The Great Controversy

Ellen G. White

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The Great Controversy is a book by Ellen G. White, first published in 1858. White was one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is seen as a messenger of God by it's adherents. She was a controversial figure to some others however, because of her claim of having visions. In the book, the author explores the theme of the eternal fight between Jesus Christ and Satan, which started in heaven, continues here on earth, and which will end at the Second Advent of Christ. White wrote the book after recieving a vision that she felt that she must write out. It begins with a bit of history about Jerusalem, and then goes on to cover the Reformation and the Advent movement, and ends with a description of the end times. It also contains, as one would expect, information about key doctrines of the Seventh-day Adventists. Still a hugely popular book, there have been four main editions - this is the 1888 edition.

This book has 237,808 words, 383 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1858. This edition was published in 1888.

Production notes: This ebook of The Great Controversy was published by Global Grey on the 4th April 2018 and updated on the 1st October 2021. The artwork used for the cover is 'Christ Rising from the Tomb' by Gaudenzio Ferrari.

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