Are Seventh-day Adventist historians using illegitimate historical revisionism to rewrite our churches historical belief about God? Let’s look at George Knight’s article entitled “Adventists and change.”
Daniel and the Revelation Comparative Study book seeks to simplify and clarify the changes that were made in the 1944 edition so the reader can better understand what Uriah Smith wrote compared to what the editors added, changed or deleted in the 1944 edition.
For those people who are looking to do further research into Uriah Smith’s 1897 book Daniel and the Revelation I am trying to verify that EGW Research 2008 Software contains the original 1897 version of the book and not the 1944 or any later version. It was nice to see the editor’s note regarding the book:
Today I came across interesting information on the reason why the Book “Daniel and the Revelation” was revised and so called “corrected”. The answer can be plainly stated in LeRoy Froom’s book “Movement of Destiny” page 422 under the sub heading “Revision of Daniel and the Revelation Inevitable” I quote: The next logical and inevitable step
Listed below are only a few of the changes and revisions that took place in chapter 2 of the Uriah Smith’s book “Daniel and the Revelation 1944 version. The paragraph below was deleted from the 1944 version p.31. Daniel and the Revelation, 1904, p.34-35 The paragraph below was deleted from the 1944 version p.32.
On Sabbath morning I was searching the internet for the name LeRoy Froom who is a Seventh-day Adventist minister and historian who lived 41 years ago and I came across an article from Terry Hill (A research paper on the history of the trinity doctrine within the early Christian Church and within Seventh-day Adventism – Section 42) Terry