Author: R. J. Wieland
Publisher: Glad Tidings Publishers
Edition: Revised and Enlarged
Size: 6 x 9 inches
Much has been published by the official Adventist press about "1888," but this book has a special purpose. Now the 1888 messengers are allowed to tell the Adventist grand jury in their own words in ample context what their message actually was (and is). Its controversial Good News ideas are not glossed over, but faced head-on.
Following are the topics covered in the book:
Author: R. J. Wieland & D. K. Short
Publisher: 1888 Message Study Committee
Edition: Revised edition
Size: 7 x 10 inches
Written by Robert J. Wieland and Donald K. Short, this influential and landmark document portrays a century of confrontation between God and his people. The calling and the destiny of the Seventh-day Adventist church are explored in depth. Here Ellen White bears testimony of what really happened over 100 years ago, and reveals hope for victory in the "great controversy."
On Tuesday, May 7, 1889 Ellen G. White arrived at the Ottawa Kansas Camp Meeting, where combined meetings for organization, delegations and conference work was being done.
This Camp Meeting took place approximately six months after the historic 1888 General Conference at Minneapolis and the passionate sermons given by Alonzo T. Jones, Mrs. White, and others have given clearer insights to the 1888 message.
Author: Ellet J. Waggoner
Subject/Genre: SDA Pioneer Writings
Publisher: Glad Tidings Publishers
Size: 5.5x8.5 inches
English: Christ and His Righteousness
¿Cuál es el verdadero significado de la rectitud por la fe? ¿Cómo puede ser esto prácticamente se aplica a nuestras vidas? ¿Estamos obligados a continuar en esta ronda de pecado y arrepentimiento, el arrepentimiento y el pecado para siempre? Este libro ofrece respuestas prácticas a estas preguntas y más. Usted será bendecido por las respuestas.
Original title: Intro to 1888 Message
Author: R. Wieland
Publisher: Teach Services INC.
En la Asamblea de la Asociacion General Adventista que tuvo lugar en 1888, los pastores A.T. Jones y E. J. Waggoner presentaron un mensaje de justificacion por la fe, que resulto ser causa de notable controversia. El mensaje no fue bienvenido pro muchos de los delegados.
El libro cubre los temas siguientes:
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Author: Ellen G. White
Publisher: E. G. White Estate, Inc.
Size: 8.5x11x3.75 inches
The Ellen G. White 1888 Materials consists exclusively of Ellen G. White letters, manuscripts, articles, and sermons that relate directly or indirectly to the Ministerial Institute and General Conference Session held by Seventh-day Adventists in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from October 10 to November 4, 1888. No General Conference Session in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has undergone such analysis and scrutiny, or has elicited as much comment as the 1888 meeting.
In most cases the entire manuscript or letter has been included even though only a portion may be germane to this subject.
This collection is not a compendium on the subject of righteousness by faith. Ellen White preached often on justification and sanctification by faith in the years following 1888, but only those sermons in which reference was made to the Minneapolis conference are included here.
To all who seek to understand the 1888 event from God's perspective, we recommend the study of these letters, manuscripts, articles, and sermons. We believe they will serve as a helpful guide to every Seventh-day Adventist who desires to benefit from lessons our spiritual ancestors learned or failed to learn one hundred years ago.
The material is organized by date. Each item is identified in the contents by date, reference, and title or addressee. There is a listing of persons addressed in this collection with the position held during the time of the communication and an index to document location.
Volume 1: Feb. 18, 1887 to Oct. 1889, p. 1 - 446
Volume 2: Oct. 1889 to Mar. 1891, p. 447 - 916
Volume 3: Mar. 1891 to May 30, 1895, p. 917 - 1368
Volume 4: June 6, 1895 to Nov. 23, 1910, p . 1369 - 1812