The Adventist Classic Library Series makes available a standardized, highly attractive, and reasonably priced set of reprints of some of the most important books published in the Seventh-day Adventist tradition. Volumes provide facsimile reprints or new typesets with high-quality foil-stamped cloth binding.
Each volume contains a scholar's introductory essay explaining why the book was important when it was published and why it has continuing importance today. As a reference point of general knowledge about the Advent movement, this impressive series makes an important and powerful contribution to Adventist self-understanding among church workers and lay people.
Whether read for information or inspiration, this series will edify and continue to attract readers throughout the twenty-first century. Titles currently in print include the following:
Questions on Doctrine (Edited and with an introduction by George R. Knight)
Life Incidents by James White (Introduction by Jerry Moon)
Autobiography of Joseph Bates by Joseph Bates (Introduction by Gary Land)
Memoirs of William Miller by Sylvester Bliss (Introduction by Merlin D. Burt)
Historical Sketches of the Foreign Missions of the Seventh-day Adventists (Introduction by George R. Knight)
Second Advent History by Isaac Wellcome (Introduction by Gary Land)