Miles Grant

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Rev. Miles Grant (Torrington, Connecticut December 13, 1819 - March 24, 1911), Adventist preacher and teacher at Armenia Seminary.[1] Advocate of conditional immortality during from 1860-1890s and author of Positive theology (1895)

Until twenty-one years of age he spent most of his time in hard farm labor, excepting winters, when at school.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ F. L. Piper Life and Labors Miles Grant
  2. ^ Samuel Orcutt History of Torrington, Connecticut: from its first settlement 1878