John Isaac

(1873-1956). Minister, administrator, teacher. He attended Union College in Nebraska, where he was converted to the Seventh-day Adventist faith. He immediately prepared for the ministry and began preaching in South Dakota in June 1897, and remained there until 1901 when he was called to Wisconsin. From May 1902 to August 1905 he worked in the Ontario Conference in Canada. From August 1905 to April 1906 he worked in Germany. The next seven years he taught German at Walla Walla College. From July 1913 to September 1918 he served as president of the Oklahoma Conference, after which he spent two years teaching in the Clinton Theological Seminary in Missouri. From June 1920 to August 1922 he worked in the West Oregon Conference. In 1922 he was called to Europe, where he served as president of t...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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