The Great Controversy (White)

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The Great Controversy  (1911) 
by Ellen G. White
  1. The Destruction of Jerusalem (17)
  2. Persecution in the First Centuries (39)
  3. An Era of Spiritual Darkness (49)
  4. The Waldenses (61)
  5. John Wycliffe (79)
  6. Huss and Jerome (97)
  7. Luther's Separation From Rome (120)
  8. Luther Before the Diet (145)
  9. The Swiss Reformer (171)
  10. Progress of Reform in Germany (185)
  11. Protest of the Princes (197)
  12. The French Reformation (211)
  13. The Netherlands and Scandinavia (237)
  14. Later English Reformers (245)
  15. The Bible and the French Revolution (265)
  16. The Pilgrim Fathers (289)
  17. Heralds of the Morning (299)
  18. An American Reformer (317)
  19. Light Through Darkness (343)
  20. A Great Religious Awakening (355)
  21. A Warning Rejected (375)
  22. Prophecies Fulfilled (391)
  23. What is the Sanctuary? (409)
  24. In the Holy of Holies (423)
  25. God's Law Immutable (433)
  26. A Work of Reform (451)
  27. Modern Revivals (461)
  28. Facing Life's Record (479)
  29. The Origin of Evil (492)
  30. Enmity Between Man and Satan (505)
  31. Agency of Evil Spirits (511)
  32. Snares of Satan (518)
  33. The First Great Deception (531)
  34. Can Our Dead Speak to Us? (551)
  35. Liberty of Conscience Threatened (563)
  36. The Impending Conflict (582)
  37. The Scriptures a Safeguard (593)
  38. The Final Warning (603)
  39. The Time of Trouble (613)
  40. God's People Delivered (635)
  41. Desolation of the Earth (653)
  42. The Controversy Ended (662)


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