Arthur G. Daniells (September 28, 1858 – April 18, 1935) was a gifted administrator and most notably the longest serving president of the General Conference. Daniells was concerned with the development of a spiritual ministry, and led in the formation of the Ministerial Association and Ministry magazine. He was one of the denomination’s most dynamic leaders. He authored The World War, A World in Perplexity, Christ Our Righteousness, and The Abiding Gift of Prophecy.
This book stresses the meaning of the fundamental doctrine of righteousness by faith as it was emphasized at the historic Minneapolis General Conference of 1888.