Monthly Archives: October 2011

Post 7, Valentine on Ellen White and Adventist Leaders

This post is about a scintillating, new book on the relationship between Ellen G. White and the General Conference presidents who served between 1888 and 1915. It took me a decade to write two theses about Ellen White and her … Continue reading

Posted in Adventist Studies, Arthur G. Daniells, Dr Gilbert Valentine, Ellen G. White, George A. Irwin, SDA history and thought, SDA theology, William C. White

Post 6, Understanding the Book of Revelation

Adventists often access Revelation seminar materials through the Ministerial Association of their local conference or from the Resource Centre of the Australian Union Conference (PO Box 4368, Ringwood, Vic 3134, Australia). It is the intention of the South Pacific Division … Continue reading

Posted in SDA theology

Post 5, Aboriginal Australians and Adventists

“Dear Friends,” Dr John Knight wrote in an e-mail on 6 October 2011, “please note November 8 in your calendar — Post Pressed, e-content Management, and noted Indigenous scholar and researcher, Dr Jackie Huggins, will be launching The More Things … Continue reading

Posted in Aborigines, Associate Professor John Knight, Johnny Murison

Post 4, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Adventists and the Bible

On 28 September 2011, Angus McPhee sent an email to me (and others) informing us that “thanks to Google,” we can now better explore the Dead Sea Scrolls, online. I am a fan of Google because it makes available such … Continue reading

Posted in SDA theology