Ellen White, the Pen and the Paper
The inspiration of the Holy Spirit from vision to publication and questions of integrity
In 1933 W. C. White, son of Ellen White, and D. E. Robinson, one of Ellen White’s secretaries, produced a pamphlet on the literary work of Ellen White.
Because both assisted her in preparing material for print, they were able to give detailed information on her literary goals and methods of working. They also explained why revisions were made for new editions and addressed questions on borrowing and plagiarism.