Ellen Harmon White

Ellen Harmon White

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In America, as in Britain, the Victorian era enjoyed a long life, stretching from the 1830s to the 1910s. It marked the transition from a pre-modern to a modern way of life. Ellen White's life (1827-1915) spanned those years and then some, but the last three months of a single year, 1844, served as the pivot for everything else. When the Lord failed to return on October 22, as she and other followers of William Miller had predicted, White did not lose heart. Fired by a vision she experienced, White played the principal role in transforming a remnant minority of Millerites into the sturdy sect that soon came to be known as the Seventh-day Adventists. She and a small group of fellow believers emphasized a Saturday Sabbath and an imminent Advent. Today that flourishing denomination posts twenty million adherents globally and one of the largest education, hospital, publishing, and missionary outreach programs in the world. Over the course of her life White generated 50, 000 manuscript pages and letters, and produced 40 books that have enjoyed extremely wide circulation. She ranks as one of the most gifted and influential religious leaders in American history, and Ellen Harmon White tells her story in a new and remarkably informative way. Some of the contributors identify with the Adventist tradition, some with other Christian denominations, and some with no religious tradition at all. Taken together their essays call for White to be seen as a significant figure in American religious history and for her to be understood her within the context of her times.James and Ellen White, Life Sketches (Battle Creek, MI: Steam Press of the Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Assn., 1880), 135. Ibid., 163. Ibid., 158. Ibid., 160. ... General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Church Manual, 18th ed. (Hagerstown, MD; Review and Herald Publishing Assn., 2010), 47. 14. Ellen G. White toanbsp;...


Title:Ellen Harmon White
Author: Terrie Dopp Aamodt, Gary Land, Numbers
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 2014
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