Category Archives: SDA history and thought

Post 12, Understanding Daniel 8:14 and the Judgment

Click on these links to view the articles on “assumptions” relating to 1844 and the interpretation of Daniel 8:14: Assumptions re 1844 AT version Assumptions re 1844 Full Text However did we keep abreast of the thinking of the worldwide … Continue reading

Posted in "Assumption" re Daniel 8:14, Adventist Studies, Daniel 8:14, Daniel and Revelation Committee (DARCOM), Ellen G. White, Investigative judgment, Roy Ingram, Roy Ingram on "Assumptions" re 1844, SDA history and thought, SDA theology

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 3, Getting Started with Adventist Studies

If you have read the 3 September 2011 post on this site, you will be aware that it recommends A Brief, Annotated Introduction to the Field of Adventist Studies for Higher Degree Students (available in its printed and electronic forms … Continue reading

Posted in Adventist Studies, Ellen G. White, Recent Tensions in Seventh-day Adventism, SDA history and thought, SDA theology

Post 1, Adventist Studies: Exploring Adventist History and Thought

A website for thinking believers This website is designed for persons who are interested in Adventist Studies: that is, research into the background, history, thought, polity and practice of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. While it intends to provide reliable information … Continue reading

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