EGW Research Documents
For verbal inspirationists Ellen White’s writings, unfortunately, have wrongly become an authority on historical dates and places. For thought inspirationists however, it's an unwarranted use of a prophet’s work. Thought inspirationists focus on the big picture, the message; while possible discrepancies in historical detail are considered incidental to the message, and of minor clerical importance.
How did they come into existence? -- How does she know? -- What has been the influence of Mrs. White's writings -- Are Mrs. White's writings worthy of confidence? -- How shall we regard her writings? -- The pioneers in the Seventh-day Adventist work regarded truth as common property -- Some questions considered -- How Mrs. White regarded her books -- The story of a much loved book -- The case in brief -- Regarding changes of wording in later editions -- The responsibilities of a messenger for God -- Authority to present an appropriate message -- The books grew in size
Selections from Ellen White writings regarding God's love and preparation for the final conflict
Basic principles for both individuals and church-affiliated institutions regarding joining or financially supporting labor unions.
Ellen G. White's appeal to the General Conference 1901 Session delegates to reorganize the Church
The basic statement of 1864 -- Science and revelation -- Science and the Bible -- Ellen G. White statements on the age of the earth -- Time lapse between creation and Moses, and creation and Christ -- Authentic history of the beginning of our world -- God not indebted to pre-existing matter -- Creation of the earth -- Earth antedated by other created worlds -- The Sabbath is as old as the earth itself -- Science, true and false, and revelation -- Ellen White's statements on antediluvian world conditions -- The world's first rain -- How the earth's surface was changed by the flood -- Ellen G. White statements on amalgamation -- Volcanic eruptions and earthquakes -- On mountains and mountain building
In the late 1990s questions were raised as to whether Ellen White’s genealogy might be traced to New Jersey rather than New England. Consequently, in March 2000 the White Estate engaged the professional services of a certified and independent genealogist, Roger D. Joslyn
Will God ever send another prophet to the Seventh-day Adventist church? This question was increasingly being raised as Ellen White’s life drew to a close, and some people still wonder. Dr. Coon responds to this question from the Bible, not by telling us whether God will ever send another prophet—but explaining how to recognize a true prophet and how to identify a fraud. He also tells the story of three people in the history of the church who claimed the prophetic gift but whose ministry did not match the guidelines set forth in Scripture.
Highlights of the beginning of the tithing system / Arthur L. White -- Ellen G. White comments on the use of tithe funds / Robert W. Olson -- Mrs. Ellen G. White and the tithe / Arthur L. White -- The use of the tithe / Ellen G. White -- Gospel finance: Pulling together / Frank B. Holbrook
Inspiriation: The prophetic gift in operation. Infallibility: does the true prophet ever err? Plus: The relationship between the Ellen G. White writings and the Bible
The psalmist says, “I will sing of the mercies of the Lord forever.” And indeed, music is one of the great joys of life. But how can we use this gift to it's fullest potential? What are the guidelines and what was God's original plan? This little book answers many of these questions and gives guidance about the use of music for ministry, praise, and uplifting.
A Collection of the most important statements defining the heaven-ordained purpose of Seventh-day Adventist institutions together with pertinent historical information about our early Battle Creek establishments.
A document of suggested resouces to use for responding to the critical video about Ellen White
"How Seventh-day Adventists met the Civil War crisis as it related to the draft, the Sabbath, and the bearing of arms and amplified by A. L. White to include all items available from the pen of Ellen G. White which have a bearing on the subject."
a compilation of E. G. White materials supplemented with illuminating statements of denominational leaders and significant General Conference Session actions / assembled for the study of the Committee on Church-State Relationships
This is part of a group of documents known collectively as Ellen G. White Estate shelf documents