A. G. Daniells: The Making of a General Conference president
A. G. Daniells: The Making of a General Conference president
By John J. Robertson

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It is generally thought that the influence of A. G. Daniells upon the Seventh-day Adventist denomination is greater than that of any of its other presidents. Not only was his length of office longer than any other, but during his administration both church organization and policy was formed. The Seventh-day Adventist church’s structure today is essentially his legacy in the sense that he implemented it. 

There are some intriguing questions however, including how did his experiences prior to 1901 shape the man he came to be? What were his natural gifts? Was he an Ellen White protégé? 

This book by John J. Robertson is not intended to be a complete biography of A.G. Daniells. It is primarily a study of the abilities, character traits, and attitudes of the man as seen in the light of his lifework and his relationships with other people, notably Ellen G. White. It is the author’s hope that this book will not only be meaningful in itself but

will also provide a basis for further study.