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Scope and Content Grace Edith Amadon (1872-1945) received her education at Battle Creek College where she learned Greek and Latin. In 1893 Miss Amadon was invited by the Mission Board to go to Cape Town, South Africa, to teach Greek, Latin, mathematics, and music at the Claremont Union College.
After returning from the mission field in about 1899, Amadon was in charge of the Battle Creek church school for two or three years.
Between 19 she lived in Chicago where she served as a bacteriologist and taught pathology and other science subjects in a Chicago college.
The following observations can help begin the learning process.
Neither Judaism nor Christianity is a monolithic religion.
Boy, that's down the middle of the road, folks, in all fairness.
I mean, Seventh-day Adventist I don't know about." (Reuters)UPDATE: Donald Trump, during a campaign appearance Saturday in Florida, sought to make an issue of Ben Carson's Seventh-day Adventist faith. "Boy, that's down the middle of the road folks, in all fairness. I just don't know about." In light of these comments, we are re-posting the below, which we first posted last month in light of Carson's comments opposing a Muslim president.
When this didn’t happen either, Miller forswore predicting the date of the Second Coming, and his followers broke up into a number of competing factions.
We have also tried to match as much as possible the subject headings in part II (Amadon’s Writings), part III (Subject File and Source Documents), and part IV (Photostats). The number of documents under each subject heading, however, is given.
There is also a list of photostats supplied by Amadon (Box8 Fld17).
"The church has worked diligently to protect the religious rights of all people of faith, no matter what their denominational affiliation. We should therefore work to establish robust religious liberty for all and should not use our influence with political and civil leaders to either advance our faith or inhibit the faith of others."  Carson, it seems, decided to go a different direction.
First, he said that he would not vote for or support the idea of a Muslim becoming president.
Carson's church, as you'll see, has faced many questions in the past and has only pretty recently gained widespread acceptance.