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Two of these four required the blood to be sprinkled before the veil, and two required the meat to be eaten so that through the priest's body, the sins would be transferred in figure into the sanctuary. Where the confusion lies in Ellen White's statement is when she says "the most important part of the daily ministration was the service performed in behalf of individuals. But if one reads the entire chapter or at least the preceding 2 pages it becomes clear that she means the sacrifice for "individuals" whether they be leaders or priests or common citizens as opposed to the ongoing morning and evening sacrifice, the incense burning, and what was done with the shewbread.
These were sacrifices and ceremonies that were performed morning and evening, and were different than when a priest, leader, common citizen or the congregation committed an additional sin on their own. It is the very next sentence after they end the quote. It is unfortunate and confusing to readers that this statement was left out. The statement, for all to read, is " In some cases the blood was NOT taken into the holy place; but the flesh was then to be eaten by the priest, as Moses directed the sons of Aaron, saying 'God hath given it to you to bear the iniquity of the congregation.
Both ceremonies alike symbolized the transfer of the sin from the penitent to the sanctuary. How much more clearly could she have stated it? Ellen White chose to play up on the method that was used for one half of the four situations, because it most clearly points to Jesus' blood. But she did not leave out the fact that this was not done on all of them.
This clear statement, coupled with a reading of the entire chapter, shows that Ellen White by no means contradicted the Bible. Keep in mind that if she knew that in some cases the blood was not to be sprinkled before the veil, then she knew when it was not to be sprinkled before the veil. This is in perfect harmony with the Bible. His features were to be like those of other human beings, and he was not to have such beauty of person as to make people point him out as different from others" Christ Our Saviour, p.
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EGW: No "No one, looking upon the childlike countenance, shining with animation, could say that Christ was just like other children" Questions on Doctrine, p. Bible: Yes "He grew up before him like a tender shoot, and like a root out of dry ground. He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him. In the first quote Ellen White is talking about Christ's facial features just as Isaiah is.
In the second quote she is stating the obvious: that His ordinary face "shining with animation" from the love that poured freely to all around Him, was unlike the other kids. While they were most likely complaining about their chores or arguing or doing all of the other things we all did as children, Christ stood out in that He was constantly the picture of heavenly love. His facial features were not extraordinarily handsome yet His countenance was always kind and "shining with animation. So shall it be! We disagree with certain denominations that claim that Jesus was a "lesser God" created by the Father.
We maintain that He was one with the Father from eternal ages past and Ellen White continually expressed this view. Now let's look at the quote above in its context: "Christ left His position in the heavenly courts, and came to this earth to live the life of human beings.
This sacrifice He made in order to show that Satan's charge against God is false--that it is possible for man to obey the laws of God's kingdom. Equal with the Father , honored and adored by the angels, in our behalf Christ humbled Himself, and came to this earth to live a life of lowliness and poverty--to be a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. Yet the stamp of divinity was upon His humanity. He came as a divine Teacher, to uplift human beings, to increase their physical, mental, and spiritual efficiency.
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Yet we know that He came to this earth and lived as a man among men. The Deity did not sink under the agonizing torture of Calvary, yet it is nonetheless true that "God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
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So what did she mean then that Jesus wasn't "Lord God Almighty"? The key word here is "Almighty" not whether or not Jesus was "truly God" as the heading of this allegation suggests. He Satan also stated he was the angel that stayed the hand of Abraham as the knife was raised to slay Isaac" Selected Messages, vol. This is merely more detailed information. As with so many of these, when such details are given, the information is immediately classified as a contradiction.
Even atheists who try to tear the Bible apart don't fault the Scriptures in this manner. For example: In Jude verse 9 we read: "Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the devil he disputed about the body of Moses, durst not bring against him a railing accusation, but said, The Lord rebuke thee.
Jude also speaks of Enoch prophesying about the Lord coming "with ten thousands of his saints, to execute judgment upon all We have no record of Enoch saying any such thing in the writings of Moses, yet we believe Jude. They commended him to Jesus" Desire of Ages, p. It was Judas Iscariot, a man who professed to be a follower of Christ. He now came forward soliciting a place in this inner circle of disciples.
He hoped to experience this through connecting himself with Jesus" Desire of Ages, pp. Judas Iscariot, who became a traitor. Then Jesus replied, 'Have I not chosen you, the Twelve? You did not chose me, but I chose you" Luke ; John ; The other disciples, when they heard his plea, "commended him" not "chose" to Jesus, then Jesus chose him to actually become one, though knowing where it would lead.
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EGW: Yes " His weight had broken the cord by which he had hanged himself to the tree. In falling, his body had been horribly mangled, and dogs were now devouring it. His remains were immediately buried out of sight;" Desire of Ages, p. Bible: No "So Judas threw the money into the temple and left. Then he went away and hanged himself.
Again, there must be conflicting accounts for there to be a contradiction and the Bible says nothing that would cause us to think that dogs eating Judas' flesh would be unlikely. Ironically these very texts are sometimes used by skeptics to point out a "contradiction" in the Bible. One passage says Judas "hanged himself," the other says he bought a field and "fell headlong, his body burst open and his intestines spilled out. On the surface there appear to be two different accounts of how Judas actually died.
Believers know that these two passages do not contradict each other, but simply give different details. These are the same types of allegations so often brought against Ellen White. EGW: Yes "At the Suggestion of Herod, a crown was plaited from a vine bearing sharp thorns, and this was placed upon the sacred brow, of Jesus; and an old tattered purple robe, once the garment of a king, was placed upon his noble form. Bible: No "Then Herod and his soldiers ridiculed and mocked him.
Ellen White describes the tattered robe as " once the garment of a king. Ellen White made herself very clear here. It is doubtful the mocking Herod would have lent one of his own new robes for such shameful treatment, especially considering that the robe was going to go "back to Pilate" on Jesus and would probably be lost and torn even worse in the process. But Jesus fainted beneath the burden. Three times they laid on him the heavy cross, and three times he fainted" Spiritual Gifts, vol. Again we see that any details that are given are called contradictions. There must have been a reason Simon was compelled to carry the cross.
Satan told Christ EGW: No "As soon as Christ began his fast, Satan appeared as an angel of light, and claimed to be a messenger of heaven. He told him it was not the will of God that he should suffer this pain and self denial" Christ Our Saviour p. But the glory departed, and He was left to battle with temptation. For forty days he fasted and prayed Now he supposed he could overcome Christ.
And in those days he did eat nothing: and when they were ended, he afterward hungered. And the devil said unto him, If thou be the Son of God, command this stone that it be made bread. In the third Ellen White statement above she is quoting Luke almost word for word. With this particular allegation we are forced to make a decision: either Matthew was inspired and Luke and Ellen White were not inspired and in error , or Luke and Ellen White give a more detailed account of what happened, revealing that some temptations began during the 40 days and not after.
Matthew like Ellen White in that fourth quote simply focused on the first of the three main temptations listed in his and Luke's books. John doesn't mention this encounter at all, and Mark just says "And he was there in the wilderness forty days, tempted of Satan; and was with the wild beasts; and the angels ministered unto him.
White contradicts the Bible and confuses the mind.
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The Bible says nothing about Satan coming to tempt Jesus before his fast or tempting him for forty days, but after fasting forty days the tempter came to Jesus. EGW: NO "His hands stretched upon the cross; the hammer and the nails were brought, and as the spikes were driven through the tender flesh, All those who knew him, including the women who had followed him from Galilee, stood at a distance, watching these things the crucifixion.
The women who had come with Jesus from Galilee followed Joseph and saw the tomb and how his body was laid in it" Luke , 49, These things happened so that the scriptures would be fulfilled: 'Not one of his bones will be broken'" John , There are two issues addressed here: 1 Mary led away from the Cross No, the Bible doesn't say that Mary was led away from the scene.
It also doesn't say that she stayed there for every part of the heartbreaking event. A continued reading of the reference above Spiritual Gifts, Vol.
When one was crucified, that is how it was done. Every Christian has seen illustrations of Jesus on the Cross and this is certainly not an Ellen White concoction some claim the nails were actually driven through the wrists, but even this would require them to go "through" the bone. Jesus Himself backs up all of this when He appears to the hiding disciples after the Resurrection. They fear he is a ghost and he tells them to "behold my hands and my feet" and then "he shewed them his hands and his feet. Some may say that this was not to show the nail prints, but rather to show that He had flesh.
They had told him that Jesus had shown them the nail prints in His hands and feet. Then when Jesus appears to Thomas He tells him to examine His hands and side the spear scar , which Thomas does, and then believes verse Now, having established that Jesus definitely had the nails go through His hands and feet see also Isaiah ; Psalm ; Zech , we must ask ourselves if they ever went "through" the bone. No matter where the nails were driven they must have encountered a bone and thus they still had to go "through" bones somehow in order to pierce Jesus to the cross.
When the Bible speaks of not one of Christ's bones being broken Psalm , it clarifies just what it meant in John , where we see that when the soldiers came around to break the legs bones of those who had been crucified that day, they didn't break Christ's bones for He was already dead. The Bible makes no mention of what specifically happened biologically when the nails were driven through His hands and feet.
But even if God miraculously preserved the bones in Christ's hands and feet, it doesn't change the biblical fact that the nails went "through" them. This again is really about semantics.