On Monday, April 2, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., the Ellen White Issues Symposium will be held in the chapel of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary on the campus of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. The purpose of this annual symposium is to break new ground in understanding Ellen White and issues relating to her life, ministry, and prophetic gift that have current importance.
The speakers this year are Alberto Timm (Associate director of the Ellen G. White Estate), Howard Weems (Director of the E. G. White Research Center, Oakwood), Bruce Bauer (Director of the Doctor of Missiology Program, Andrews University), and Andrew Tompkins (PhD candidate, Andrews University).
The structure of the symposium has elements of academic formality. A paper will be presented with a prepared response followed by a brief response from the presenter(s). The papers presented are published in a journal that is available at a reasonable cost from the Center for Adventist Research.
At the meeting there is an opportunity to submit questions relating to Ellen White and current issues. An attempt is made to discuss as many of these question as time will allow in the afternoon.
Symposium Program Archive
Symposium News Archive
- Publications and Research Theme of Symposium 6 October 2014
- 2013 Ellen White Issues Symposium 19 March 2013
- Fifth Annual Ellen White and Current Issues Symposium 6 April 2009
- Third Annual Ellen White and Current Issues Symposium 21 April 2007