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The Ellen White Research Project: Exposing the Subtle Attack on the Bible's Authority
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Today's Highlights Mon., May. 30, 2016
Criticism Spotlight
Family Planning: a "Hypocritical Liar"?   One critic thinks Ellen White was a "hypocritical liar" when it came to family planning. After all, she had four sons "in rapid succession." Take a look at the facts and see if you agree.

 "Ellen White Contradicted Herself by Wearing Jewelry"
Moody, Sankey, and the Shut Door
Top Critic Nixes Plagiarism Charge
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Insightful Info
The Possibility of Genetic Engineering   Ellen White spoke of the production of "confused species" through "ingenious methods" of combining different animals. Since genetic engineering did not become technologically possible in modern times until the 1970's, one wonders how she could ever have known about it.

Cancer Caused by an Infectious Agent
 Why More Hurricanes Now?
Zinc Stored in the Brain
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Her Beliefs
Eschatology: The Millennium   Ellen White's eschatology was most definitely pre-millennial. She believed in a millennium composed of a literal 1000 years, immediately preceded by a literal second coming of Christ. However, her view of what takes place during the millennium was somewhat different from that of many evangelicals. See if you think her views were biblical or not.

Hell & Eternal Torment
 The Infallible Word of God

Quote for Today (How we select)
    "Temptations often appear irresistible because, through neglect of prayer and the study of the Bible, the tempted one cannot readily remember God's promises and meet Satan with the Scripture weapons. But angels are round about those who are willing to be taught in divine things; and in the time of great necessity they will bring to their remembrance the very truths which are needed. Thus 'when the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him.' Isaiah 59:19."
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Fulfilled or Fallacy?
"No Safety in Possessing Flocks or Herds"   Wacky as it sounds, Ellen G. White predicted that that it would become unsafe to possess flocks and herds. Wackier yet are the news stories about kids getting bird flu from kissing chickens, and prions being found in milk and urine. Who would have dreamed?

Moses Hull
The National Sunday Law
 Scientists: What Causes Hurricanes Like Katrina?
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About Her Visions
"I Am Quite Certain That She Did Not Breathe"   Dr. Merrit G. Kellogg describes how Ellen White while in vision did not breathe. He cites the evaluation of a Dr. Drummond who was present at a vision that he witnessed. Also included on this page are the eyewitness accounts of D. H. Lamson, Drusilla Lamson, David Seeley, and the Fowlers.

 Angelic Influence Illustrated: Colt Tamed
"None of the Disgusting Grimaces or Contortions Which Usually Attend Spiritualist Mediums"
Saved from Embarrassment and Division
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Life Sketch Snippet
William Miller Returns to Portland in 1842   The congregations were unusually quiet and attentive. His manner of preaching was not flowery or oratorical, but he dealt in plain and startling facts that roused his hearers from their careless indifference. He supported his statements and theories by Scripture proof as he progressed.   [more]

Perplexity over Sanctification
Fear of Hell Brings Despair
 James' Stroke
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Featured Book
Sketches From The Life of Paul   Chapter 1: Saul the Persecutor. "From among the most bitter and relentless persecutors of the church of Christ, arose the ablest defender and most successful herald of the gospel. With the apostolic brotherhood of the chosen twelve, who had companied with Christ from his baptism even to his ascension, was numbered one who had never seen the Lord while he dwelt among men, and ..."

Christ's Object Lessons
Steps to Christ
The Story of Patriarchs and Prophets
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