This essay does not attempt to provide a historiographic description of Seventh-day Adventist mission in the South Pacific. Rather, it is a brief critical analysis of the way in which Seventh-day Adventist mission philosophy and method have been perceived and described by non-Seventh-day Adventists, particularly by persons active in other Christian denominations and missionary societies.
Oliver, B. (1998). In the world but not of the world: Perceptions of Seventh-day Adventist missions in the South Pacific. In M. Hutchinson, & G. Treloar (Eds.), This gospel shall be preached: Essays on the Australian contribution to world mission (pp. 110-124). Sydney, Australia: Centre for the Study of Australian Christianity.