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Rev. W. F. Crafts Against the Editors of the American Sentinel

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    THE CHARGES

    To the Seventh-day Adventist Churches of which Prof. A. T. Jones and E. J. Waggoner are members:RCAAS v.1

    I hereby submit to you, for consideration and action, the following sworn statement, showing that the above-named editors have gone far beyond the true liberties of public discussion and the freedom of the press, into wholesale slander and falsehood, for which they might properly be called to answer either in civil or church courts. My lecture engagements for many months to come make it inconvenient for me to prosecute in person, and in this case it is unnecessary, as the proof is mostly in documents. As a simple, I have carefully examined the last issue of the paper edited by the parties named—that of June 19th, 1889—and find that it averages seven falsehoods per square foot, sixty-seven in twenty-four short columns, that is, about three per column. There is no reason to suppose that this issue is more fertile in falsehood than preceding issues, nor that future issues will have a shorter crop unless the Seventh-day Adventist Churches refuse to allow even such popular leaders to remain in “good standing” without reform in this matter. The slanders and falsehoods in the issue named are, in part, as follows:—RCAAS v.2

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