Manuscript Releases, vol. 11 [Nos. 851-920]
MR No. 885—The Kellogg Pantheism Crisis
I awoke about half past one o'clock. I am being deeply impressed that we have come to an important crisis. I cannot keep silent at such a time as this.—Manuscript 175, 1903, 2. (Diary, August 3, 1903.) 11MR 200.1
I am now instructed to prepare for publication the messages of warning that have been given over and over again for years to keep Dr. [J. H.] Kellogg from following another leader.—Letter 172, 1903, p. 3. (To W. C. White, August 4, 1902.) 11MR 200.2
After taking your position firmly, wisely, cautiously, make not one concession on any point concerning which God has plainly spoken. Be as calm as a summer evening, but as fixed as the everlasting hills. By conceding you would be selling our whole cause into the hands of the enemy. The cause of God is not to be traded away. We must now take hold of these matters decidedly.—Letter 216, 1903, p. 6. (To the Leaders in Our Medical Work, August 4, 1903.) 11MR 200.3
Washington, D. C.,
August 20, 1981.