Selected Bibliography

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Abbott, George K. The Witness of Science to the Testimonies of the Spirit of Prophecy, revised edition. Mountain View, Calif.: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1948. (Hereafter, PPPA)

Ahlstrom, Sydney. A Religious History of the American People. New Haven, Conn.: Yale

University Press, 1972.

Anderson, Godfrey T. Outrider of the Apocalypse, Washington, D. C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1971. (Hereafter, RHPA)

Baker, Delbert W. The Unknown Prophet. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1987.

Bates, Joseph. Autobiography of Elder Joseph Bates. Battle Creek, Mich.: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1868.

Battistone, Joseph. The Great Controversy Theme. Berrien Springs, Mich.: Andrews University Press, 1978.

Bettmann, Otto. The Good Old Days—They Were Terrible! New York: Random House, 1974.

Bloom, Harold. The American Religion. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993.

Branson, W. H. In Defense of the Faith. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1933.

Bull, Malcolm and Keith Lockhart. Seeking a Sanctuary. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1989.

Canright, Dudley M. Seventh-day Adventism Renounced. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1889.

Christian, Lewis H. The Fruitage of Spiritual Gifts. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1947.

Clark, Jerome. 1844. (Three volumes.) Nashville, Tenn.: Southern Publishing Association, 1968. (Hereafter, SPA).

Coon, Roger. A Gift of Light. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1983.

____, Ellen G. White and Vegetarianism. Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1986.

____, Heralds of New Light. Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1987.

____, The Great Visions of Ellen G. White. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1992.

Cousins, Norman. Anatomy of an Illness. New York: W. W. Norton, 1979.

____, Head First: The Biology of Hope. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1989.

____, The Healing Heart. New York: Avon Books, 1984.

Damsteegt, P. Gerard. Foundations of the Seventh-day Adventist Message and Mission.

Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1977.

Daniells, Arthur G. Christ Our Righteousness. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1941.

____, The Abiding Gift of Prophecy. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1936.

Dayton, Donald W. and Robert K. Johnston, eds. The Variety of American Evangelicalism. Downers Grove, Ill.: Inter Varsity Press, 1991.

Delafield, D. A. Ellen G. White in Europe, 1885-1887. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1975.

Douglass, Herbert E. The End. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1979.

____, ed. What Ellen White Has Meant to Me. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1973.

Durand, Eugene F. Yours in the Blessed Hope, Uriah Smith. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1980.

Ellen G. White Estate. I’d Like to Ask Sister White . . . Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1965.

Folkenberg, Robert S. We Still Believe. Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1994.

Froom, LeRoy E. Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1950.

____, The Conditionalist Faith of Our Fathers. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1965.

Gaustad, Edwin, ed. The Rise of Adventism. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

Gish, Ira and Harry Christman. Madison: God’s Beautiful Farm. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1979.

Goldstone, S. Ross. The Angel Said Australia. Warburton, Victoria, Australia: Signs Publishing Company, 1980.

Gordon, Paul A. Herald of the Midnight Cry. Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1990.

____, My Dear Brother M . . . Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1997.

____, The Sanctuary, 1844, and the Pioneers. Hagerstown, Md.: 1983.

Graham, Roy. Ellen G. White, Co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. New York: Peter Lang, 1985.

Graybill, Ronald. Mission to Black America. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1971.

____, E. G. White and Church Race Relations. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1970.

Grotheer, William H. The Holy Flesh Movement. Florence, Miss.: Adventist Laymen’s Foundation of Mississippi, Inc., n.d.

Haloviak, Bert. “In the Shadow of the ‘Daily’: Background and Aftermath of the 1919 Bible and History Teachers Conference,” unpublished manuscript, November 1979.

____, “Pioneers, Pantheists, and Progressives,” unpublished manuscript, June 1980.

Haynes, Carlyle B. The Gift of Prophecy. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1931.

Hetzell, M. Carol. The Undaunted: The Story of the Publishing Work of Seventh-day Adventists. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1967.

Hewitt, Clyde E. Midnight and Morning. Charlotte, N. C.: Venture Books, 1983.

Holbrook, F. B., ed. Issues in the Book of Hebrews. Silver Spring, Md.: Biblical Research Institute, 1989.

____, ed. Symposium on Revelation, Book 1, Silver Spring, Md.: Biblical Research Institute, 1992.

Hook, Milton. “The Avondale School and Adventist Educational Goals.” Doctoral dissertation, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Mich., 1978.

Horn, Siegfried, ed. Seventh-day Adventist Bible Dictionary, revised edition. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1979.

Hudson, Winthrop S. The Great Tradition of the American Churches. New York: Harper & Row (Torchbooks), 1963.

Hyde, Gordon, ed. A Symposium on Biblical Hermeneutics. Washington, D. C.: Biblical Research Institute, 1974.

Jemison, T. Housel. A Prophet Among You. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1953.

Johns, Warren L. and Utt, Richard, eds. The Vision Bold. Washington, D. C.: RHPA. 1977.

Johnson, Carrie. I Was Canright’s Secretary. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1971.

Johnson, Charles A. The Frontier Camp Meeting. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1955.

Kohn, Alfie. No Contest. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986.

Knight, George R. Angry Saints. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1989.

____, ed. Early Adventist Educators. Berrien Springs, Mich.: Andrews University Press, 1983.

____, ed. 1844 and The Rise of Sabbatarian Adventism. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1994.

____, Meeting Ellen White. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1996.

____, Myths in Adventism. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1985.

____, Reading Ellen White. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1997.

____, Millennial Fever. Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1993.

Land, Gary, ed. Adventism in America. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1986.

____, The World of Ellen G. White. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1987.

Latourette, K. S. A History of the Expansion of Christianity, vol. 4. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1941.

Lesher, Richard. Ellen G. White’s Concept of Sanctification. Doctoral dissertation, New York University, 1970.

Lewis, Richard B. Streams of Light. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1958.

Loughborough, John N. The Great Second Advent Movement. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1905.

____, Rise and Progress of the Seventh-day Adventists. Battle Creek, Mich.: General Conference Association of Seventh-day Adventists, 1892.

Maxwell, C. Mervyn. Tell It to the World. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1976.

____, Magnificent Disappointment. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1994.

McArthur, Harvey K. and Robert M. Johnston. They Also Taught in Parables. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Publishing House, 1990.

Moon, Jerry Allen. W. C. White and Ellen G. White, The Relationship Between the Prophet and Her Son. Berrien Springs, Mich.: Andrews University Press, 1993.

Neufeld, Don, ed. Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia, revised edition. Washington, D.C: RHPA, 1976.

Nichol, Francis D. Ellen G. White and Her Critics. Washington, D. C: RHPA, 1951.

____, The Midnight Cry. Washington, D. C: RHPA, 1944.

____, Why I Believe in Mrs. E. G. White. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1964.

Nichols, Thomas Low. Forty Years of American Life: 1821-1861. New York: Stackpole Sons, 1937.

Nissenbaum, Stephen. Sex, Diet, and Debility in Jacksonian America. Chicago, Ill.: The Dorsey Press, 1980.

Numbers, Ronald L. Prophetess of Health. New York: Harper & Row, 1976.

Numbers, Ronald L. and Jonathan M. Butler, eds., The Disappointed. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 1987.

Olson, A. V. Thirteen Crisis Years. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1981. (Reprint of Through Crisis to Victory, 1966.)

Olson, Robert W. 101 Questions on the Sanctuary and on Ellen White. Washington, D.C: Ellen G. White Estate, 1981.

Oosterwal, Gottfried. Mission: Possible. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1972.

Osborn, Ronald E. The Spirit of American Christianity. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958.

Paulien, Jon. What the Bible Says About the End-Time. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1994.

Peterson, Donald I. Visions or Seizures: Was Ellen White the Victim of Epilepsy? Nampa, Idaho: PPPA, 1988.

Provonsha, Jack. A Remnant in Crisis. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1993.

Rebok, Denton Edward. Believe His Prophets. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1956.

Reid, George W. A Sound of Trumpets. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1982.

Ricchiuti, Paul B. Ellen. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1977.

Rice, George. Luke, a Plagiarist? Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1983.

Rice, Richard. The Reign of God. Berrien Springs, Mich.: Andrews University Press, 1985.

Robinson, Dores Eugene. The Story of Our Health Message. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1943.

Robinson, Ella M. S. N. Haskell, Man of Action. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1967.

Robinson, Virgil E. James White. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1976.

Schaefer, Richard A. Legacy: The Heritage of a Unique International Medical Outreach. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1977.

Schwarz, Richard W. “John Harvey Kellogg: American Health Reformer,” Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1964.

____, John Harvey Kellogg, M. D. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1970

____, Light Bearers to the Remnant. Mountain View, Calif.: PPPA, 1979.

Shaw, Horace. “A Rhetorical Analysis of the Speaking of Mrs. Ellen G. White, A Pioneer Leader and Spokeswoman of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.” Doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich., 1959.

Smith, H. Shelton, Robert T. Handy, Lefferts A. Loetescher. American Christianity: An Historical Interpretation With Documents. New York: Charles Scribners’s Sons, 1963.

Spalding, Arthur W. Origin and History of Seventh-day Adventists. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1961.

Spicer, William A. The Spirit of Prophecy in the Advent Movement. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1937.

Steinweg, Virginia. Without Fear or Favor. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1979.

Teel, Charles W., Jr., ed. Remnant & Republic. Loma Linda, Calif.: Center for Bioethics, 1995.

Utt, Walter C. A Mountain, a Pickax, a College. Angwin, Calif.: Alumni Association of Pacific Union College, 1968.

Valentine, Gilbert M. The Shaping of Adventism. Berrien Springs, Mich.: Andrews University Press, 1992.

Vande Vere, E. K. The Wisdom Seekers. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1972.

Wallenkampf, Arnold V. What Every Adventist Should Know About 1888. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1988.

Weeks, Howard B. Adventist Evangelism in the Twentieth Century. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1969.

Wellcome, Isaac C. History of the Second Advent Message. Boston, Mass.: Advent Christian Publication Society, 1874.

Wieland, Robert J. The 1888 Message, an Introduction. Nashville, Tenn.: SPA, 1980. (Revised and enlarged, 1978.)

____, and Donald K. Short. 1888 Re-examined, Revised and Updated. Leominister, Mass.: The Eusey Press, 1887.

White, Arthur L. Ellen G. White (Six-volume biography). Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1981-1986.

____, Ellen G. WhiteÑThe Human Interest Story. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1972.

____, The Ellen G. White Writings. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1973.

____, Messenger to the Remnant. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1969.

White, James. Life Incidents in Connection With the Great Advent Movement. Battle Creek, Mich.: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1868.

____, A Word to the Little Flock. Gorham, Maine: James White, 1847.

Whidden, Woodrow W. Ellen White on Salvation. Hagerstown, Md.: RHPA, 1995.

Wilcox, F. M. The Testimony of Jesus. Washington, D. C.: RHPA, 1934.

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