Read Between the Lines Introducing a series that gives you access to all of Ellen White’s letters, diaries, and manuscripts, together with explanatory notes. The notes provide an intriguing, new level of illumination to the text. You learn: the date of composition the identity of the addressee biographical sketches of the main characters background of events and issues mentioned in the text definitions of archaic expressions, such as “plank road,” and “snug dealing.” descriptions of hymns, poems, and other literary pieces that are only alluded to.
Read more at the source: The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts With Annotations
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