Date of Award


Embargo Period


Degree Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts (Theology) MA(Theol)


Arts & Theology


Ministry and Theology

First Advisor

Arthur J. Ferch


The purpose of this thesis is to define the methods Ellen White employed in interpreting the Olivet Discourse; and further to review the exposition that grew out of these methods. Once these methods have been identified and the exposition defined, these will then be contrasted and compared with other writers. These writers have been classified under four headings: the Millerite lecturers; Seventh-day Adventist writers; non-Seventh-day Adventist authors whose books were in her libraries, and finally non-Seventh-day Adventist authors whose books were not in her libraries.


Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)

Andrews University, School of Graduate Studies, Avondale Campus, 1981.

Published with permission from Andrews University.

Staff and Students of Avondale College may access a print copy of this thesis from Avondale College Library (226.90601 Si3)

Recommended Citation

Sills, R. H. (1981). The interpretation of the Olivet discourse by Ellen G. White and her contemporaries (Master's thesis). Andrews University, Avondale Campus, Australia: Andrews University.

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