Roger W. Coon
Roger W. Coon, Ph.D., former associate director of the Ellen G. White Estate, is retired and lives in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia.
Watch Tower's Debt to Seventh-day Adventism: A Fascinating Footnote to History
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISM and the Jehovah's Witnesses movement are of ten confused in the thinking of the public, which sometimes sees them as one and the same organization, partially perhaps because of some superficial similarities. . .
EVANGELISM: Integrating the Health Program in the Evangelistic Campaign
The importance of a health program
How near is the Omega?
Ellen White characterized the crises through which the church passed in the late 1800's and early 1900's as the "Alpha" of apostasy, and warned that the church would have to face a similar "Omega" at a later time. Roger W. Coon analyzes and synthesizes the evidence concerning the "Alpha" in order to better recognize and resist the "Omega."
A Christmas litany
Ever felt a need for more congregational participation in the worship service? The author shares a Christmas litany he used successfully last year, and why and how it came to be.
Ellen G. White and vegetarianism
Was Ellen White devious and hypocritical in commanding vegetarianism on her church in 1863 while continuing to eat flesh foods for the next thirty years?
Phillips Brooks: The man and his Master
The Master behind the man who wrote the Christmas carol.