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Someone may read a bit about the Shut-door on either a pro or anti- Ellen White web site and wonder if either side is really giving them the whole picture about what Seventh-day Adventists and Ellen White believed about the Shut-door during 1845-1854.It is my hope that my extensive quoting and footnoting of many Adventist papers, both Open-door and Shut-door, during this ten year time frame will give the reader the necessary context in which to evaluate what the Seventh-day Adventist pioneers, including Ellen White, believed the Shut-door to have meant during 1844-1851.If Christ, at his ascension, entered the heavenly Most Holy Place as our high priest, bringing the blood of his once and for all sacrifice, then what if anything did happen in 1844?If nothing happened in 1844, how then can Ellen White be a true prophet of God?For those who were a part of the historic Worldwide Church of God, this man was a polarizing figure.There were some that loved him and some that hated him.I thrilled at what I read of the work of Christ as my High Priest but I was puzzled at how the book of Hebrews could be reconciled with the traditional 1844 SDA sanctuary doctrine.
However, the average Seventh-day Adventist or others interested in testing Ellen Whites prophetic claims still may have difficulty getting access to the actual Adventist papers mentioned above, which published her early visions or to the Open-door Adventist papers that were opposed by James and Ellen White, Joseph Bates, and others who would become founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
For me, I admired him for standing up for historic Christian faith but at the same time disagreed with him on other things.
I met him personally during his visit to Toronto, Ontario, Canada at The People’s Church back in 1999.
He was very cordial and was nice enough to autograph his book Christianity In Crisis in which he bestowed God’s blessing for me.
Hank Hanegraaff, President of the Christian Research Institute (an Christian apologetics ministry that focuses on cults and aberrant groups) since 1989 upon the death of it’s founder Walter Martin has reportedly became Eastern Orthodox .Original Sin, their view on atonement (Christus Victor) vs.Penal Substitution and even if one can no longer be honestly annhilationist, their view of hell (sorry Dennis, I’m not taking the next step and becoming an absolute universalist) .My new found joy in knowing that I had eternal life through Christ Jesus my Lord lead me to an intense time of Bible study.