Advent Church
The Sabbath Rest Advent Church is a Christian
Christian
church which has its spiritual roots in the Seventh-day Advent Church. It claims the inheritance of Seventh-day Adventist theologians Ellet J. Waggoner[1] and Alonzo T. Jones.[2] The church proper was founded by Australian preacher Frederic T
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Branch Davidians
The Branch Davidians
Branch Davidians
(also known as The Branch) are a religious group that originated in 1955 from a schism among the Shepherd's Rod/Davidians. The Branch group was initially led by Benjamin Roden. Branch Davidians
Branch Davidians
are most associated with the Waco siege
Waco siege
of 1993, which involved David Koresh. The doctrinal beliefs of the Branch Davidians
Branch Davidians
differ on teachings such as the Holy Spirit
Holy Spirit
and his nature, and the feast days and their requirements. Both groups have disputed the relevance of the other's spiritual authority based on the proceedings following Victor Houteff's death
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United Seventh-Day Brethren
Brethren or The Brethren may refer to:Contents1 Groups and organizations 2 In arts and entertainment 3 See alsoGroups and organizations[edit] Brethren (religious group), any of a number of religious groups Brethren (Australian group), an Australian hip hop group Brethren, an early name of Lindisfarne (band)
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Church Of God (Seventh-Day)
Church
Church
most commonly refers to:Christian Church, body of Christians, taken as a whole Church
Church
(congregation), a local congregation of a Christian denomination
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Christadelphians
The Christadelphians
Christadelphians
(/ˌkrɪstəˈdɛlfiənz/) are a millenarian Christian group who hold a view of Biblical Unitarianism. There are approximately 50,000 Christadelphians
Christadelphians
in around 120 countries.[1] The movement developed in the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
and North America
North America
in the 19th century around the teachings of John Thomas, who coined the name Christadelphian[2][3] from the Greek for "Brethren in Christ".[4][5][6] Claiming to base their beliefs solely on the Bible, Christadelphians differ from mainstream Christianity
Christianity
in a number of doctrinal areas. For example, they reject the Trinity
Trinity
and the immortality of the soul, believing these to be corruptions of original Christian teaching
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Premillennialism
Premillennialism, in Christian eschatology, is the belief that Jesus will physically return to the earth (the Second Coming) before the Millennium, a literal thousand-year golden age of peace. The doctrine is called "premillennialism" because it holds that Jesus' physical return to earth will occur prior to the inauguration of the Millennium. Premillennialism
Premillennialism
is based upon a literal interpretation of Revelation 20:1–6 in the New Testament, which describes Jesus' reign in a period of a thousand years. Others, such as many (but not all) in the Eastern Orthodox communion, claim that this passage of Revelation describes the present time, when Christ
Christ
reigns in Heaven with the departed saints; such an interpretation views the symbolism of Revelation as referring to a spiritual battle rather than a physical battle on earth
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Intermediate State
In some forms of Christian eschatology, the intermediate state or interim state refers to a person's "intermediate" existence between one's death and the universal resurrection. In addition, there are beliefs in a Particular judgment
Particular judgment
right after death and a General judgement or Last judgment
Last judgment
after the resurrection. Christians looked for an imminent end of the world and many of them had little interest in an interim state between death and resurrection. The Eastern Church admits of such an intermediate state, but refrained from defining it, so as not to blur the distinction between the alternative definitive fates of Heaven and Hell
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Christian Conditionalism
In Christian theology, conditionalism or conditional immortality is a concept of special salvation in which the gift of immortality is attached to (conditional upon) belief in Jesus Christ. This doctrine is based in part upon another theological argument, that if the human soul is naturally mortal, immortality ("eternal life") is therefore granted by God as a gift. This viewpoint stands in contrast to the more popular doctrine of the "natural immortality" of the soul. Conditionalism is usually paired with mortalism and annihilationism, the belief that the unsaved will be ultimately destroyed and cease to exist, rather than suffer unending torment in hell
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