Hallucination or Vision?


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Simul Justus Et Peccator: Sounds adhominem to me, Little Nartéa.

Little Nartéa: It’s from an Adventist.
 She was epileptic, that could account to the visions she hallucinated.

Simul Justus Et Peccator: That’s quite inaccurate—Adventist Currents is a discontinued magazine which was published INDEPENDENTLY by progressively-minded Seventh-day Adventists from 1983 until 1988. So basically, this magazine was not an authorized by Church.

By the way, that allegation is not new so it has been answered by Donald I. Peterson, see his response: http://www.whiteestate.org/issues/visions.html

Little Nartéa: You should study the report.
 It’s not adhom but a scientific finding on the hallucinations of EGWhite.

Simul Justus Et Peccator: I have already read the article by Molleurus Couperus, “The Significance of Ellen White’s Head Injury” Adventist Currents 1:6 (June 1985). Fortunately, it has been answered by Donald I. Peterson, see again his response: http://www.whiteestate.org/issues/visions.html

Thus, it will become an adhominem if you will still insist the allegation even though it has been proven wrong. Blessings!

See also: Free e-Book: Ellen G. White and Her Critics (amologetics.wordpress.com)

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