The Great Controversy

The Great Controversy is more than the story of the millennial struggle between good and evil

The Great Controversy

The Great Controversy is more than the story of the millennial struggle between good and evil. It is the key to understanding the future of events and divine plans for our world and for the universe. It is one of the most important books of Seventh-day Adventism.In this app you will find historically how the powerful and invisible hand of God has been guiding and weaving all your faithful children throughout the history of this world. But in addition you will be able to realize how the history of the humanity will finish in these last times with the glorious return of the Lord Jesus to this earth.Some chapters l:- Destruction of Jerusalem- Persecution in the First Centuries- The Apostasy- Huss and Jerome- Luther’s Separation from Rome- Luther Before the Diet- The Swiss Reformer- The French Reformation- In the Netherlands and Scandinavia- Later English Reformers- The Bible and the French Revolution.................Ellen White (November 26, 1827 – July 16, 1915) was a prolific author, writing more than 40 books and 5000 periodical articles during her lifetime. Today there are over one hundred 50,000 manuscript pages of her writings. She was one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, believed by many readers to have the spiritual gift of prophecy described in the Bible.White was considered a somewhat controversial figure by his critics, with much of the controversy centered on his reports of visionary experiences and the use of other sources in his writings. She experienced her first vision shortly after the Great Millerite Disappointment of 1844. Historian Randall Balmer has described White as "one of the most important and colorful figures in the history of American religion." Walter Martin described it as "one of the most fascinating and controversial characters ever appeared on the horizon of religious history"Mrs. White's visions provided the basis for the Adventist movement to consider that the "gift of prophecy" was manifested in her, which endowed her writings of great importance to the believers of this denomination.Ellen G. White promoted vegetarianism as well as the evangelization and spread of Adventism in different parts of the world.We respect the copyright, A work goes into the public domain when the patrimonial rights have expired. This usually happens after a deadline has passed since the death of the author (post mortem auctoris). The minimum term, worldwide, is 50 years and is established in the Berne Convention. Many countries have extended this period widely. For example, in European law, it is 70 years since the death of the author. Once that time has passed, such work can then be used in free form, respecting moral rights.Remember to check out the More Apps section and you'll be amazed with wonderful free apps to feed faith and soul

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