Author: Nathan Brown

The Seventh-day Adventist Church, despite its small size in the 1890s, played a crucial role in Australia's constitutional development. It was instrumental in promoting religious freedom, setting a standard for future considerations on Indigenous people's recognition and rights.
The history of Seventh-day Adventism's relationship with fundamentalism is explored in two recently published books. Regardless of the viewpoint, it is clear that the Church's approach to fundamentalism has shaped Adventist faith and life in many ways.