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The Cuba Adventist Theological Seminary (SETAC) is the only educational institution of the Adventist church in Cuba. It accepts students from the conferences and missions of the Cuba Union Conference who wish to obtain a bachelor’s degree in theology. In addition, students come from other Latin American countries and from other continents, with representatives from Mexico, Belize, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Panama, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Chile, Peru, Canada, the United States, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Congo, and Angola.
One of the darkest moments that the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Cuba experienced after the triumph of the Revolution was when it suffered a most unjust and devastating tax imposition by the State. This plunged the Church and many of its members into one of the most critical economic situations of its history.
Antillian College (Colegio de las Antillas) was the main educational institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Cuba from 1940 to 1967. This campus also became the main center of higher education for the Inter-American Division. It was there that workers were trained from and for Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, as well as for the other unions in this division’s territory.
Earl F. Hackman spent his early career in Home Missionary departmental leadership from local conference to General Conference levels and then moved to the presidencies of the Southeastern California Conference, the Northern California Conference, the Southern Union Conference and the Inter-American Division.
North Mexican Union Conference is one of 24 unions that form part of the Inter-American Division and one of the five unions established in Mexico.
Olmeca Conference was organized in 2001, when Tabasco Conference was divided into the Tabasco Conference and the Olmeca Conference.
Costa Rica is located in Central America. It borders on the north with Nicaragua, the south with Panama, the east and west with the Atlantic and Pacific oceans respectively.
Arthur Harry Roth was the fifth president of the Inter-American Division (1954-1962).
Mozambique is one of the countries that constitute the territory of the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division of Seventh-day Adventists.
Richard Martin Ritland was a Seventh-day Adventist biologist, paleontologist, and early director of the Geoscience Research Institute. He also served as a professor at Atlantic Union College, Loma Linda University, and Andrews University. He worked extensively on issues of science and faith, and he led geology field conferences to educate Adventist teachers and administrators about the history of the earth and life.
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