A User-friendly Guide to the 1888 Message


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A user-friendly handbook about an important topic in our church’s history.

The 1888 Minneapolis General Conference session has undoubtedly been

  • The most controversial
  • The most important
  • The most misunderstood
  • And probably the most violent event in Adventist history.
  • What is the core of the 1888 message?
  • Why is the 1888 message important to us today?
  • How did Ellen White get "shot down" at the meetings?
  • How can the 1888 message revitalize my life and the Adventist Church in the twenty-first century?

George R. Knight, a professor of church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, clearly answers these questions and more in A User-Friendly Guide to the 1888 Message. Responding to 56 questions and nine propositions in a user-friendly style, Knight explores and addresses issues that have been at the center of Adventist controversy for more than a century.

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Review and Herald Publishing
Weight (lbs) 0.500000
Page Count 192
Language English
Year Published 1999
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