Originally produced by the Ministerial Association of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Questions on Doctrine received wide distribution in the late 1950s and early 1960s as a forthright answer to questions from Evangelicals about key elements of Adventist doctrine. Then controversy stopped its circulation. George R. Knight presents a new edition of this classic volume, with an extensive historical and theological introduction, as well as detailed in-text notations. Knight’s essays provide background on the book’s creation, and they explain the context of the crisis that shelved this classic work for more than a generation.
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Looking for more Seventh-day Adventist materials? Take a look at The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, lauded by George R. Knight as “the most important reference work produced by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a half century.”
George R. Knight taught at Andrews University as professor of educational foundations and church history. Previously, he served as a pastor, an elementary and secondary teacher, and a school principal. He holds two master’s degrees in theology and Christian philosophy, as well as a doctorate in the philosophy of education.