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By George R. Knight

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Theological heritage of the 7th day adventist church

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In short, he saw the shut door as the close of probation, an event that would take place shortly be­ fore the Second Advent marriage {ibid. 237). The “midnight cry” of Matthew 25:6 was also of special im­ portance to Miller. To him that cry was given by those faithful preachers who warned the world of its soon-coming Lord. Miller saw himself as one of those faithful “watchmen” (ibid. 238). In essence, the sounding o f the midnight cry regarding the coming of the bridegroom was the same message as the cleansing of the sanctuary.

In regard to principles of interpretation, they believed Miller’s “Rules of Interpretation” to be correct. Comparing j Scripture with Scripture, letting each word and sentence have its proper significance, and utilizing prophetic parallelism, ty­ pology, and the interpretation of symbolic figures as outlined -i by Miller in his quite conscious approach to Bible study, be­ came a foundational perspective on how the Sabbatarians looked at Scripture. Needless to say, the Sabbatarians contin­ ued to interpret prophecy from the historicist perspective (rather than the preterist, which views prophecy as being ful­ filled in the time of the prophet, or the futurist, which holds that a large portion of prophecy will have its fulfillment im­ mediately before the Second Advent).

MC, Nov. 17, 1842, 4). Miller not only pointed others to the Bible, but he practiced what he preached. It was his own extensive Bible study that brought him to his rather startling conclusions. His approach was thorough and methodical. ” “Whenever I found any thing obscure,” he explained, “my practice was to compare it with all collateral passages; and by the help of CRUDEN[’s concor­ dance], I examined all the texts of Scripture in which were found any of the prominent words contained in any obscure portion.

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