How do you cite Ellen White books?

How do you cite Ellen White books?

Citation Data White, Ellen G., 1827-1915. The Desire of Ages; the Conflict of the Ages Illustrated in the Life of Christ. Mountain View, Calif. ; Portland, Or. [etc.] :Pacific Press Pub.

How old was EG White when she died?

87 years (1827–1915)Ellen G. White / Age at death

What is worship Ellen White?

Believing that earthly worship is preparation for the heavenly, Ellen White argued that one’s attitude in the place of worship should be carefully guarded. When entering the place of worship, people should do so with decorum, going quietly to their seats.

Was Ellen G White a Millerite?

Having accepted the teaching of William Miller regarding the imminent return of the Lord, the family was forced out of the Methodist Church. In 1846 Ellen married James White, a fellow Millerite, and together they consolidated the group of Millerites that became the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Michigan in 1861.

What did Ellen White say?

From Letter 32, 1899, quoted in the SDA Bible Commentary, Volume 5, pg. 1129 we have Ellen White stating: “But although Christ’s glory was for a time veiled and eclipsed by His assuming humanity, yet He did not cease to be God when He became man…The man Christ Jesus was not the Lord God Almighty, yet Christ and the Father are one.”

How inspired was Ellen White?

They say, “Yes, Ellen White is an inspired messenger from God. I believe in the inspiration of Ellen White.” But when it comes to a specific point that Ellen White makes, many people say, “Well, that was just her opinion. That was her own idea.” Ellen White says that this attitude makes of none effect the counsel of God.

Did Ellen White change?

It is generally thought that Ellen White’s book The Desire of Ages, published in 1898, marked a change in Ellen White’s understanding of the identity of Jesus and of righteousness by faith. Below, however, are several examples of Ellen White’s statements written between 1898 and her death in 1915.

What is the history of Ellen G White?

Begin With a Healthy Outlook.

  • Focus on the Central Issues.
  • Account for Problems in Communication.
  • Study All Available Information on a Topic.
  • Avoid Extreme Interpretations.
  • Take Time and Place Into Consideration.
  • Study Each Statement in Its Literary Context.
  • Recognize Ellen White’s Understanding of the Ideal and the Real.
  • Use Common Sense.