Ellen G. White, a pioneering leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, was a popular public speaker of the 19th century and is the most translated woman in the history of literature. Steps to Christ, her signature work, appears in more than 140 languages. Her complete published writings are now being incorporated into the latest Logos technology with this pre-publication discount.
Ellen G. White Lifeworks include:
In Logos, Ellen G. White’s Lifeworks will be fully indexed and interlinked. Search with laser-like specificity her complete published works, or any grouping of them you define (such as the Testimonies). Compare her theological emphases in different eras of her ministry, looking for words, phrases, people and places. Scripture references appear on mouseover in your preferred translation. The Timeline feature instantly contextualizes people, places, and ideas discussed with thousands of religious and secular world events. And with Logos tablet and mobile apps, you can take your study wherever you go.
For background and scholarly analysis, check out The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia as well.
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-19th century. Her personal presence and writings helped shape the Adventist faith throughout her seven decades of public ministry.