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Is there Supernatural Evidence for White's Visions?
Bible Test #1 - Prophecies Must be Fulfilled:
Bible Test #2 - A Prophet's Writings Cannot Contain Falsehood:
nonsda.org will present the following evidence:
In Ellen White's own words: "When God gives you clear evidence that the vision is from Him, you may accept it, but do not accept it on any other evidence."
--The Review and Herald, May 25, 1905
The Israel Dammon Incident The story of the arrest and trial of one of Ellen White's closest associates reveals wild religious fervor in the early meetings attended by the visionary Ellen Harmon
Visions Explained What caused Ellen White's visions? Why did they drop in frequency during the 1860s and stop altogether in the 1870s?
Eyewitness Accounts Statements from a number of eyewitnesses who observed Mrs. White in vision. Includes Joseph Bates, Isaac Wellcome (an Adventist minister), Lucinda Burdick (a minister's wife), and more.
You Should See Their Faces! One popular Adventist legend is that Mrs. White used supernatural strength to loft a heavy Bible above her head for a long period of time while in vision. Is this true?
How Did She Know? Who told Ellen White the secret sins of others? How did she know about things happening in America when she was in Australia?
Mrs. White's Failed Prophecies Failed predictions about future events
The Doubters Surprising statements made by Adventist leaders expressing doubt about Mrs. White's "visions"
Physician's review of Ellen White's Head Injury
Visions or Partial-Complex Seizures By Delbert H. Hodder, M.D. Shows there is an astonishing similarity between Mrs. White's "visions" and a type of seizure called "psychomotor" or "partial-complex" seizure. (Evangelica, Nov. 1981).
Visions or Partial-Complex Seizures? Abstract presented by Dr. Delbert Hodder and Dr. Gregory Holmes at the 1981 meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.
The Mind of Ellen White Psychologist Dr. Janet Numbers and Historian Dr. Ronald Numbers evaluate the evidence of psychological problems in Mrs. White's private and public life.
Mercury Poisoning - Examines the evidence showing that Mrs. White may have suffered from mercury poisoning.
Research into Mrs. White's medical condition by D.M. Canright. Includes surprising statements from Mrs. White herself, a statement from an SDA physician familiar with her case, and plenty of medical documentation.
Ellen White's medical condition as described by Walter Rea in The White Lie. As with all of Elder Rea's work, this information is fully documented and explained in Elder Rea's distinctive style.
M.G. Kellogg, M.D., Statement on Mrs. White's Health A statement on Mrs. White's health by an SDA physician
The Ailing Health Instructor Would you trust a health instructor who was often ill, and did not even follow her own instructions? This article exposes the sickening truth about Ellen White's health.
Civil War Predictions Do Mrs. White's statements about the Civil War prove she was a prophet of God? Do they contain any insight that was not readily available to everyone else?
The Salmananca Vision - This vision has been touted as evidence of Ellen White's prophetic foreknowledge. But what is the truth? A lengthy, in-depth scholarly study of the source documents, circumstances and events surrounding the Salmananca vision.
The Avondale Furrow Tale - The Avondale furrow has been cited as a prime example of how God worked through Mrs. White to guide the SDA Church. What are the true facts in this case?
The "Saints" are not Seventh-day Adventists - Ellen White's early vision proves Adventists are not the end-time "Saints"
Other Visionaries - A fascinating study into the many other visionists who claimed to receive visions during Ellen White's era. Examine the similarities in manifestations and message.
Kindred Prophetess - Interesting similarities between the prophetess Ellen G. White and prophetess Maria B. Woodworth-Etter are examined.