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William Clarence (W. C.) White: His Relationship To Ellen G. White And Her Work, Jerry Moon Jan 1993

William Clarence (W. C.) White: His Relationship To Ellen G. White And Her Work, Jerry Moon

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The topic. William Clarence White (1854-1937), third son of Seventh-day Adventist founders James and Ellen G. White, was for thirty-four years his mother's counselor, editor, and spokesman. He was alleged by some to stand in a manipulative relationship to his mother and her work, a charge she denied.

The purpose. The purpose of the study was to describe, analyze, and evaluate W. C. White's relationship to his mother and her work during her lifetime. This purpose required the development of a partial biographical sketch of W. C. White as a context for understanding his relationship to his mother ...