SECOND EDITION—NEWLY UPDATED—"Well-read, well-connected, or very insightful” is the American History professor’s response to Ellen White’s Civil War “testimonies.” In the 150th anniversary year of the American Civil War’s end and Lincoln’s death and the 100th anniversary year of Ellen White’s death comes Journeying to the Same Heaven: Ellen G. White, the Civil War, and the Goal of Post-Racialism.
Teachers will find it useful in discussing the moral basis for the American Civil War. New and long-time Seventh-day Adventists will find its affirmation of Ellen White’s counsels reassuring. White Seventh-day Adventists will find its recounting of African American history revealing. African American Seventh-day Adventists will find its candidness refreshing.
Posted by E. K. on 4th Feb 2017
Your most recent book on post-racialism, etc. is truly amazing. Every SDA ought to read it. And I'm glad to own a copy. (Actually, I'm still in the endnotes, finishing those for chapter 5).
Continued blessings to you and yours,
Marcie [Anderson King]
Posted by Sue H. on 9th Nov 2015
I could not put this book down once I began reading it. The material was fascinating as history unfolded before me on the civil war, abolishing slavery, and how the church responded to the call of sharing God's message during such challenging times of prejudice. This is a MUST read for all. I absolutely loved this book. skh
Posted by David C. on 13th Jun 2015
Well-written and heavily footnoted--those can be fun to read too!