The Seventh-Day Adventist church and the quest for transformational development in contemporary Nigeria perspectives from an empirical study
Efuntade, Olugbenga Adetokunbo
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This article discusses the findings of an empirical study that investigated the attitudes of different sections of the membership of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church to the socio-economic and political struggles in Nigeria. The study sought to explore how this denomination’s theology and missional orientation have limited its role in the holistic development of Nigerians. The article argues that the proclamation of the SDA Church’s unique message and its involvement in transformational development should not be mutually exclusive.