Meeting Ellen White


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This book introduces readers to the fascinating life and role of Ellen White. The author presents a biographical overview of her life and explores the major themes and categories of her works. Especially helpful for new Adventists.

Ellen G. White has undoubtedly been the most influential Seventh-day Adventist in the history of the church. Her personal presence and her writings did much to shape and guide Adventism during her seven decades of prophetic ministry. Since her death in 1915 her counsel and insights have continued to direct the denomination.

But you may be thinking, who is Ellen White? George Knight, professor of church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, answers that question in this book.

The first, and largest, section presents a concise biographical overview of her life. The second section introduces the reader to both her published and unpublished writings, showing the major categories that her counsel to the church falls in. And the third section explores seven major themes that run through all she write.

Dr. Knight helps the reader to understand and appreciate the fascinating life and role of God’s messenger to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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Item Format Paperback
Page Count 109
Language English
Year Published 08/09/2001
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