Borrowing from Conybeare and Howson: An Analysis Back in 1919, Dudley Canright charged that Ellen White had plagiarized her 1883 book,
Sketches from the Life of Paul, from a book by two British authors. He went so far as to claim that
the authors had even threatened a lawsuit. Was there any truth in all of this? In this series of pages we
examine the comparisons between the two books provided for us by critic Sydney Cleveland.|
| "'Come unto Me,' is His invitation.
Whatever your anxieties and trials, spread out your case before
the Lord. Your spirit will be braced for endurance. The way will be
opened for you to disentangle yourself from embarrassment and difficulty.
The weaker and more helpless you know yourself to be, the stronger will
you become in His strength. The heavier your burdens, the more
blessed the rest in casting them upon the Burden Bearer. The rest that
Christ offers depends upon conditions, but these conditions are plainly
specified. They are those with which all can comply. He tells us just how His rest is to be found."|
|(Desire of Ages 329)|
|Fulfilled or Fallacy?|
Slavery Revived at the End of Time It might sound odd, but Ellen G. White predicted that slavery would be revived
again. Could it ever happen? Actually, President George Bush thinks it already has.
He and his State Department are doing what they can to combat a slave trade today that
is larger than it ever was in yesteryear.|
|About Her Visions|
A Stone Mason Couldn't Bend Her Arm John Loughborough tells the story about the time when
his neighbor, Mr. Diagneau, was over at his house while Ellen White was having a vision.
Mr. Diagneau, a stone mason, tried to bend Mrs. White's arm. Read what
he had to say about his experience.|