In 1919, shortly after Ellen White’s death, participants in a Bible Conference talked openly about the nature of Ellen White’s inspiration and her role in the church. Many were troubled by, and openly discussed, Ellen White’s borrowing and extensive use of writers and editors.

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The conversation was so candid that the notes from it were put away, and forgotten. Aage Rendalen was a student at Andrews University when he inadvertently became the source for releasing the newly-found notes. 

 
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