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After the War of 1812 he was converted and began a systematic study of the Bible and in the process he discovered the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation, especially Daniel 8, which seemed to predict that Christ would soon return to earth.Hundreds of ministers and laymen joined in preaching the message.Prominent figures in the early church included Hiram Edson, James Springer White and his wife Ellen G. Pioneers such as Ellen Harmon White, John Loughborough, J. Andrews, and Uriah Smith were teenagers and young adults when they began making an impact in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, many starting even before in the Advent movement started by William Miller.Willim Miller was a farmer, and Baptist preacher, who, from 1831 to 1844 began the Millerite movement, preaching the imminent return of Christ.
John Nevins Andrews (July 22, 1829 in Poland, Maine – October 21, 1883 in Basel, Switzerland), was a Seventh-day Adventist minister, missionary, writer, editor, and scholar. He was the most prominent author and scholar of his time, in the Adventist church. Andrews played a pivotal role in the establishment of Adventist theology.
Andrews helped start a publishing house in Switzerland and an Adventist periodical in French, Les Signes des Temps (1876).
As a theologian Andrews made significant contributions to the development of various doctrines of the SDA denomination.
In June 1859 a conference in Battle Creek voted that Andrews should assist J. In February 1863 Angeline and their two children moved from Iowa to join him in New York.
Two more children were born to John and Angelina while in New York, both of whom died in infancy from tuberculosis.
In 1867 he became the third president of the General Conference, (until May 18, 1869) after which he became editor of the Review and Herald (1869–1870), now the Adventist Review.