Just $12.95. Illustrated softcover edition. FROM THE PEN OF AN EARLY-DAY INSIDER Author D.M. Canright worked with James and Ellen White and other Seventh-day Adventist pioneers for nearly three decades. Read about Ellen White's role in the formation and evolution of the SDA church. Was she divinely inspired? Who influenced her most? Who really wrote all those books forming the foundation of Adventist theology? READ PORTIONS OF EARLY VISIONS NOT PUBLISHED BY THE CHURCH SINCE 1851. Contemporary illustrations of J.N. Andrews, Joseph Bates, G.I Butler, D.M. Canright, S.N. Haskell, J.N. Loughborough, Uriah Smith, William Miller, W.C. White, and of course Ellen and James White, as well as SDA printing offices in California, Australia, and Battle Creek, and the original Health Institute and subsequent sanitariums.For these facts and the names of all these satellites see Manual of Astronomy, by Charles Young, Ph.D., LL. ... his book, Rise and Progress of Seventh-day Adventists, another moon had been discovered, and the publishers had the audacity to change her words to read, aI see eight moons.a (See page 126 of that work.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Life of Ellen White|
|Author||:||D. M. Canright|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2005-07|