Unknown Prophet – Revised, Updated

Set the record straight about William Foy. He did fulfill his prophetic commission despite difficult circumstances as a man of color in the 1800’s.

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“The groundbreaking research in The Unknown Prophet by Delbert Baker did much to clear up misconceptions and set the record straight about William Foy.
It told the largely unknown story of this sensitive young man of color. Furthermore, he faced incredible trials and struggles yet faithfully fulfilled his time-specific prophetic commission during the height of the Millerite movement and went on to maintain a quiet and productive ministry until his death in the late 1800s.

Table of Contents:

Prefaces — Introduction to the Revised Edition — Original Introduction — Section 1. Context — 1. A Feel for the Times — 2. Family Ties — 3. Tale of a Freeman — Section 2. Conversion — 4. A Spiritual Father and Example — 5. Components of a Christian Experience — 6. A Season of Trial — Section 3. Connections — 7. Transition: Augusta to Boston — 8. The Millerite Connection — Section 4. Commission — 9. Preacher of Righteousness — 10. First Vision: Victory — 11. Second Vision: Judgment — 12. Third Vision: Providence — 13. Fourth Vision: Unknown — 14. A Duty to Warn — Section 5. Conclusion — 15. Hazen Foss: He-Refused to Obey — 16. The Baton Is Passed — 17. A Comparison of Two Prophets — 18. Foy’s Final Years — Appendix — The Christian Experience of William E. Foy — Egypt’s Land, by William E. Foy — Ellen G. White on William Ellis Foy — John N. Loughborough on William Ellis Foy — William Ellis Foy, by Robert L. Potter — A Chronology of the Life of William Foy — Bibliography — A Guide to Seventh-day Adventist History Resources on the Internet — Index.” – publisher


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