How postmodern Adventists can engage in personal evangelism

I have been working for a few months now on a set of diaries written by a certain Mr. Dortch in the mid-1880's.  The diaries are part of the original manuscript collection in the Southwestern Adventist University Library.  In this lecture, I focus particularly on Dortch's relations with his rural neighbors in Tennessee; a relatively new convert to the SDA Church, Dortch, and a farmer, regularly socialized and met with his fellow farmers and frequently shared with them the SDA doctrine of the Seventh-Day Sabbath (Saturday) and other doctrines peculiar to Adventists (such as the 'Nature of Man' as in the rejection of the standard Christian belief in the immortality of the human soul). 

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