InMinistry MAPMin Class

 GSEM534 - Issues in Ellen G White Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professor: Denis Fortin, PhD
Date: November 10-14, 2013
Location: Northern New England Conference Office (Westbrook, Maine)

 

Course Description:

Issues in Ellen G. White Studies looks into contemporary issues related to the ministry and writings of Ellen White.  Among the issues discussed in this course are: Ellen White’s role and ministry, her understanding of her inspiration and her authority, her methods of writings and use of theological and historical sources, her use of literary assistants, rules of hermeneutics for her writings, her role in the development of Adventist doctrines and lifestyle, and her relevance for today’s Seventh-day Adventist Church.

 

Class Resources:

   Reservation Form
   Syllabus
   Location Information

Attendee List:

  1. Jeffery Abatayo 
  2. Steven Brownell (CEU)
  3. Greg Carlson (CEU)
  4. Jonathan Cross
  5. Paulette Heinlein
  6. Amanda Johnston
  7. Easton Marks
  8. Arnet Mathers (CEU)
  9. Brian Milano (CEU)
  10. Dorrin Patillo
  11. Cornel Preda
  12. Kevin Robert
  13. Edrol Sandy (CEU)

 

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