Quarterly Review

(1929–1942, 1948–1976); quarterly; Euro-Africa Division. The South European Quarterly Review first appeared in April 1929, following the fourth quarter 1928 issue of the Quarterly Review of the European Division, after the reorganization of the European Field. It was published as the South European Quarterly Review until March 1935, when the name was shortened to Quarterly Review. Because of the many languages spoken throughout the Euro-Africa Division the Quarterly Review did not serve as a church paper. It was sent out as a medium of communication to all English-reading workers in the division, especially to missionaries serving overseas, to denominational leaders, institutions, former Euro-Africa Division constituents living in English-speaking lands, and to families, friends, and f...

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

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