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How Was Ellen White Influenced the Seventh-day Adventist Church?

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Ellen G.White was a prolific 19th - century author and a co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist church. The visions she had, the prophecies she formed and the corresponding religious texts written played a significant role in the formation of the beliefs upheld by the denomination. This report will aim to investigate the importance of her teachings and whether they are still relevant to today’s modernistic society.

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Christianity Seventh-day Adventist Church Seventh-day Adventist theology Protestantism Ellen G. White Adventism Investigative judgment Hans Karl LaRondelle Seventh-day Adventist Interfaith Relations Ellen G. Whites Paul A Gordon William Miller Andrew McChesney Jesus Christ Ellen G.White
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Christianity Seventh-day Adventist Church Seventh-day Adventist theology Protestantism Ellen G. White Adventism Investigative judgment Hans Karl LaRondelle Seventh-day Adventist Interfaith Relations Ellen G. Whites Paul A Gordon William Miller Andrew McChesney Jesus Christ Ellen G.White
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The visions she had, the prophecies she formed and the corresponding religious texts written played a significant role in the formation of the beliefs upheld by the denomination. This report will aim to investigate the importance of her teachings and whether they are still relevant to today’s modernistic society. Secondary Research: The Seventh-day Adventist church is a Millennialist Protestant Christian denomination formed in 1863 by the co-founders Joseph. Bates, James. White, John N. Andrews and Ellen Gould. White.1 2 The Church bases its teachings from the Bible and emphasises Jesus’s second coming. The church’s name has a significant meaning to followers, with Seventh-day referring to the day of rest (Sabbath), and Advent meaning the second coming of Jesus.3 While reading scripture, William Miller, an Advent preacher during the 1800’s, calcul...
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