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Ellen G. White Encyclopedia

Edited by Denis Fortin & Jerry Moon

Learn about Ellen White as you’ve never been able to before: as a daughter of God, a messenger, a church leader, wife, mother, writer, speaker, seeker of truth, and pilgrim on the way to God’s kingdom, passionate about bringing as many people as possible to the throne of God’s love and mercy.

Everything about Ellen G. White in one resource. For the first time ever, this masterwork brings together hundreds of articles from some 180 contributors that describe the people and events in the life of Ellen White, as well as her stand on numerous topics. Her own writings are thoroughly referenced, as well.

Organized into 3 major sections:
The first section includes:
Major introductory articles on Ellen White, including her life story, the major themes of her writings, principles of interpretation, her theology, research resources, and a bibliography of archival resources. Here you will find maps and photos; a chronology of her life and writings; an overview of her writings; information on her major opponents through the years and their messages.

The second section is the biographical section, including people Ellen White interacted with, corresponded with, or wrote about, plus a few historical figures of importance in her life and beliefs.

The third section contains articles on a wide diversity of topics that define Ellen White’s beliefs, and doctrines, the books she wrote, historical places and events, and institutions she was connected with.

Hardback, 1,465 pages.


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