Warning Against Despising God’s Message
I would speak in warning to those who have stood for years resisting light and cherishing the spirit of opposition. How long will you hate and despise the messengers1 of God’s righteousness? God has given them His message. They bear the word of the Lord. There is salvation for you, but only through the merits of Jesus Christ. The grace of the Holy Spirit has been offered you again and again.
The Need of the Holy Spirit; Final Events
2002 . . .
The world church received an amazing article through the Adventist Review (April 25, 2002) entitled “1888 and All That …” It claims that in the four-volume Ellen G. White 1888 Materials (1821 pages) there is a “sharp contrast between Ellen White’s theology regarding 1888 and the so-called 1888 message.” The author claims that almost nothing in this E. G.
1998 . . .
Dr. George R. Knight publishes, A User-Friendly Guide to the 1888 Message. This 183-page book repeats much that appeared in his previous publications. The existence of 1888 Re-examined seems to annoy the author and furnish him with a thesis to condemn.
1994 . . .
Dr. Roy Adams (Associate Editor of the Adventist Review) published The Nature of Christ, a new example of vindictiveness never before seen in Seventh-day Adventist church publications. The most noted apostates in Adventist history have never been maligned with the vengeance this treatise heaps upon Elder M. L. Andreasen and the authors of 1888 Re-examined.
1989 . . .
After but two years George R. Knight brings to the church another treatise, Angry Saints, with seven chapters, six built upon the idea of “Crisis.” The stated theme is “essentially a study of Adventist history.” This volume is a sequel to his 1987 book, From 1888 to Apostasy: The Case of A. T. Jones, but it adds some 19 specific derogatory references to the authors of 1888 Re-examined.
1980 . . .
Selected Messages, book three, was released by the Ellen G. White Publications containing a supplied 33-page editorial account of the Minneapolis Conference. As was done in the 1962 edition of Testimonies to Ministers, the compilers inserted seven pages of their ideas to condition the reader. The section is introduced by “A Statement Presenting the Historical Backgrounds.” Twice, reference is made to a vote not being taken on the issues. “No conference actions were taken” (p.