Weird Adventist Stories — Adventist Voices

Alisa Williams and Julius Nam join me to each tell and discuss stories from the less well-known history of Adventism. Alisa shares a story of a planted letter at the Ellen G. White Estate vault about a fake prophet (and attempted murderer) and Julius take us to Korea where an American missionary became an international pariah for punishing a young boy for stealing an apple.

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There are numerous Weird, and fantastic stories in Ellen White writings if one is interested to read!


And then… there was 2015 GC. It’s hard to believe that it was 5 whole years ago.


The claim that Ellen White’s ghost home was miraculously spared by God, while some church property and pastors’homes suffered the fury of the raging glass fire sounds more than weird!

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