Sylvester Bliss

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Sylvester Bliss (1814–1863) was a Millerite minister; editor and author.


Bliss was a Congregationalist from Hartford, Connecticut, with a radical education, he also belonged to the Historical Society of Bostan. And he was the Millerite leader in Boston, Massachusetts.[1][2]

He wrote articles for the Millerite magazine Signs of the Times which helped him to get a job as an assistant editor in November 1842. He stayed at that position for many years and then became the only editor of the magazine which was renamed Advent Herald. Bliss held the position of editor until his death in 1863, from natural causes.[3]He was also editor of the Millerite magazine Advent Shield.[4]

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  1. ^ Seventh-day Adventist Pioneers Writings Third Angels Message Retrieved December 20, 2018
  2. ^ Adventist Heritage-Vol. 03, No. 2 Loma Linda University Retrieved December 20, 2018
  3. ^ Sylvester Bliss Pastor Charles Taze & The Watch Tower Society Retrieved December 20, 2018
  4. ^ Sylvestor Bliss Adventist Pioneer Library Retrieved December 20, 2018

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