The Judgment. Its Events and Their Order



John Nevins Andrews (1829-1883) became a minister at the age of 21. He claimed the ability to reproduce the entire New Testament from memory. He could read the Bible in seven different languages. He was the third president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, taking office in 1867. He was editor of the Review & Herald for a year. In 1874 he took his family to Switzerland as the first SDA overseas missionary. After consolidating the believers there, he started Les Signes des Temps. He died in Europe nine years after his arrival there. JEO 4.1

He was an excellent theologian and wrote an article proving that Sabbath was from sunset to sunset, which became the doctrine of SDA’s. He was first to write that the U.S. was the two-horned beast of Revelation 13. He was instrumental in establishing “systematic benevolence.” JEO 4.2

Elder Andrews wrote many articles and books during his career. JEO 4.3