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Overview of Ellen White’s criticisms
Ellen White Under Fire is the product of this investigation. The book is divided into three parts. Part one shows the need for the book by illustrating the intensity of the attacks on Ellen White on the Internet and also covers the history of the criticisms of Ellen White, focusing specifically on the story of D. Part two, the core of the book, deals with the larger issues underlying the criticism of Ellen White: her inspiration, authority, and the interpretation of her writings. Four appendices supplement the body of the book. Appendix one contains seven contemporary views of Ellen White, five of them are Adventist and two are non- Adventist.
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Never before have criticisms of the Seventh-day Adventist church been more accessible to the average church member and the general public. Scores of Web sites and blogs denouncing the church and its doctrines are available at the simple click of a mouse. From bizarre personal attacks to more sophisticated criticisms, opponents of the Seventh-day Adventist Church relentlessly pound its teachings on the World Wide Web. The major target of all this criticism is Ellen White. Because of her claim to the prophetic office and her foundational role in the development of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its teachings, she has become a lightning rod, her credibility as a prophet the target of most strikes on Adventist theology. Books targeting Ellen White are also easily available on the Internet. Unquestionably, this negative campaign against Ellen White is hurting her credibility.