For the benefit of our readers who may wish to investigate
further some of the subjects that have been dealt with but briefly in this
book, we list the following publications.
General Doctrinal Books
Bible Readings for the Home, by various Bible students. Revised
ed. Review and Herald, 1949. 768 pages.
A topical study of the Bible in the popular question-and-answer form, with the
answers taken almost entirely from the Bible. The great doctrines of the church
and the study of prophecy are thoroughly set forth.
Drama of the Ages, by William H. Branson. Southern Publishing Association,
1950. 584 pages.
God's plan for saving man from sin, and how it is working out in the history of
God Speaks to Modern Man, by Arthur E. Lickey. Review and Herald, 1952. 635
An evangelistic presentation of gospel truth, with special emphasis on God's
message for these closing days of earth's history.
Our Firm Foundation, A Report of the Seventh-day Adventist Bible Conference,
Sept. 1-13, 1952. Review and Herald. 2 vols. 1,403 pages.
The papers presented at the Bible Conference covered many features of basic
Seventh-day Adventist belief.
The Bible Made Plain, Review and Herald, 1922. 96 pages.
A series of short Bible studies on certain fundamentals of Bible doctrine.
The Faith of Jesus, by M. L. Andreasen. Review and Herald, 1939, 1949. 574
What Jesus believed and taught is what the church should believe and teach. All
Christians may unite on the platform of the faith of Jesus.
The Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary. 7 vols. Review and Herald,
A verse-by-verse study of the Scriptures, with general articles in each volume
covering Bible chronology, history, archeology, antiquities, principles of
What Jesus Said, by H. M. S. Richards. Southern Publishing Association, 1957.
Christ-centered doctrines of the Bible and their application to the problems of
Specific Doctrinal Books
Behold the Man, by Taylor G. Bunch. Southern Publishing
Association, 1946. 190 pages.
The sufferings of Christ from Gethsemane to Calvary, with a special study of
His Hebrew and Roman trials.
Following the Master, by M. L. Andreasen. Southern Publishing Association,
1947. 95 pages.
Fundamentals of the Christian life are clearly set forthconfession,
restitution, witnessing, sanctification, prayer, and meditation.
From Sabbath to Sunday, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Review and Herald, 1928. 96
A discussion of the historical aspects of the Sabbath question, showing how,
when, why, and by whom the change was made from the seventh to the first day of
God and I Are Partners, by Denton E. Rebok. Review and Herald, 1951. 128 pages.
The principle of tithing and how it works out in the Christian's experience.
God's Holy Day, by M. L. Andreasen. Review and Herald, 1949. 118 pages.
The place that the Sabbath holds in the Christian's life, in history, and in
God's last-day plans.
His Cross and Mine, by Meade MacGuire. Review and Herald. 1927. 192 pages.
The true meaning of the sacrifice for sin told in a way to lead the Christian
into the ultimate victory of the surrendered life.
How Men Are Saved, by W. H. Branson. Southern Publishing Association, 1941. 128
A simple yet forceful presentation of the plan of salvation and its practical
application to men today.
Law or Grace? by Louis K. Dickson. Southern Publishing Association, 1937. 96
The proper attitude toward the law for the Christian today.
Life, Death, and Immortality, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Southern Publishing Association, 1952. 408
A thorough discussion of the nature of man and his relationship to immortality.
Origin of Sunday Observance, by Walter E. Straw. Review and Herald, 1939. 118
The influence of Gnosticism and opposition to Judaizing in the establishment of
Sunday observance in the Christian church.
Our Lord's Return, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Southern Publishing Association, 1948.
The second advent of Christ in promise and prophecy.
Signs of Christ's Coming, by William A. Spicer. Review and Herald, 1941. 96
An exposition of Matthew 24 and the signs which indicate that Christ's coming
Spiritism and the Bible, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Southern Publishing Association,
1949. 96 pages.
The Bible teaching in regard to Spiritism and supposed communication with the
The Book of Hebrews, by M. L. Andreasen. Review and Herald, 1948. 568 pages.
A verse-by-verse study of the Epistle to the Hebrews, with special emphasis on
the heavenly sanctuary and its place in Christian theology.
The Christian Sabbath, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Southern Publishing Association,
1949. 95 pages.
Is the Christian Sabbath Saturday or Sunday?
The Coming King, by Arthur S. Maxwell. Pacific Press, 1953. 128 pages.
The signs of Christ's second coming convincingly presented.
The Coming of the Comforter, by LeRoy E. Froom. Review and Herald, 1949. 320
Studies on the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the individual Christian.
The Holy Spirit, by W. H. Branson. Southern Publishing Association, 1933. 160
The personality and work of the Holy Spirit, and His place in the life of the
The Law and the Sabbath, by Allan Walker. Southern Publishing Association,
1953. 240 pages.
The relationship between the law and the Sabbath in Christian theology.
The Lord's Day, by Calvin Edwin Moseley, Jr., Southern Publishing Association,
1949. 93 pages.
A Biblical presentation of the Sabbath-Sunday question.
The Lord's Day the Test of the Ages, by Milton Charles Wilcox. Pacific Press,
1931. 96 pages.
The whole world is to be tested on its relationship to the Sabbath command.
The Other Side of Death, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Southern Publishing Association,
1944. 95 pages.
The whole question of human immortality considered from the standpoint of the
teachings of Scripture.
The Printing Press and the Gospel, by Edwin R. Palmer. Review and Herald, 1947.
2d ed., revised. 223 pages.
A modern demonstration of the place of the printed word in God's plan for the
dissemination of gospel truth.
The Sabbath: Which Day and Why? by M. L. Andreasen. Review and Herald, 1942.
A thorough discussion of the Sabbath, its moral obligation, and its place in
the final events of earth.
The True Sabbath, by Roy F. Cottrell. Southern Publishing Association 1942. 96
The Sabbath from creation to the last crisis of the world.
The Way to Christ, by W. H. Branson. Review and Herald, 1948. 126 pages.
Salvation through the merits of Jesus Christ is clearly set forth in this
When a Man Dies, by Carlyle B. Haynes. Review and Herald, 1948. 128 pages.
An explanation of the Bible teaching regarding human immortality, the nature of
man, the state of the dead, and the future life.
Daniel and the Revelation, by Uriah Smith. Revised ed., Review
and Herald Pacific Press, and Southern Publishing Association, 1944. 830 pages.
A verse-by-verse study of the prophecies of Daniel and the Revelation.
The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers, by LeRoy Edwin Froom. Review ant Herald,
1946-1954. 4 vols. 3,966 pages.
A study in the historical development of prophetic interpretation from
pre-Christian expositors and the apostolic period to the third quarter of the
Unfolding the Revelation, by Roy Allan Anderson. Pacific Press, 1953. 216
Evangelistic studies in the book of Revelation.
Books by Ellen G. White
Patriarchs and Prophets, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1890
(original date). 793 pages.
This is the first volume in the Conflict of the Ages Series. It covers the
story of God's dealings with men from creation to the last years of David's
Prophets and Kings, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1917. 753 pages.
Volume 2 of the Conflict of the Ages Series. Continues the Old Testament
account from Solomon to Malachi.
The Desire of Ages, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1898. 863 pages.
The life of Christ in this book constitutes the third volume of the Conflict
Series. The purpose of the book is to set forth Jesus Christ as the One in whom
every longing may be satisfied.
The Acts of the Apostles, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1911. 630 pages.
Volume 4 in the Conflict Series carries the New Testament story from the
ascension of Christ to the end of the apostolic age.
The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan, by Ellen G. White. Pacific
Press, 1888. 718 pages.
In this last volume of the Conflict Series, the conflict of the ages is traced
through the Christian dispensation to the present, with a look into the future
as revealed in the prophecies of the Bible.
Christ's Object Lessons, by Ellen G. White. Review and Herald, 1900. 436
The lessons which Jesus taught in His parables are applied to Christianity
Counsels on Stewardship, by Ellen G. White. Review and Herald, 1940. 372
Man's responsibility to render to God a due return for the material benefits
which he receives from Heaven.
Education, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1903. 320 pages. The principles of
true education for the Christian.
Fundamentals of Christian Education, by Ellen G. White. Southern Publishing
Association, 1923. 576 pages:
Selections from the author's published writings in periodicals and special
pamphlets on the subject of education for the Christian.
Gospel Workers, by Ellen G. White. Review and Herald, 1915. 534 pages.
Instruction for all who are "laborers together with God."
Steps to Christ, by Ellen G. White. Review and Herald, 1892 (original date).
A simple account of the steps necessary for the sinner to take as he comes to
Christ and accepts Him as a personal Saviour.
The Ministry of Healing, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1905. 540 pages.
General principles of healthful living and welfare work for the sick.
The Sanctified Life, by Ellen G. White. Review and Herald, 1937. 110 pages.
A discussion of the Bible doctrine of sanctification.
The Sufferings of Christ, by Ellen G. White. Review and Herald, no date. 47 pages.
The condescension of Christ in consenting to suffer and die for lost mankind is
set forth with understanding, sympathy, and skill.
Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing, by Ellen G. White. Pacific Press, 1900.
172 pages, latest standard edition.
The Sermon on the Mount is here set forth in its spiritual application to the
Answers to Objections, by Francis D. Nichol. Review and Herald,
1952. 895 pages.
The common objections raised to the teachings of Seventh-day Adventists and how
they may be answered from the Scriptures.
Ellen G. White and Her Critics, by Francis D. Nichol. Review and Herald, 1951.
A candid discussion of the life and ministry of Ellen G. White, her call to the
prophetic office, and the objections that have been brought against her work by
those who questioned her calling.
In Defense of the Faith, by William H. Branson. Review and Herald, 1933. 398
The truth about Seventh-day Adventists in a reply to Canright.
The Midnight Cry, by Francis D. Nichol. Review and Herald, 1944. 576 pages.
A defense of the character and conduct of William Miller and the Millerites,
who mistakenly believed that the second coming of Christ would take place in
the year 1844.
Denominational History and Polity
Captains of the Host, by Arthur W. Spalding. Review and Herald,
1949. 704 pages.
Christ's Last Legion, by Arthur W. Spalding. Review and Herald, 1949. 784
A two-volume history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Captains of the Host
brings the history up to 1900.
Church Manual. General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, 1951.
Officially adopted handbook of instruction for Seventh-day Adventist church
leaders, covering organization, membership, discipline, finance, duties of
officers, and fundamental beliefs.
Evolution and Creationism
Common Sense Geology, by George McCready Price. Pacific Press,
1946. 239 pages.
Geology from the viewpoint of a creationist.
Evolution, Creation, and Science, by Frank Lewis Marsh. Review and Herald,
1944, 1947. 381 pages.
The author discusses creationism from the viewpoint of a biologist, with
special emphasis on "species" and the Genesis "kind."
Genesis Vindicated, by George McCready Price. Review and Herald, 1941. 313
A discussion of evolution and creationism.
Studies in Creationism, by Frank Lewis Marsh. Review and Herald, 1950. 421
An able defense of creationism in the light of scientific facts, in which the
author shows that some views held by creationists are both un-Biblical and
unscientific, and entirely unnecessary to the support of the Bible doctrine of
Problems and Research
Problems in Bible Translation, by a committee. Review and
Herald, 1954. 316 pages.
A study of certain principles of Bible translation and interpretation, together
with an examination of several Bible texts in the
light of these principles, in the atmosphere of interest aroused by the most
recent translations of the Bible.
Sunday in Roman Paganism, by Robert Leo Odom. Review and Herald, 1944. 272
The story of the introduction of the religious observance of Sunday into the
pagan Roman world, as revealed in classical literature and the Greek and Latin
The Chronology of Ezra 7, by Siegfried H. Horn and Lynn H. Wood. Review and
Herald, 1953. 160 pages.
A special study of the date of the decree of Artaxerxes Longimanus in the
seventh year of his reign.
American State Papers and Related Documents on Freedom in
Religion. First edition compiled by William Addison Blakely. Fourth edition,
revised. Review and Herald, 1949. 915 pages.
Laws and court decisions dealing with religion and religious liberty, with
extended notes. Useful to every lover of freedom.