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  1. 99351. James Robinson

    (1888-1961). Missionary, educator. In 1910 he married Ina Mae Marcus. After several years of teaching church schools in the United States, he taught at Claremont Union College near Cape Town, South Af ...
  2. 99352. Marius Raspal

    (1879-1945). French missionary and administrator. In 1903, while serving in the French Army, he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith and was baptized. ...
  3. 99354. Forecast of the World's Destiny

    This is the first chapter of Love under Fire.
    22:29
  4. 99355. Alfred Semmens

    (1867-1940). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist medical worker in Australia. Born in Australia, he became a Seventh-day Adventist in 1888 as the result of reading Ellen White’s Great Controversy. ...
  5. 99356. Athens International Academy

    An English language secondary school that operated from 1972 to 1982 under the direction of Home Study Institute. From an enrollment of 12 in 1972 the number of students rose to a peak of 35. ...
    Athens International Academy
  6. 99359. Tha Myaing

    (1874-1954). Minister. A Karen, born of Christian parents in the village of Ah Seh in the delta country of Burma (now Myanmar), he was educated in a Christian village school, and in young manhood beca ...

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James Robinson

Marius Raspal

Slavery Still Existent (31-D-4)

Forecast of the World's Destiny

Alfred Semmens

Athens International Academy

The Last Medical Work (25-B-5)

Milk a Human Poison (22-C-5)

Tha Myaing

'Love Under Fire' released online

Is the inspiration of Ellen White a test of fellowship?

Are ball games out of bounds?

Ellen G. White and James White with son, W. C. ("Willie") White, circa 1857

Ellen G. White, circa 1859

Ellen G. White, circa 1859

Ellen G. White and James White, circa 1857

Ellen G. White, circa 1864

Ellen G. White, circa 1864

Ellen G. White, circa 1864

Ellen G. White, circa 1864

White family, circa 1864

Ellen G. White, circa 1864

White family, circa 1864

White family with Adelia P. Patten, circa 1864

James White and Ellen G. White, circa 1864

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