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Criticism Of Ellen G. White
... Review El Centinela Signs of the Times List of Ellen White writings List of Seventh-day Adventist periodicals Adventist Archives Service Adventist Education Secondary ... White James White Joseph Bates J ... Adventist portal A number of critics have voiced doubts as to the reliability of Ellen G ...
Criticism Of Ellen G. White - Response To Criticism - Plagiarism
... Ramik, undertook a study of Ellen G ... White's writings during the early 1980s, and concluded that they were "conclusively unplagiaristic." When the plagiarism charge ignited a significant debate during the late 1970s and early 1980s, the Adventist ... report, he states "It is impossible to imagine that the intention of Ellen G ...
Seventh-day Adventist Theology - Overview - Source of Authority - Role of Ellen White
... to theology are affected by the level of authority accorded the writings of Ellen White ... Mainstream Adventists believe that White had the spiritual gift of prophecy, but that her writings are inferior to the Bible, which has ultimate authority ... "The Inspiration and Authority of the Ellen G ...
Tongues In The Seventh-day Adventist Church - History - Early Counterfeit Incidents in Adventistism
... James White recorded the incident writing "There has been some division as to the time of beginning the Sabbath ... Brother Chamberlain's words as recorded by James White - Letter to "My Dear Brother," July 2, 1848, written from Berlin, Connecticut ... In the summer of 1855, James White urged J.N ...
Leonard R. Brand - Seventh-day Adventist Church
... Adventist Today Signs of the Times List of Ellen White writings List of Seventh-day Adventist periodicals Service Adventist Education Secondary Schools Higher Education Hospitals ... White James White Joseph Bates J ... published a book in response to the major critics of church founder Ellen G ...

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