List of Seventh-day Adventists
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This is a list of people who have been associated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. They are listed here, at least in part, for their faith or for their role in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It also includes members who left the church.
- 1 Academia
- 2 Writers, literature, linguists and authors
- 3 Movies, actors, television, and radio
- 4 Poets
- 5 Art and music
- 6 Business
- 7 Law
- 8 Pioneers
- 9 Politics and government
- 10 Science, health and engineering
- 11 Sports
- 12 Theologians, ministers and personalities
- 13 War and peace
- 14 Other
- 15 Former members
- 16 See also
- 17 References
- 18 External links
- Niels-Erik Andreasen - President of Andrews University
- Delbert Baker - President of Adventist University of Africa
- Gordon Bietz - President of Southern Adventist University, former pastor and president of the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
- Bruce N. Cameron, J.D. - Reed Larson Professor of Labor Law at Regent University School of Law
- Gary Chartier - legal philosopher and anarchist theorist
- Larry Geraty - academic and former president of La Sierra University
- Fritz Guy - theologian and former president of La Sierra University
- Heather Knight - President of Pacific Union College
- Ray Garton - horror novelist raised Adventist; credits his interest in horror to a reaction to the beasts in Bible prophecy (see: Seventh-day Adventist eschatology)
- Arthur S. Maxwell - known as Uncle Arthur, author of the Bedtime Stories series, and The Bible Story set of books, among 112 books
- Roger Morneau - author on faith and prayer
- Christopher Mwashinga - author; has published ten books in the area of theology, Adventist history, and practical Christianity
- Andrew Nelson - missionary and linguist
- Cherie Priest - former Seventh-day Adventist, American novelist and blogger living in Seattle, Washington
- Steven Spruill - novelist
- Ellen G. White, one of the founders of the Adventist church, prolific author, considered a prophet by the church
- Bill Diehl Jr. editor of evangelical Adventist magazine Present Truth
Movies, actors, television, and radio
- Fretzie Bercede - Filipino actress, television personality, and former reality show contestant; 3rd placer of Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010
- Clifton Davis - former actor of That's My Mama and Amen
- DeVon Franklin - Vice President for production at Columbia Pictures
- Angus T. Jones - former child actor; played Jake Harper in Two and a Half Men (2003-2013)
- Cesar Montano - a multi-awarded Filipino actor, film producer and film director.
- Darwood "Waldo" Kaye - former Our Gang actor who spent his adult life as a pastor
- Heather Kuzmich - fashion model and reality show contestant on America's Next Top Model (2007 series)
- Kenneth "Chi" McBride - actor and singer-songwriter; known for roles in Boston Public, Pushing Daisies, Hawaii Five-0
- Phil McDonald, M.D. - medical analyst for National Basketball Association Television (NBA TV); physician, specializing in sports medicine radiology (2010-)
- Nǃxau - starred as a Kalahari Bushman in The Gods Must Be Crazy; converted in later life
- André Ramiro - Brazilian actor; played Mathias in the films Elite Squad and Elite Squad: The Enemy Within
- Christopher Mwashinga - published two books of poetry in English and one in Kiswahili
- Rob Ridder
- Annie R. Smith
Art and music
- Harry Anderson - prolific American illustrator whose early works were popular paintings illustrating short stories in magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post and Redbook; later became known for his religious paintings commissioned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Mormons; member of the Illustrators Hall of Fame
- Herbert Blomstedt - conductor who does not rehearse on Saturdays due to his Adventist faith
- Joyce Bryant - actress and singer
- Busta Rhymes (former) - American rapper, producer and actor, raised in Brooklyn by Seventh-day Adventist Jamaican-immigrant parents; later converted to Islam
- Kasey Chambers (former) - Australian country singer; left the church in the 1980s because her family did not support the Investigative Judgment doctrine
- Fred Cline - film and television animation artist
- Committed - winner of the second season of NBC's The Sing-Off, with members Dennis "DJ" Baptiste, Jr., Alain "Tommy" Gervais, Geston Pierre, Robert "Robbie" Pressley Jr., Maurice Staple and Theron "Therry" Thomas
- Jerome Fontamillas - Filipino American musician
- Muma Gee - Nigerian pop singer-songwriter and actress residing in Port Harcourt
- Nathan Greene - artist; his painting "Family of God" hangs prominently at the Loma Linda University Medical Center; "Chief of the Medical Staff" hangs in Florida Hospital Orlando
- Wayne Hooper - Musical Director for "Voice of Prophecy" radio program; composer; baritone
- The Isley Brothers - Grammy Award-winning American musical group consisting of brothers Ron and Ernie Isley
- IYAZ - R&B singer, rapper and songwriter; born Keidran Jones of the Virgin Islands; grew up in the church and still attends from time to time
- Little Richard (former) - raised in the church; later became a preacher; attends the Ephesus Adventist church in Los Angeles and others; still considers himself an active Adventist still; has been reported as an ordained Adventist minister, although the denomination has denied this, suggesting he may be ordained in another denomination, hence ordained and Adventist; rather than ordained as an Adventist minister
- Hugh Martin - American theater and film composer
- Brian McKnight - Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, radio host and 2009 Celebrity Apprentice contestant
- NOTA - winner of the first season of NBC's The Sing-Off
- Vernon Nye (b. 1915) - artist, art professor
- Brandon October - South African pop singer-songwriter; rose to fame after being runner-up in the first season of the reality television show Idols; grew up in the Adventist church and regularly sang in church services in Johannesburg and Cape Town; member of a number of Christian music groups within the South African Adventist community, including No Compromise; he featured on their 2001 album Strange
- Kevin Olusola - cellist and beatboxer, member of Grammy Award-winning a cappella group Pentatonix
- Wintley Phipps - singer, songwriter, ordained pastor
- Prince (former) - raised in the church, later converted to the Jehovah's Witnesses
- Robert Edwin Seamount - member of The King's Heralds quartet, Second Tenor 1941-1947, 1949-1961; pastor 1961-1964 for churches in the San Juan Islands; public relations for Texas Conference 1969-1974
- Virtue - Dove Award-winning gospel recording artists; consists of sisters Ebony Holland, Karima Kibble, and Heather Martin
- Will Keith Kellogg - promoted breakfast cereals (particularly corn flakes), and started the Kellogg Company
- Dale Twomley - former president of Worthington Foods, Inc.
- Mary Ang'awa - High Court of Kenya judge
- Justice Samuel Bosire - Appeal Judge of the High Court of Kenya appointed the chairman of the Goldenberg Commission of Inquiry by President Mwai Kibaki
- James E. Graves, Jr. - Federal Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit since February 2011
- David Maraga - Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Kenya since Oct 19, 2016
- Daniel David Ntanda Nsereko - International Criminal Court judge
- The Honourable Sir Gibuna Gibbs Salika KBE - Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea
- Mathew Staver - former Seventh-day Adventist pastor, American lawyer, academic professor, founding member and Chairman of Liberty Counsel since 1989, and dean of Liberty University School of Law since 2006
This section includes Millerites (followers of William Miller) who did not necessarily become Seventh-day Adventist:
- J. N. Andrews - early missionary for the church and former President of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists; often considered first Adventist scholar
- Nelson H. Barbour - Millerite pastor
- Joseph Bates - a founder of the church; wrote a tract on the seventh-day Sabbath which convinced James and Ellen White to start observing it
- Sylvester Bliss - Millerite pastor, editor of The Signs of the Times
- Charles Fitch - Millerite evangelist
- Joshua (Josiah) Himes - Millerite evangelist and promoter
- William Miller - founder of the Millerite movement from which Seventh-day Adventism and other groups emerged
- T. M. Preble - Millerite pastor, early Sabbath supporter
- Uriah Smith - editor and author of Daniel and the Revelation and other works
- Jonas Wendell - Millerite evangelist
- Ellen G. White - a founder of the church who is considered by the denomination to have had the biblical gift of prophecy
- James White - a founder of the church and former President of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists; husband of Ellen White
See also Category: Adventism
Politics and government
- Sir Patrick Allen - Governor-General of Jamaica (2009–present)
- Sir Silas Atopare - seventh Governor-General of Papua New Guinea, 1997-2003
- Roscoe Bartlett - 6th district representative from Maryland
- Simeon Bouro - Solomon Islands Ambassador to Cuba since March 2013; member of Solomon Islands National Parliament, 2001-2006
- Percival Austin Bramble - former Chief Minister of Montserrat British West Indies (1970-1978)
- William Henry Bramble - first Chief Minister of Montserrat British West Indies
- Sir James Carlisle - second Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda (1993-2007)
- Ben Carson - political commentator, 2016 Republican candidate for president, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2017–present) (See also: Science, health and engineering)
- Nelson Castro - New York State Assemblyman, 86th District, 2008–present
- Phetsile Kholekile Dlamini - Swaziland Minister for Health and Social Welfare, 1996-
- Andrew Holness - Prime Minister of Jamaica, 2011-2012, 2016–present; Leader of the Opposition (Jamaica), 2012-2016
- Samson Kisekka - Prime Minister of Uganda, 1986-1991; Vice President of Uganda, 1991-1994
- Jioji Konousi Konrote - President of Fiji, 2015- ; Fiji High Commissioner to Australia, 2001-2006; former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations; retired Major-General in Fiji armed forces
- Sheila Jackson Lee - U.S. Representative, 18th congressional district of Texas (Houston)
- Sherman McNichols - Chief Magistrate, Trinidad and Tobago
- Floyd Morris - Jamaican senator and minister of state; president of senate
- Dr. George Nga Ntafu - Malawian statesman, former Cabinet Minister, and Malawi Parliament Chief Whip
- Sam Ongeri - Kenyan Minister for Education and a Committee member of the Power Sharing between ODM and PNU after post election violence; professor
- John Pundari CMG - Papua New Guinean Member of the National Parliament, former Speaker and Deputy Prime Minister, currently Environment Minister
- Raul Ruiz - U.S. Congressman from California
- Desley Scott - Australian politician; member for Electoral district of Woodridge in the Parliament of Queensland, 2001–present
- Manasseh Sogavare - Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands, 2000-2001, 2006-2007, and 2014-present; Leader of the Opposition in Solomon Islands, 2007-2010
- John F. Street - Mayor of the City of Philadelphia (2000-2008)
- Bienvenido V. Tejano - Philippines Ambassador to New Zealand since August 2005; Philippines Ambassador to Papua New Guinea, 1998-2005
- Marianne Thieme - founder and parliamentary leader of the Dutch animal rights party Animal Party
- Ronald Sapa Tlau - member for Mizoram in the Rajya Sabha (the upper house of the parliament of India) since June 2014
- Sojourner Truth - African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist of the 19th century
- James Ronald Webster - led Anguilla Revolution of 1967; later twice Chief Minister of Anguilla
- Jorge Talbot Zavala - Ecuadorian Representative and Secretary of the Camara de Diputados, Quito, Ecuador; Nomina de Legisladores Nacionales 1950-1955, Archivo Nacional del Ecuador, 1950-1955
- Tony Zirkle - attorney and repeated candidate for Congress in Indiana, United States
For former United States Adventist politicians see "The Political Graveyard" website.
Science, health and engineering
- Leonard L. Bailey - world-renowned heart surgeon who transplanted a baboon's heart into a premature-born baby with underdeveloped heart
- Leonard R. Brand - Loma Linda University paleobiologist
- Ben Carson - former director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, author, 2016 Republican candidate for president, and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2017–present)
- Robert Gentry - nuclear physicist and young Earth creationist, known for his claims that radiohalos provide evidence for a young age of the Earth
- Frank Jobe - orthopedist and sports medicine pioneer
- John Harvey Kellogg - prominent medical doctor; later left the church
- Will Keith Kellogg - inventor of cornflakes and founder of Kelloggs
- Frank Lewis Marsh - creationist and the first Adventist to earn a doctoral degree in biology
- George McCready Price - missionary and leading early creationist
- Walter Veith - South African zoologist, creationist and end times lecturer
- David Alaba - Austrian football (soccer) player
- Luis Aponte - (former) Venezuelan baseball player
- Vinicius Chuim - Brazilian soccer player (Esporte Clube Vitória)
- Edwin Correa - former Major League Baseball pitcher
- Carlos Vítor da Costa - Brazilian soccer player (Londrina Esporte Clube)
- Grace Daley - former WNBA basketball player
- Carlos Edwards - Trinidadian football player
- Priscah Jeptoo - Kenyan marathon runner, won silver medals in the 2011 World Championships and 2012 Olympics
- Magic Johnson (former) - NBA player
- Abel Kirui - Kenyan marathon runner, twice winner of the World Championships, won silver in the 2012 Olympics
- Archie Moore - professional boxer (Light Heavyweight World Champion December 1952 - May 1962)
- Carlos Roa - Argentine football goalkeeper who does not play on Friday nights or Saturdays due to his religion
- Darren Sammy - St Lucian, West Indies Cricketer
- Andrea Silenzi - Italian soccer player
Theologians, ministers and personalities
- M. L. Andreasen - theologian, protested against the book Questions on Doctrine, and was influential in "historic Adventism"
- Samuele Bacchiocchi - wrote From Sabbath to Sunday, based on his study at the Pontifical Gregorian University, at which he is the only non-Catholic to have enrolled
- Admiral Barry Black, Phd, DMin, DD - first African American and current chaplain to the United States Senate
- Richard M. Davidson - Old Testament scholar, and author of Flame of Yahweh
- Herbert E. Douglass - American theologian
- Jon Dybdahl - theologian and college administrator
- Mark Finley - evangelist
- Le Roy Edwin Froom - scholar and historian, one of the leading Adventist apologists [defenders] of his time
- Gerhard Hasel - Old Testament theologian whose theology textbooks have been widely used at Christian seminaries
- Siegfried Horn - prominent archaeologist
- George R. Knight - historian, author, educator, theologian
- Väinö Kohtanen - pioneer, evangelist, college president and conference president in Finland in the first half of the 20th century
- "Uncle Arthur" Maxwell - children's author and Adventist spokesman for church-state affairs in Britain
- F. D. Nichol - Adventist apologist, authored a classic defense of Ellen White
- Jon Paulien - leading expert on Revelation
- Richard Rice - developed the "open theism" understanding of God, and wrote the theology textbook Reign of God
- H. M. S. Richards - founded the Voice of Prophecy radio ministry
- Randy Roberts - senior pastor of the Loma Linda University Church
- Ángel Manuel Rodríguez - director of the Biblical Research Institute (now retired)
- Samir Selmanovic - author of It's All About God
- George Vandeman - popular evangelist who founded the It Is Written television ministry
- Alfred Vaucher - French theologian
- Morris Venden - proponent of salvation and sanctification by faith alone. He also was a strong supporter of the Pillars of Seventh-day Adventism including the investigative judgment. He is famous for his parables and dry humor.
- Ellen G. White (1827-1915) - wrote more than 5,000 periodical articles and 40 books; the most translated woman writer in the history of literature, and the most translated American author of either gender; wrote on religion, education, social relationships, evangelism, prophecy, publishing, nutrition, and management
- Benjamin G. Wilkinson - theologian whose writings influenced the American fundamentalist King-James-Only Movement
- Norman Young - New Testament scholar
War and peace
- Harlon Block - one of the six U.S. Marines captured in the famous photograph Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima; appears on the right of the photo, holding the base of the flagpole; won a Purple Heart and other military awards
- Desmond Doss - first conscientious objector to receive the U.S. Medal of Honor
- Biuku Gasa and Eroni Kumana - Solomon Islanders who rescued the surviving crew of the sunken United States boat PT-109, including its commander, future U.S. president John F. Kennedy, during the Pacific Ocean theatre of World War II; were educated at Adventist missionary schools
- Laurent Nkunda - Congo warlord who claims to be an Adventist pastor, but the church denies this, saying he is not even an active member
- Johan Hendrik Weidner - organized the Dutch-Paris underground network to coordinate the escapes of more than 1,000 people from Nazi-occupied France; later emigrated to the United States and operated a chain of health-food stores
- Lindy Chamberlain - Australian Adventist famous for being wrongfully convicted of the murder of her daughter Azaria at Uluru; it was later shown that a dingo took Lindy's baby.
- Irene Morgan - African-American who refused to surrender her bus seat and was taken to court, preceding the famous Rosa Parks case
- Cameron Slater - controversial New Zealand blogger
- Jack Staddon and David Biehl - winners of the U.S. National Geographic Bee, winning in 1989 and 1999, respectively
- Many Pitcairn Islands residents became Seventh-day Adventists (they were apparently already keeping the seventh-day Sabbath)
Individuals should be listed in this section only if they are prominent as ex-Adventists.
- Wayne Bent - former pastor who founded Lord Our Righteousness Church
- Robert Brinsmead - edited Present Truth Magazine
- D. M. Canright - pastor who left over difficulties concerning Ellen White
- Daniel Cooper (1881-1923) - child murderer and illegal abortionist; expelled from the church in January 1918, although previously a member for over a decade
- Steve Durkac - former pastor in Southern Union; now pastor of CrossHope Chapel in Mobile, Alabama
- Desmond Ford - Australian preacher dismissed for criticizing the investigative judgment teaching, resulting in the most controversial dismissal ever in the church
- Victor Houteff - founder of the Shepherd's Rod offshoot
- Moses Hull - former pastor who converted to spiritualism
- David Koresh - American leader of the Branch Davidians religious sect, believing himself to be its final prophet
- Jesse Martin - boy sailor; his parents were Adventists
- Shirley Ardell Mason, known as "Sybil" - famous dissociative identity disorder patient; her parents were apparently Adventists
- Judge Greg Mathis - born and raised Seventh-day Adventist; membership lapsed
- Elizaphan Ntakirutimana - ex-pastor and Rwandan genocide participant
- Ronald Numbers - science historian and author of The Creationists, and former Adventist lecturer
- David Pendleton - former member of the Hawaii House of Representatives and 2002 candidate for lieutenant governor, now a Catholic
- Mark "Chopper" Read - notorious Australian ex-criminal and author of real and fictional crime books; claims in his books to have been raised Adventist by a strictly devout mother
- Paul Rusesabagina - internationally honored for saving 1,268 civilians during the Rwandan genocide; the subject of 2004 film Hotel Rwanda; describes himself as a "lapsed Adventist" in his autobiography
- Augusto César Sandino - Nicaraguan revolutionary and politician, cooperativist, member of Adventist church in his youth, adopted vegetarianism due to church teachings
- Sirhan Sirhan - Palestinian convicted of the assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy
- Richard Wright - author whose autobiography Black Boy mentions clashes with his Adventist family
- Malcolm X - raised Adventist by his mother
- Alumni of any of the universities and colleges affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church
- List of former Roman Catholics#Seventh-day Adventism
- Seventh-day Adventism in popular culture
- Quoted in Dwyer, Bonnie (Fall 2007). "Kathy Jones". Spectrum. Roseville, California: Adventist Forums. 35 (4): 2. ISSN 0890-0264. See his article "When Adventists Riot!" in the same issue
- Davis, Brangien. "2010 Spotlight Award: Cherie Priest". Seattle Magazine. Retrieved February 23, 2012.
Born in Florida, Priest grew up with a penchant for horror and fantasy stories—perhaps because her mother, a Seventh-day Adventist, promised that the Second Coming could happen any minute.
- Priest, Cherie (September 27, 2005). "Damn". Cheriepriest.com. Retrieved February 23, 2012.
Since those halcyon days of yore, I’ve more or less left the church and gone my own way
- Spectrum 35:4 (Fall 2007). See his article "My Brothers and My Sisters" in that issue
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2003-11-19. Retrieved 2003-11-10.
- Mark Moring, "DeVon Franklin Keeps the Faith in Hollywood". Christianity Today September 2011
- "Oprah Winfrey learns Sabbath is actually on Saturday from Adventist movie executive". A Sabbath Blog. August 24, 2012.
- Fishell, Randy (2012-11-15). "Half-Man Goes to Church". Guide Magazine.
- "God Isn’t Crazy Archived 2010-11-25 at the Wayback Machine." by Tania Calais. Signs of the Times
- "Reaching the Unreached by Sebastian Tirtirau and Dan Serb" by Sebastian Tirtirau. Michael Kunz's YouTube Channel
- See also Spectrum Summer 2001 for an interview
- Hamilton, Andrew. "Joyce Bryant - Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved February 7, 2014.
- "HOT GALLERY: These Musicians Found Religion—Some of Them Will Surprise You!" from snakkle.com. Accessed 2012-08-19
- "We need more music that is passionate and meaningful and honest." (Press release). cqbiblestudy.org. Archived from the original on 2008-08-28.
- "Adventist Review: Sermons on the Wall". adventistreview.org. Archived from the original on 2009-09-27. Retrieved 2009-10-25.
- "Wayne Hooper Dies at Age 86". Voice of Prophecy.
- "The Religious Affiliation of the 100 Greatest Rock Musicians" from Adherents.com. Accessed 2009-09-14
- "Little Richard", in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee description
- "Little Richard: Rock and Roll Star, Adventist Minister?" by Jared Wright. Spectrum blog 9 September 2009
- "The Religious Affiliation of Rock and Roll Star Little Richard" from Adherents.com. Accessed 2009-09-14
- Quoted in Rogers, Wendi (13 December 2005). "Culture: 'Have Yourself a Blessed Little Christmas,' Composer Hugh Martin and Singer Del Delker Recollect". Adventist News Network. Adventist News Network. Retrieved 2011-03-21.
- "California Watercolors 1850-1970" ©2002 Hillcrest Press, Inc.
- " Pentatonix: 'The Sing-Off' Champs Release Debut Album".
- "Wintley Phipps". Adventist Review. 1998-09-14. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "The Religious Affiliation of Pop Singer Prince" from Adherents.com, accessed 2009-09-14. Sean O'Hagan, "Royal Blush". The Observer, 4th April 2004
- W. Ray Ricketts. "College and University Dialogue". Dialogue.adventist.org. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "Taking Care of Women and Children". Spectrum Magazine. 2008-11-03. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "Judicial Profiles".
- "Adventist elected judge of international criminal court" (Press release). Adventist News Network.
- 2014 Birthday Honours#Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire
- "Supreme & National Court of Papua New Guinea - the Deputy Chief Justice". Supreme & National Court of Papua New Guinea. Government of Papua New Guinea. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
- Lechleitner, Elizabeth (2009-01-13). "Adventist church official named Jamaica's new governor general". Adventist News Network.
- "Candidate Profile from Congressional Quarterly: Roscoe G. Bartlett (R) of Frederick". CNN. 1998.
- "He Said No to Her Majesty". Adventist Review. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "New York State Assembly - Member Section". Assembly.state.ny.us. 1972-01-25. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "New York Adventist Key to Marriage Equality Victory". Spectrum Magazine. 2011-07-01. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "Phetsile Kholekile Dlamini: Dialogue with the Swaziland Minister for Health and Social Welfare". Retrieved 2013-08-12.
- "Senator Floyd Morris 21st century man - Sunday | September 21, 2003". Jamaica Gleaner. 2003-09-21. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- Tarpening, Rich (2012-11-09). "Democrat Raul Ruiz Wins 36th Congressional Seat".
- "Desley Scott: a pollie for good" by Faith Williams. Signs of the Times (Australian version) 120:8 (August 2005), p7–9
- "Ambassador's Profile". 2015-09-19.
- "Seventh-Day Adventist Politicians" at The Political Graveyard
- "Leonard Bailey, world-renowned heart surgeon, remembers with fondness a tiny baby named Fae", Loma Linda University Medical Center News. "Baby Fae: The Unlearned Lesson Archived 2007-02-03 at the Wayback Machine." by Kenneth P. Stoller
- "Tommy John surgery pioneer Frank Jobe's Hall of Fame life | MLB.com: News". Mlb.mlb.com. July 22, 2013. Retrieved March 7, 2014.
- "David und der liebe Gott". kurier.at. Archived from the original on 15 June 2013.
- "Champion Marathoner Talks About Running and Faith". spectrummagazine.org.
- Rogers, H. E. (Ed.).(1933). 1933 Yearbook of the Seventh-day Adventist Denomination Washington DC: Review and Herald, page 149. 
- Rogers, H. E. (Ed.).(1938). 1938 Yearbook of the Seventh-day Adventist Denomination Washington DC: Review and Herald, page 160. 
- Quoted in Bernstein, Adam (March 26, 2006). "Lauded Conscientious Objector Desmond T. Doss Sr.". The Washington Post. The Washington Post. Retrieved 2012-08-19.
- Quoted in Hills, Waring (September 20, 2010). "The First Conscientious Objector Medal of Honor Recipient". patriotspoint.org. patriotspoint.org/. Retrieved 2012-08-19.
- Kellner, Mark A. "Adventists Deny Rebel Leader’s Claimed Affiliation". Adventist Review. Archived from the original on 2008-12-16.
- "The Freedom Fighter a Nation Nearly Forgot" by Carol Morello. Adventist Review (February 1, 2001). Reprinted from The Washington Post, 2000. See also "Irene Morgan" blog by Jeff Crocombe, November 6, 2006
- "Biofeedback: Jack Staddon Pursues MD/PHD". Andrews University. 2004. Archived from the original on 2012-06-30. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "Geography Champ From One-room Schoolhouse". Philly.com. 1989-05-20.
- "Won National Geography Award". Adventist.fm. Archived from the original on 2000-12-03.
- "The Bounty and the Bible". Adventist World. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- "Pitcairn Islands Study Centre at Pacific Union College". Library.puc.edu. Retrieved 2012-09-17.
- Steve Durkac
- In particular, Lionheart: A Journey of the Human Spirit, p6 mentions they were married in the Adventist Church
- "Psychotheraphy and Possession" by Harrison S. Evans, a review of Sybil by Flora Rheta Schreiber (Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1973). Spectrum 6:1–2 (Winter–Spring 1974), p100–102
- Dennis Hokama, "Former Rwandan Seventh-day Adventist Minister to be Extradited for War Crimes Trial". Adventist Today 8:2 (March–April 2000)
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