Seventh-Day Adventist



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Seventh-Day Adventist
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(Protestant theol) a member of that branch of the Adventists which constituted itself as a separate body after the expected Second Coming of Christ failed to be realized in 1844. They are strongly Protestant, believe that Christ’s coming is imminent, and observe Saturday instead of Sunday as their Sabbath

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