All material contained in this book is FULLY DOCUMENTED. There are no falsehoods or misrepresentations concerning Ellen G. White, the Seventh Day Adventist movement or their doctrine. All quotes are taken directly from Ellen G. White's writings, newspaper & historical documentation or the Bible.
Although much more could be written about Ellen G. White and the Seventh Day Adventist movement, this compilation has been kept as brief as possible in order to highlight the most important facts about this dangerous cult.
ELLEN G. WHITE CONTRADICTS the BIBLE
(again and again)
Truth or Fable
"And they shall turn away their ears from the truth,
and shall be turned unto fables."
(2 Timothy 4:4)
A Partial List (pp. 1- 8) Compiled by:
Pastor Sydney Cleveland,
former Pastor of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Robert K. Sanders,
former Elder and 37 year member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
There is one straight chain of truth without one heretical
sentence in that which I have written."
(Ellen G. White, Letter 329A, 1905)
Ellen White was one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist church back in the middle 1800s. She claimed to receive communications from God through visions, dreams, and angelic visitors. Though long dead, Ellen White continues to hold the role of prophetess, and is commonly referred to as "the Lord's Messenger" to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
As a denomination, Seventh-day Adventists have long believed themselves to be the "successor and completer" of the Protestant reformation. They have long proclaimed themselves as "people of the Book," a reference to their belief that all their doctrines are grounded in the Bible. This is why, when debating doctrinal points with Christians, Seventh-day Adventists are quick to pull out their Bibles to "prove" that they alone have the "truth." However, the Adventist eagerness to open their Bibles is strangely lacking when it comes to the teachings and writings of Ellen White; thus the need for this material.
Examples of Ellen White Contradicting the Bible is written as a direct challenge to Ellen G. White's followers to simply compare her writings to the Bible. Seventh-day Adventists are fond of quoting Isaiah 8:20: "To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them." Mark it carefully, this text did not say there is some light in them, it said "there is no light in them!" Now, on the basis of Isaiah 8:20 let us see if Ellen White agrees with the supreme definer of truth: the Bible. If she does, then there is truly "light" in her. If she does not agree with the Bible, then she is a false prophet.