In this article, attention is given to the historical context in which the relationship between the “religious” and “educational” arms of the Seventh-Day Adventist church was forged; the commitment of Adventism to higher learning in the U.S. is explored; strategies for maintaining a distinctive purpose in Adventist educational institutions are assessed; and a select number of challenges currently facing Adventist institutions in North America are addressed.
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Matthews, J. (2003). Seventh-day Adventism in the US: Committed to Higher Education. Journal of Catholic Education, 6 (4). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol6/iss4/5