Liberty (Adventist magazine)
Liberty is a magazine published by the Seventh-day Adventist Church that covers issues involving separation of church and state, and current events in politics. It has a circulation of over 200,000.
|Editor||Lincoln E. Steed|
|Categories||Religious - Seventh-day Adventist|
|Publisher||Review and Herald|
|Total circulation||Over 200,000|
|Company||North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists|
Liberty is one of three religious freedom outreaches sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the other two being the North American Religious Liberty Association and the International Religious Liberty Association.
Liberty was first called American Sentinel and then Sentinel of Liberty before being shortened to its current name.
The American Sentinel (1886-1900)Edit
The first edition of The American Sentinel, January, 1886 proclaimed:
"THE AMERICAN SENTINEL. AN EIGHT-PAGE MONTHLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO: The defense of American Institutions, the preservation of the United States Constitution as it is, so far as regards religion or religious tests, and the maintenance of human rights, both civil and religious. It will ever be uncompromisingly opposed to anything tending toward & union of Church and State, either in name or in fact." 
The Sentinel of Liberty (1900-1903)Edit
- Official website
- American Sentinel at Adventist Archives
- Sentinel of Liberty at Adventist Archives
- Liberty at Adventist Archives
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