The Fake Controversy - New, expanded 2nd edition It has been extolled as "God's final message to the world" and the "truth for the end of time". The author, Ellen G. White, prophetess of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, claimed divine inspiration for the book: "While writing the manuscript of The Great Controversy, I was often conscious of the presence of the angels of God. And many times the scenes about which I was writing were presented to me anew in visions of the night, so that they were fresh and vivid in my mind." Is this book, like the Bible, a divinely inspired writing, the product of visions and angelic communications? Or is it a cleverly disguised fraud, pieced together from the writings of other authors, contradicting both the Bible and known historical facts? Does the Great Controversy paint an accurate picture of history? Or does it rewrite history, slanting the facts, and blurring reality in order to promote a sect's secret agenda?
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