These Times

(1891–1984). A former evangelistic journal circulated chiefly in the eastern half of North America. It contained 36 pages each issue and was printed at the Southern Publishing Association in Nashville, Tennessee, but originated as the Southern Agent 10 years before the publishing house itself was founded. The first number, a four-page mimeographed colporteur newsletter, was issued on Dec. 1, 1891, at the Atlanta, Georgia, branch of the Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association (the Review and Herald) of Battle Creek, Michigan. Publication was continuous, under several titles, except for two temporary gaps in the 1890s (caused by the burning of the Atlanta branch in 1895 and by lack of money in 1897–1898). While the paper was being published as the Southern Review in Atlanta, two oth...

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