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  1. 601. Hell

    The place and state of punishment and destruction, by eternal fire in the second death, of those who reject God and the offer of salvation in Jesus Christ. The Heb. she’oÆl and the Gr. ...
  2. 602. Heraldo Puertorriqueno

    (1932–1940, 1942–1972; before 1945 as El Heraldo Antillano; 1945–1950 as Heraldo Adventista , monthly, in Spanish; 1972–1994 as El Heraldo de las Antillas ; since 1994 as Heraldo Puertorriqueno ; inco ...
  3. 603. Historicism

    This term is used to describe a school of prophetic interpretation that conceives the fulfillment of the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation as covering the historical period from the time of the prop ...
  4. 604. Holy Flesh Heresy

    A teaching that arose in Indiana in 1900 involving the conference president and certain other workers, according to which Christ attained “holy flesh” in Gethsemane like that of Adam before the Fall; ...
  5. 605. Home and Family Service

    A family service organized in 1975 and functioning as a service organization of the world church, with headquarters in the General Conference. ...
  6. 606. Home and School

    (1909–1938; 1909–1915 as Christian Education, 1915–1922 as Christian Educator ; earlier bimonthly, later monthly, during the school year; RH , for Department of Education complete files: AU , UC ). ...
  7. 607. Home and School Fellowship

    (formerly Home and School Association). A society formed in the local church and coordinated through the North American Division Department of Education, with the purpose of fostering good home and sc ...
  8. 608. Home Education

    The need for sound Christian instruction for children and parents has been recognized by this movement since the early days of its history. ...
  9. 609. Home Help

    A former church member temperance activity for the meeting of alcohol, tobacco, drug, and weight-control problems. Initiated and designed in 1971 by Ernest H. J. ...
  10. 610. Home of the Redeemed

    Seventh-day Adventists believe that the redeemed will be transported to heaven—the “Father’s house”—at the Second Advent ( John 14:1–3 ; 1 Thess. 4:13–18 ; cf . Heb. ...
  11. 611. Hope of Israel [1]

    (1844–1845[?]; weekly; Portland, Maine). An Adventist paper published by John Pearson, Jr., at first with Joseph Turner, later alone. It was not a Sabbatarian journal, but in it was published T. M. ...
  12. 612. Hope of Israel [2]

    (1863–1865, 1866–19?). A paper first published in Michigan by a disaffected group of Seventh-day Adventists led by Samuel Davidson and Gilbert Cranmer (Enos Easton, editor). ...
  13. 613. Hope Within the Veil

    (1845; weekly; Portland, Maine). An Adventist (not Sabbatarian) journal begun about June 1, 1845 (the second number was issued June 23), by C. H. ...
  14. 614. Hour of Prophecy

    An evangelistic agency affiliated with and owned by the Texas Conference Association of Seventh-day Adventists, with offices located on Highway 67, Keene, Texas. ...
  15. 615. Office of Human Relations

    The North American Office of Human Relations, with its director and its advisory committee, is concerned chiefly with the strengthening of the bonds of unity among the diverse people groups within the ...
  16. 616. Doctrine of Humanity

    Humanity is the crowning work of Creation, made in God’s image “both in outward resemblance and in character” ( Gen. 1:26 , 27 ; PP 45; GC 645). ...
  17. 617. Hymnody

    The early hymnody of Sabbathkeeping Adventists laid heavy stress on the distinctive doctrines of the church—the Sabbath and the Second Advent. ...
  18. 618. Hypnotism

    The practice of inducing a state of hypersuggestibility in which susceptible persons may be led to accept and act uncritically upon suggestions given by others who thus in a measure control them. ...
  19. 619. Immortality

    The state or quality of not being subject to death; from the Gr . athanasia , “deathlessness,” and aphtharsia , “incorruptibility.” Seventh-day Adventists believe that human beings are mortal, ...
  20. 620. Ingathering

    (known formerly as Harvest Ingathering; also called in various parts of the world by other names). An annual worldwide denominational appeal to, and gathering in of funds from, the general public. ...
  21. 621. The Insight Report

    (1983– ). An illustrated two-color monthly magazine. Its circulation is 35,000, and it is free upon request. The Inside Report is sent automatically to anyone who donates $5 or more to Amazing Facts. ...
  22. 622. Insight

    (1970– ; weekly [except June-August 1974, 1975]; RH , 1994 circulation, 20,000; file in RH ). A 16-page paper for readers ages 14 through 19. Publication of The Youth’s Instructor ceased in April ...
  23. 623. Insight/Out

    (1988– ; monthly; RH ; file in RH ). A 16-page outreach paper for readers ages 14 through 19. Insight/Out is a monthly edition of the weekly Insight subscription. ...
  24. 624. Institute of Church Ministry

    An official department of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, founded in 1979 as the Institute of Church Ministry by Desmond Cummings, Jr. ...
  25. 625. Institute of World Mission

    An entity of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that came into existence by Annual Council action in 1956. ...

Topics

Hell

Heraldo Puertorriqueno

Historicism

Holy Flesh Heresy

Home and Family Service

Home and School

Home and School Fellowship

Home Education

Home Help

Home of the Redeemed

Hope of Israel [1]

Hope of Israel [2]

Hope Within the Veil

Hour of Prophecy

Office of Human Relations

Doctrine of Humanity

Hymnody

Hypnotism

Immortality

Ingathering

The Insight Report

Insight

Insight/Out

Institute of Church Ministry

Institute of World Mission

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