The Prophet and Her Critics: A Striking New Analysis Refutes the Charges that Ellen G. White "borrowed" the Health Message

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Pacific Press Publishing Association, 2005 - Religion - 127 pages
In 1848 Ellen White had her first health vision, primarly against the us of tabacco. Her major health vision came in June 1863, from which sprang the basice concepts comprising the health message that Sevent-day Adventis advocate today. Questions have been raised, however, about the true source of that health message. Was Ellen White dependent on other helath reform publications available at the time, or did God truley reveal the health principles to her as she claimed? In other words, was the health message inspired or borrowed? In The Prophet and Her Critics, Leonard Brand and Don McMahon answeer these and other questions about the inspiration, nineteenth-century health reforms, and Ellen White's views on sexual realtionships, plagiarism, and more, while examining the accusations of Mrs. White's most vocal detractors. The result is new evidence vindicating both the message and the messenger.

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