Sentinel of Christian Liberty

(1886–1904; 1886–1900 as American Sentinel; 1900–1901 as The Sentinel of Liberty; monthly, 1886–1889, 1901–1903, weekly at other times; PPPA , Oakland, California, 1868–1890, New York City, 1890–1900, 1901–1903; International Religious Liberty Association, Chicago, Illinois, 1900–1901; RH , Washington, D.C., 1903–1904; file at RH ). A magazine devoted to the defense of the principles of religious liberty in the United States. It was intended to educate the public in the principles and advantages of religious freedom for all citizens, to review the historical background of the American Constitution, which prohibited the establishment of any religion, and to disclose the discriminatory nature of religious ordinances whenever and wherever introduced and enforced. Beginning...

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

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