Original title: Myths in Adventism: An Interpretive Study of Ellen White, Education, and Related Issues
Author: George R. Knight
Subject/Genre: Studies on Adventism
Publisher: Reformation Herald Publishing Association
Size: 6x9 inches
Was Ellen White as inflexible as some of her followers? Are the sacred and the secular two realms or one? How is ignorance related to godliness? Just how evil (or good) are human beings? Are big schools more effective than small ones? Was Ellen White really 100 years ahead of her time? George R. Knight examines these and many other provocative questions in this insightful book.
About the Author:
George R. Knight, Ph.D., is a professor of church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary and author of many books, including Angry Saints, Anticipating the Advent, The Pharisee's Guide to Perfect Holiness, From 188 to Apostasy, A User-friendly Guide to the 1888 Message, Millennial Fever, and the four volumes that comprise his Ellen White series, Meeting Ellen White, Reading Ellen White, Ellen White's World, and Walking With Ellen White.
He is also the general editor of the Abundant Life Bible Amplifier commentary series and the author of the Adventist Heritage Series (A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists, A Search for Identity: The Development of Seventh-day Adventist Beliefs, and Organizing to Beat the Devil: The Development of Adventist Church Structure.)
Although his first love is Adventist church history, he also enjoys writing books on topics and has written two daily devotionals: Walking With Jesus on the Mount of Blessing and Walking With Paul Through Romans.