The Great Controversy
by Ellen G. White
Publisher: Harvestime Books 1998
Number of pages: 738
The classic of church history-- from Christ's time down to our own,--and beyond. A careful selection of significant events that show what really happened back then--and why--and what it means to us today. Using the past to explain the present,--it then goes into detail about what is just ahead.
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