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(For more recent examples of evangelistic deception, click here) That was 20 years ago. Inside I found advertisements for "Discovery Bible Studies" and "Keys to Happiness Studies" but the words "Adventist", "SDA", or "Seventh-day" did not appear anywhere in the book. Even if someone managed to read the fine print, it is still obscure--we don't know if it was Edward White, or Earl White, or Ellen White!
On a tiny footnote on the bottom of the first page, in text so small it was barely legible, I found the words "Text by E. Why don't they just put it on the cover of the book "Written by Ellen G.
Hello friend, this is Brother Anderson, and I want to personally welcome you to the final study on Adventist Truth versus Bible Truth!
This study is a little different, because I am going to share with you from my own personal experience of 33 years in the SDA Church why I believe that Seventh-day Adventism may be dangerous to your spiritual life.
The portions removed contained teachings that Adventist leaders decided were no longer "truth".
People who read the "revised" versions of the visions had no idea that what they were reading had been altered, and key damaging passages had been removed. It appears to me that there is much more anxiety to prevent a possible shock to some trustful people than to correct error. The way your mother's [Ellen White's] writings have been handled and the false impressions concerning them, which is still fostered among the people, have brought great perplexity and trial to me.
On Pentecost did Peter and John stand up and pretend like they were non-Christians in order to gain the people's confidence?
Elder Carter loved to hold crusades, and he would rent out public halls and advertise himself as an expert lecturer on archeology.
He would never mention anything about Ellen White in his crusades, even though she was mentioned regularly in Sabbath School and church services at his church.
When Adventists hold a crusade or evangelistic campaign, they generally attempt to hide who they are from the general public.
Often they hold the meetings in a neutral public venue, such as a meeting hall, and they do not mention who they are or what church they are representing.