Did Ellen White change her concept of the Godhead or her understanding of Christ's nature during her ministry as some have suggested?
In Ellen White and the Trinity, Pastor Jan Voerman faithfully addresses this topic by interpreting Ellen White's statements on the subject of the Godhead in their chronological and literary context.
Those who assume that Ellen White taught different views of Christ's nature over the years will find this book very insightful.
Writing for the scholar and non-scholar alike, Pastor Voerman confirms the consistency of Ellen White's statements on the Trinity and affirms God's guidance in equipping the Seventh-day Adventist Church for its mission of sharing the good news of His love with the world.
There is a preview of this book available (link will open in a new window).
Jan Voerman has served as a pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than thirty-five years. Although retired, Pastor Voerman continues to preach, write books and articles, and study with people. He and his wife live in the small village of Geesbrug in the northern part of the Netherlands. In his spare time, Pastor Voerman built a small pipe organ for his home.
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Posted by Edward P. on 28th Aug 2016
Great thank u G-d BLESS
Posted by TEACH on 11th Nov 2014
TEACH Services received the following review:
"I gladly recommend Pastor Jan Voerman's book on Ellen White and the Trinity. It is unique in its treatment of the subject and is concise. It deals with the important passages in Ellen White's writings and is faithful to Ellen White's writings within their historical and literary context, and it simply makes good sense!"
~ Kevin Morgan, Pastor, Warrensville Seventh-day Adventist Church