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E. J. Waggoner (eBook)



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By Gilbert M. Valentine

ISBN: 9780812751222 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2008

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Ellet Joseph Waggoner—his very name resonates with controversy. Over the years he withstood severe opposition from some prominent Adventist leaders and enjoyed hearty commendation from others. He received both stern rebuke and emphatic support from Ellen White. His theological contributions shaped—and divided—the Adventist Church. His staunch admirers point to him as a defender of unpopular truth, while his detractors reject his doctrinal views as heresy.

But who was E. J. Waggoner, the man?

Waggoner was first a physician, but his career veered into full-time denominational ministry only a few years after his graduation. In the space of his industrious lifetime he served the Adventist Church as a prolific writer, dedicated editor, faithful pastor, innovative evangelist, gifted teacher, stalwart religious liberty activist, and, most notably, outspoken advocate of “Christ and His righteousness.”

His theology underwent a perilous transformation later in his life, however, and this compromised his ethics. Sadly, the ensuing scandal proved the downfall of a once fervently devoted laborer for Christ.

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Ellet Joseph Waggoner—his very name resonates with controversy. Over the years he withstood severe opposition from some prominent Adventist leaders and enjoyed hearty commendation from others. He received both stern rebuke and emphatic support from Ellen White. His theological contributions shaped—and divided—the Adventist Church. His staunch admirers point to him as a defender of unpopular truth, while his detractors reject his doctrinal views as heresy.

But who was E. J. Waggoner, the man?

Waggoner was first a physician, but his career veered into full-time denominational ministry only a few years after his graduation. In the space of his industrious lifetime he served the Adventist Church as a prolific writer, dedicated editor, faithful pastor, innovative evangelist, gifted teacher, stalwart religious liberty activist, and, most notably, outspoken advocate of “Christ and His righteousness.”

His theology underwent a perilous transformation later in his life, however, and this compromised his ethics. Sadly, the ensuing scandal proved the downfall of a once fervently devoted laborer for Christ.

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Gilbert M. Valentine


Gilbert M. Valentine, PhD, is professor and chair of the Department of Administration and Leadership at La Sierra University in Riverside, California.-á He has both taught and served in senior administration in Adventist higher education in Pakistan, England, Thailand, and Australia, as well as in his home country, New Zealand. He has written extensively in the area of Adventist History.-á His previous publications include W.W. Prescott: Forgotten Giant of Adventism's Second Generation (2005) and The Struggle for the Prophetic Heritage (2006).