In this third annual Adventist Archives Lecture, David F. Holland discusses his current research into Mary Baker Eddy and Ellen White. He notes that history matters now to Seventh-day Adventists because the theological story of salvation mattered to White. A professor of New England church history at Harvard Divinity School since 2013, Holland's talk "New Works in Many Languages: Ellen G. White, the urgency of translation, and an Adventist way of being in the world" was delivered via Zoom on October 22, 2021. The lectureship is a partnership between the Washington Adventist University Honors College and the General Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research.
Alexander Carpenter is executive editor elect of Spectrum
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