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Ellen White Answers
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Answering the questions and critics on Ellen G. White
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Ellen White Under Fire

During her lifetime, Ellen White withstood wave upon wave of personal criticisms. Yet the historical records confirm her as a person of integrity, and her writings confirm her loyalty to the Bible. In Ellen White Under Fire, Dr. Jud Lake provides a comprehensive assessment of Ellen White critics, past and present, as well as her defenders – all the while building confidence in her prophetic gift. 


“Good stuff! Perceptive! A book long overdue! Whether you love Ellen White or hate her, this is a book that you need to read.” – George Knight, professor emeritus of Church History, Andrews University

“Nearly a century after Ellen White’s death, critics continue to attack the legacy of her ministry. In his book, Dr. Jud Lake traces the history of Ellen White’s critics from the earliest days of her ministry until the present. He demonstrates how an accurate understanding of inspiration prevents one from falling into the false expectations raised by her critics. This invaluable book provides a real service to all who have read charges made against Mrs. White and have wanted clear factual answers to refute those false claims.” – James R. Nix, Director, Ellen G. White Estate, Inc.

“Jud Lake is to be commended for addressing the deeper issues behind all the attacks on Ellen White. Ellen White Under Fire provides a careful analysis of the major issues in the writings of Ellen White – inspiration, authority, and interpretation. The book will be a real help for those confronted by the multitude of websites and books attacking Ellen White.” – Gerhard Pfandl, associate director, Biblical Research Institute

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Ellen G. White Letters & Manuscripts with Annotations, Volume 1 (1845-1859)

Introducing a new series that will give you access to all of Ellen White’s letters, diaries, and manuscripts together with explanatory notes. The notes provide an exciting, new level of illumination to the text. They give the date of composition, identity of the addressee, and the background to events or issues alluded to in the text. You’ll also find clarification of old expressions such as “plank road,” “carriole,” and “snug dealing.” Allusions to hymns, poems, and other literary pieces have been identified.

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In the past, readers were often left wondering about the outcome of an event, instruction, or prediction found in a letter. Did the sick person revive? Was Ellen White’s instruction heeded or rejected? Were predictions or promises fulfilled? Now the annotations fill you in on the rest of the story.

This first volume in the series collects every known page of Ellen White’s writing for a 15-year period and puts them in chronological order. It includes transcriptions of what she said in vision. Her letters outline the struggle to keep both church leaders and laymen navigating the course that the Lord was laying out for the small company of believers. Her diary entries in particular give you an intimate view of her life in the early days of the movement and the small joys and concerns that came her way.

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The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia

This masterwork brings together hundreds of articles that describe the people and events in the life of Ellen White, as well as her stand on numerous topics.

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Topics Covered in the EGW Encyclopedia:

  • Doctrine and Theology
  • use of the Apocrypha
  • the holy flesh movement
  • the humanity of Christ
  • justification
  • king of the north
  • latter rain
  • legalism
  • perfection
  • Health and Lifestyle
  • dress reform
  • football
  • hydrotherapy
  • insurance
  • use of humor
  • milk and cheese
  • politics and voting
  • “secret vice”
  • time management
  • Life Events
  • her conversion
  • General Conference session of 1888
  • great controversy vision
  • iceberg vision
  • San Francisco earthquake
  • Places
  • Gorham, Maine
  • Graysville, Tennessee
  • Loma Linda Sanitarium
  • Oakwood Industrial School
  • Pitcairn
  • People
  • Elizabeth Harmon Bangs—the twin sister that Ellen worked to bring into the faith
  • Fannie Bolton—the literary assistant who was fired a surprising number of times
  • John Byington—the militant abolitionist and first General Conference president
  • Sylvester Graham—the temperance advocate whose cracker lives on today
  • Moses Hull—the evangelist who lost a debate with a spiritualist in more ways than one

Everything from the hymns Ellen White loved to the homes she lived in are covered in heavily referenced articles. You’ll find a detailed chronology of her life and extensive articles on her ministry, her theology, and her statements in the light of advancing scientific knowledge. Whether you’re preparing a sermon, teaching a class, or finding answers to personal questions, this single resource has the answers you need.

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