Users' questions

Who owns Review and Herald Publishing?

Who owns Review and Herald Publishing?

James White
The Review and Herald Publishing Association is one of two major Seventh-day Adventist publishing houses in North America and was the oldest institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church….Review and Herald Publishing Association.

Type Private
Founder James White
Headquarters Hagerstown, Maryland , USA
Area served World
Key people Mark B. Thomas, President

Where is the Review and Herald?

Today the Review no longer runs the machinery of printing presses, but it continues on at the church’s headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Who is the editor of the Adventist Review?

The current editor of the Adventist Review is Bill Knott. The magazine currently has nearly 30,000 paying subscribers.

What is the difference between Seventh Day Baptist and Seventh Day Adventist?

Seventh Day Baptists believe that believers go to Christ after death and live in Heaven right away. Seventh Day Adventists believe that after death, one sleeps and is awakened to God only at the time of the Second Advent.

How is Seventh Day Adventist different from Christianity?

Seventh-day Adventists differ in only four areas of beliefs from the mainstream Trinitarian Christian denominations. These are the Sabbath day, the doctrine of the heavenly sanctuary, the status of the writings of Ellen White, and their doctrine of the second coming and millennium.

Do Seventh-day Adventists wear wedding rings?

While the SDA would advise against wedding rings as a costly, traditionally gold ornament, it does exercise common sense and understand that in some cultures, including in the US, the rings are functional rather than ornamental, and so does not prohibit them.