The 1888 Minneapolis General Conference session has undoubtedly been The most controversial The most important The most misunderstood And probably the most violent event in Adventist history. What is the core of the 1888 message? Why is the 1888 message important to us today? How did Ellen White get "shot down" at the meetings? How can the 1888 message revitalize my life and the Adventist Church in the twenty-first century? George R. Knight; a professor of church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary; clearly answers these questions and more in A User-Friendly Guide to the 1888 Message. Responding to 56 questions and nine propositions in a user-friendly style; Knight explores and addresses issues that have been at the center of Adventist controversy for more than a century.