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  1. 326. Sabbath School Publications

    Lessons, teaching aids and program helps, and general promotional material relating to Sabbath schools, either planned, published, or sponsored by the General Conference Sabbath School Department. ...
  2. 327. Sabbath Sentinel

    (1884; monthly; SDA Publishing Association). The earliest Seventh-day Adventist periodical devoted to religious liberty. ...
  3. 328. Annual Sabbaths (ceremonial)

    Special rest days in connection with the yearly festival cycle, not related to the seventh-day Sabbath or to the weekly cycle. ...
  4. 329. Sacraments

    Religious rites signifying the special bestowal of divine grace upon those who participate in them. In common with most Protestants, Seventh-day Adventists recognize baptism and the Lord’s Supper as ...
  5. 330. Salvation

    God’s gracious provision for delivering sinners from the penalty and the power of sin, and for restoring them to their original state of perfection. ...
  6. 331. Sanitarium Health Food Company

    A chain of health food factories, wholesale branches, and retail shops in Australia and New Zealand, operated by the Health Food Department of the South Pacific Division, under a board of directors. ...
  7. 332. Scapegoat

    (“escape goat”). The KJV term for the goat sent away into the wilderness on the Day of Atonement. The term was derived from the Vulgate caper emissarius, “goat sent away.” In Lev. ...
  8. 333. Science and Religion

    Science has been defined as systematized knowledge, as any branch of inquiry concerned with the observation and classification of facts and the establishment of verifiable general laws. ...
  9. 334. Seal of God

    A brief form for “seal of the living God” in Rev. 7:2 . In vision John saw this seal affixed to the foreheads of 144,000 of “the servants of our God,” 12,000 from each of “the tribes of the ...
  10. 335. Second Sabbath

    Formerly, the Sabbath in each month on which the church service was devoted to promoting offerings for foreign mission work. ...
  11. 336. Section

    A unit of church organization constituting a part of a larger unit and subordinate to it. In the General Conference Constitution the continental units of organization are defined as “division sectio ...
  12. 337. Senior Citizens´ Association

    An organizational concept formed in the spring of 1981 when the General Conference recognized the need for a new area of service. ...
  13. 338. Sentinel Library

    (1889–1894; semimonthly 1889, monthly 1890–1891, quarterly 1892–1894, with occasional extras; absorbed by the Religious Liberty Library, 1894). ...
  14. 339. 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, ...
  15. 340. Seventh-Day Adventist Dietetic Association

    A nonprofit church-related professional organization organized in 1954 whose active membership is composed largely of registered dietitians and nutritionists. ...
  16. 341. Seventh-Day Adventist Global Centre for Islamic Studies

    A nonprofit church-related professional organization organized in 1954 whose active membership is composed largely of registered dietitians and nutritionists. ...
  17. 342. Seventh-Day Adventist Languate Institutes, Korea

    A network of 15 language institutes throughout South Korea, offering conversational English, Japanese, Russian, and Bible, operated by the Korean Union Conference. Dean Hubbard established the first i ...
  18. 343. Seventh-Day Adventist Reform Movement (Germany, 1915)

    An offshoot movement beginning in Germany in 1915, which has had a following also in the Baltic states, Russia, Australia, and in the United States, mostly among persons of German stock. ...
  19. 344. Seventh-Day Adventist Yearbook

    (1883–1894, 1904– ; printed annually by RH for the General Conference; file in Seventh-day Adventist libraries and archives). ...
  20. 345. Shabbat Shalom

    (formerly Israelite; New Israelite ) (1954– ; vols. 1, 2, 1954–1955, as The Sabbath Exponent ; quarterly; PPPA for Israelite Heritage Institute). ...
  21. 346. Shaking Time

    In Seventh-day Adventist parlance, a period preceding the second coming of Christ when many members leave the church because of indifference, satanic deceptions, and the pressure of circumstances. ...
  22. 347. Shepherdness International

    A church-sponsored organization to assist the minister’s spouse in personal and spiritual growth; clarification of her role as a minister’s spouse; development of a team ministry with her husband, uni ...
  23. 348. Si Jo

    (Korean Signs of the Times, 1908– , published monthly by Korean Publishing House in Seoul, Korea). A periodical begun in 1908. At that time it was called Three Angels’ Messages. ...
  24. 349. Signes des Temps

    (“Signs of the Times”). The French 24-page monthly missionary journal, first published in July 1876 at Basel, Switzerland, edited by J. N. Andrews and D. T. Bourdeau. ...
  25. 350. Signs of the Times (Oshawa, Ontario)

    (1921–1954; monthly; 1921–1942 as Canadian Watchman; 1942–1950 as Canadian Signs of the Times; 1950–1954 as Signs of the Times, Canada’s Journal of Hope and Health; Canadian Watchman Press/Kingsway Pu ...

Topics

Sabbath School Publications

Sabbath Sentinel

Annual Sabbaths (ceremonial)

Sacraments

Salvation

Sanitarium Health Food Company

Scapegoat

Science and Religion

Seal of God

Second Sabbath

Section

Senior Citizens´ Association

Sentinel Library

Sentinel of Christian Liberty

Seventh-Day Adventist Dietetic Association

Seventh-Day Adventist Global Centre for Islamic Studies

Seventh-Day Adventist Languate Institutes, Korea

Seventh-Day Adventist Reform Movement (Germany, 1915)

Seventh-Day Adventist Yearbook

Shabbat Shalom

Shaking Time

Shepherdness International

Si Jo

Signes des Temps

Signs of the Times (Oshawa, Ontario)

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