Ellen G. White Writings

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The Great Controversy 1888, Table of Contents

Publisher's Preface a
Author's Preface c
Table of Contents v
Chapter 1—Destruction of Jerusalem 17
Chapter 2—Persecution in the First Centuries 39
Chapter 3—The Apostasy 49
Chapter 4—The Waldenses 61
Chapter 5—John Wycliffe 79
Chapter 6—Huss and Jerome 97
Chapter 7—Luther's Separation from Rome 120
Chapter 8—Luther Before the Diet 145
Chapter 9—The Swiss Reformer 171
Chapter 10—Progress of Reform in Germany 185
Chapter 11—Protest of the Princes 197
Chapter 12—The French Reformation 211
Chapter 13—In the Netherlands and Scandinavia 237
Chapter 14—Later English Reformers 245
Chapter 15—The Bible and the French Revolution 265
Chapter 16—The Pilgrim Fathers 289
Chapter 17—Heralds of the Morning 299
Chapter 18—An American Reformer 317
Chapter 19—Light Through Darkness 343
Chapter 20—A Great Religious Awakening 355
Chapter 21—A Warning Rejected 375
Chapter 22—Prophecies Fulfilled 391
Chapter 23—What is the Sanctuary? 409
Chapter 24—In the Holy of Holies 423
Chapter 25—God's Law Immutable 433
Chapter 26—A Work of Reform 451
Chapter 27—Modern Revivals 461
Chapter 28—The Investigative Judgment 479
Chapter 29—The Origin of Evil 492
Chapter 30—Enmity Between Man and Satan 505
Chapter 31—Agency of Evil Spirits 511
Chapter 32—Snares of Satan 518
Chapter 33—The First Great Deception 531
Chapter 34—Spiritualism 551
Chapter 35—Character and Aims of the Papacy 563
Chapter 36—The Impending Conflict—Its Causes 582
Chapter 37—The Scriptures a Safeguard 593
Chapter 38—The Final Warning 603
Chapter 39—“The Time of Trouble” 613
Chapter 40—God's People Delivered 635
Chapter 41—Desolation of the Earth 653
Chapter 42—The Controversy Ended 662
Appendix 679