Was Desire of Ages plagiarized? Some have claimed that Ellen White plagiarized in the writing of Desire of Ages.
Is that true? In this article we take a detailed look at a critic's original comparisons. We've color coded
everything so that you can quickly size up exactly how much borrowing was done.|
Zinc Stored in the Brain Back in 1870, Ellen White wrote of a substance in the brain
that was needed to nourish the system. A century later, scientists confirmed that
zinc, which the brain contains a lot of, is indeed an important nutrient for humans.
They have also confirmed that zinc plays a part in many digestive and metabolic processes.
Lucky guess? Coincidence? Inspired? You decide.|
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.|
| "Worry is blind, and cannot discern the future; but
Jesus sees the end from the beginning. In every difficulty He has His
way prepared to bring relief. Our heavenly Father has a thousand ways
to provide for us, of which we know nothing. Those who accept the
one principle of making the service and honor of God supreme will find
perplexities vanish, and a plain path before their feet."|
|(Desire of Ages 330)|
|Fulfilled or Fallacy?|
Mad Cow Disease Long ago, Ellen White predicted that the day would come when all animal products would be unsafe. Was she right on that one, given recent news stories on Mad Cow Disease? Was she wrong, or just lucky? Read the information we've collected, and tell us what you think.|