The Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists (ESDA) is a world church project expected to produce approximately 10,000 articles on Adventist history, including people, events, ministries, church administrative units, institutions, the work in countries, periodicals, the history of theology, the church and political issues, etc. The goal of each article is to be honest, open, comprehensive, and rigorous, representative of the diversity and richness of Adventism, and fully understandable to both church members and the public. When ESDA Online debuts in 2019, it will be the church’s first online reference work.
The Encyclopedia needs historians like you to contribute by authoring and peer-reviewing articles. If you wish to participate as an author of one or more entries in your area of interest or expertise, please contact the relevant assistant editor(s) listed below for a list of article topics. All major articles will undergo a rigorous double-blind peer-review process by at least two referees, and thus will be considered as a scholarly publication. Serious research students are also encouraged to contribute.
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