For decades, the Seventh-Day Adventist Church has defended Ellen G. White against any sort of criticism—labeling anyone who critically examines her statements as being bitter, angry, confused, and taking her out of context. But is this the case?
Ellen White claimed to be shown by God–on numerous occasions–the day and hour of Jesus Christ’s return, that the door of mercy was shut to the whole world and salvation was no longer possible outside of their small flock, that her words are equal with scripture, and a whole host of other all-or-nothing claims. We will look at her claims to her status as the “Lord’s Messenger”, a number of her failed prophecies, and a number of errors and bible contradictions she made.
We will do by by examining of over 70+ of her statements and show beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Adventist Church is not being forthright. To use her own words: “God and Satan never work in copartnership. The testimonies either bear the signet of God or that of Satan” and “whatever contradicts God’s Word, we can be sure proceeds from Satan”.
Was Ellen White a messenger of light or darkness? Let’s find out…