About the Book
This volume, The Bible from Heaven: A Summary of Plain Arguments for the Bible and Christianity, first published in 1878 by Dudley Canright, is a series of discussions regarding vital tenets of the Bible, written in simple and accessible language so that anyone who reads it can understand. Its thirty chapters set forth valuable arguments in behalf of Bible truth. Topics include evidence of an almighty Creator, an infinite God, the universal desire to worship, God’s care for His creations, man’s need for God, comparison of Biblical religion with false religions, and many more.
James White said, “This valuable work is needed everywhere, and not being denominational, can be, and will be, widely circulated. … We bespeak for it the influence of all who love our old-fashioned, blessed Bible.”
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About the Author
Dudley Marvin Canright (1840–1919). The early years of Canright’s involvement in the Seventh-day Adventist church were full of hope and youthful enthusiasm for this new Sabbath movement, introduced to him through the preaching of James White in New York state in 1859. After serving as James White’s secretary, Canright entered the ministry and was an evangelist and minister for over 20 years, during which time he was elected to the General Conference Executive Committee and as president of the Sabbath School Association of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
During the 1886 General Conference session, Canright became involved in a Biblical disagreement with the brethren and, in 1889, he decided to leave the church and asked for his membership to be removed from the books.
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