Author: Brenton Stacey

Did you know that the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia took a different path in response to World War One compared to other churches? While many endorsed the war, the Adventist Church maintained its loyalty to church-state separation and its opposition to compulsory military training, conscription, and Sunday worship. Learn more about this fascinating history and the Church's conscientious cooperation with the government in a new article by Anzac expert Daniel Reynaud, published in the Journal of Religious History.