"Contradiction #15: Jesus Christ Not Truly God" Ellen White stands accused of contradicting the Bible when she wrote that
Jesus was "not the Lord God Almighty." The puzzling thing about this one, though, is
that our critic forgot to quote the last half of the sentence. That omitted half changes the meaning
of the sentence into something few Christians find heretical.|
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.|
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.|
| "So we may resist temptation, and force Satan to depart from us.
Jesus gained the victory through submission and faith in God, and by
the apostle He says to us, 'Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist
the devil, and he will flee from you. Draw nigh to God, and He will
draw nigh to you.' James 4:7, 8. We cannot save ourselves from the
tempter's power; he has conquered humanity, and when we try to stand
in our own strength, we shall become a prey to his devices; but 'the name
of the Lord is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe.'
Prov. 18:10. Satan trembles and flees before the weakest soul who finds
refuge in that mighty name."|
|(Desire of Ages 130, 131)|
|Fulfilled or Fallacy?|
Rome to Regain Her Lost Supremacy At leastly partly because of Ellen White, Seventh-day Adventists are
one of the few groups still concerned about the papacy retaking control of the world.
Is this concern just a relic of the Dark Ages, or is it possible that it just might happen?
Have the principles the papacy exhibited in the past changed, or does it operate
today pretty much like it always has?|