Race and salvation : an application of the writings of Ellen G. White pertaining to the formation of regional (black) conferences in North America

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2000 
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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America during the early years was mainly composed of Caucasian members. African-Americans later joined the church and specific ethnic-based ministries were set up to accommodate them. Efforts were first begun for the organization of Regional Conferences in October 2, 1889 with Charles McKinney but were ·never realized until 1945. Ellen G. White has guided the denomination's operation through the years by means of her writings. The formation of Regional Conferences was met with great opposition but because of the strong writings of Ellen G. White, the proposal prevailed. She supported this effort, yet within the denominational circles, the legitimacy of Regional Conferences is under great scrutiny.  
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