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by Walter T. Rea
Walter Rea discovered that she had plagiarized from them (rather A polemic against Ellen White by an erstwhile devoté, who had seen her as a prophetess of nearly canonical proportions; to the point that he had committed her works to memory, much as one might do with the Scriptures - until, after having exhausted all of her printed works, he resorted to study of.
Walter Rea, The White Lie. - Turlock: M & R Publications, 1982: 40. - Turlock: M & R Publications, 1982: 409. Contents: Foreword, Prologue, How to change History, Go Shut the Door, Say It Isn't So. .We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.
His findings created turmoil in the Adventist Church regarding the inspiration and authority of White, who is believed to have had a unique spiritual gift of prophecy.
THE WHITE LIE by Walter Rea. (M. & R. Publications, Turlock, California 1981). Against the emotionally charged backdrop of this theological rift, Walter Rea’s book, The White Lie, makes its volatile debut. Since its inception through the influence of its visionary founder Ellen G. White, Seventh-Day Adventism has been fraught with dissension and controversy.
The White Lie reveals a portion of Walter Rea's evidence that much of what several generations have been .
The White Lie reveals a portion of Walter Rea's evidence that much of what several generations have been taught concerning Ellen White's writings simply is not true - or at the minimum, it is enormously overstated. I personally have great respect and gratitude to Walter Rea for exposing the "prophetess" for what she really was.
Walter Rea -The White Lie. Walter Re. As he wrote in his 1982 book, The White Lie, Used in all Seventh-day Adventist schools and colleges as authoritative on Old Testament matters, Patriarchs and Prophets has been accepted by Adventists as the final word. Walter Rea. We first had occasion to speak with Walter Rea, the author of The White Lie, around January of 2000. No deviation from this norm is accepted in matters of ideas concerning Creation, geology, theology, or Christology.
Ellen White forgot about the conversation, but a few days later Elder Andrews came to the home with a copy of Paradise Lost and offered it to her.
by Walter Rea. With the turn of the century to the 1800s the world had a lot of patching up to do. America had had her contest with Britain and was on the doorstep of becoming a nation. The European continent was staggering to its feet after another bruising and exhausting fight with itself, not unlike what had been going on for centuries. Ellen White forgot about the conversation, but a few days later Elder Andrews came to the home with a copy of Paradise Lost and offered it to her. She was busily engaged in writing the Great Controversy vision as ~t had been shown her. She took the book, hardly knowing just what to do with it.
Rea's findings are pretty irrefutable. However, the Seventh-day Adventist church has spent decades refuting them in defense of the "prophetess" upon whose plagiarized writings the church's doctrine is entirely based.
The White Lie. Walter T. Rea, 1982. New York Times - "Walter Rea has inflamed the issues confronting the cult with incontrovertible evidence he provides in The White Li. (p. 1, 1982). Chapter 1 How to Change History. Chapter 2 Go Shut the Door. Chapter 3 The early development of how Ellen White became known as a prophet! Chapter 4 Gone - but Not Forgotten. Chapter 5 That High shelf - Patriarchs and Prophets. Time Magazine - "The White Lie is a bomb shell which has shocked the church.