Noted historian George R. Knight calls The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia “the most important reference work produced by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a half century.” This massive volume is the definitive resource on one of the most remarkable women of the nineteenth century. The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia collects hundreds of articles by over 160 contributors describing the people and events in Ellen White’s life, as well as her stand on numerous topics.
This comprehensive resource on Ellen White is divided into three sections exploring her writings, theology, interpretation, and her theological relationship to some of the pioneers of Protestantism, such as Martin Luther and John Calvin. You’ll find a detailed chronology of her life and extensive articles on her ministry, theology, and statements in the light of advancing scientific knowledge. Whether you’re preparing a sermon, teaching a class, or finding answers to personal questions, this comprehensive resource has the answers you need.
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Ellen G. White (1827–1915) is the most influential Seventh-day Adventist in the history of the church. She and her husband, James, provided foundational leadership as the SDA church organized in the mid-nineteenth century. Her personal presence and writings helped shape the Adventist faith throughout her seven decades of public ministry.