Insight (Adventist magazine)

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Editor Omar Miranda
Categories Christian - Seventh-day Adventist
Frequency Weekly
Publisher Review and Herald
First issue 1970 (1872 as The Youth's Instructor)
Country United States
Language English
ISSN 00201944

Insight is a weekly magazine aimed at Seventh-day Adventist young people, published by Review and Herald.[1] It has been described as one of the "most important" Adventist magazines.[2]


The predecessor magazine known as The Youth's Instructor was established in 1852 by James White, husband of Ellen G. White.[3] It was distributed primarily through Sabbath school.[4]

Under the editorship of Lora E. Clement in the early-mid 1900s, the circulation increased from about 25,000 to 50,000.[5]

The Youth's Instructor was replaced by Insight in 1970.[4]



  • 1923–1952: Lora E. Clement (who lived from 1890 to 1958)[5]


  • Mike Jones[7]


  • 2009 Dwain Esmond
  • 2014 Omar Miranda[1]

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See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b About Us. Accessed 2014-10-10. See also Circle entry
  2. ^ Seeking a Sanctuary by Malcolm Bull and Keith Lockhart, p113
  3. ^ Historical Dictionary of Seventh-day Adventists by Gary Land, p324
  4. ^ a b Dictionary, p241
  5. ^ a b Dictionary, p65
  6. ^ Dictionary, p40
  7. ^ Sometimes I Don't Feel Like Praying by Mike Jones. ISBN 0-8163-2229-5
  8. ^ Ryckman, Raymond E.; Zackrison, James L. (1998). Son of the Living Desert - Edmund C. Jaeger, 1887-1983: Ecologist, Educator, Environmentalist, Biologist, and Philanthropist. Loma Linda, California: R.E. Ryckman. pp. 451–454. ISBN 978-0-9663563-0-4. OCLC 39497413.  LCC QH31.J33 R97 1998 University of California, Riverside, Science Library

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