The Great Controversy (the book)

Do you think the world is getting better or worse?

Unsurprisingly, a huge majority of people today believe the world is getting worse. Maybe this global pessimism is the result of a culture bathed in bad news, or maybe we inherently know an earth-shaking truth: something is deeply wrong with our planet, and we are powerless to fix it.

The Great Controversy not only unveils the origin of human degradation, but also discloses the titanic struggle raging below the din of pandemics and peril, corruption and carnage, murder and mayhem. In its pages we will learn about a war between good and evil that began long before the dawn of human history. Hatred, disease, violence, and death are the by-products of this conflict, and all of us are affected.

In this astonishing work we will discover that evil has a face, good has a Champion, and sin has an end. The book covers the last 2,000 years of Christian history and shows both how prophecies have been fulfilled and how they are still being fulfilled today.

If you want to prepare for the end of this world and the glorious world to come, you must read this book.

Ellen Gould White (1827–1915) is the most translated woman writer in history, and the most translated American author of either gender. She was the author of forty books and more than five thousand periodical articles. In 2015, Smithsonian Magazine, the main publication of the Smithsonian Institution, named Ellen G. White among its “100 Most Influential Americans of All Time.”

Read The Great Controversy online, download it or order a free hard copy from ADC. Available in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

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