Let's keep this civil at least.
So Amo, let's continue the debate. Were there prophicies made by Mrs. White that did not come true during the time she said they would? And if so, how does your church explain this?
You say that prophecy isn't just about seeing the future; I may have missed something in school along the way, but my understanding is that's EXACTLY what it's about, and nothing else. Care to explain your position that it's not?
I'm honestly interested here, and you're the one who's the SDA, so I'm asking. As an SDA, what are your views on these two things?
There is nothing uncivil about disagreeing. I don't see any name calling or personal attacks yet, looks like were OK.
I'm not the one making the accusation that EGW is a false prophet because she predicted something during a certain time frame that didn't occur. I will be happy though, to examine whatever evidence is provided here regarding the same. I'm just not interested in traversing the internet for anyone to look at other peoples accusations.
There are prophecies she has made I am sure, that have not been fulfilled yet. There are many in the bible likewise. There are also instances in the scriptures when that which was prophesied did not take place because God changed His mind. These of course being conditional prophecies, which would naturally change if those hearing the warning, believed and repented.
I am not actually the one that stated prophecy is not just about seeing the future. Although I do agree with that statement. Much of the proof of prophecy is now in the past, having been fulfilled thus proving it's authenticity. This is a very important part of biblical prophecy. I believe it is also the purpose of prophecy to allow God's people to understand where they are in the grand scheme of things. rather than just to know the future.