By H. H. Meyers, 160 pages
The story of Seventh-day Adventism’s leading role in the successful promotion of modern Bible versions is an intriguing one. Yet, without the name William Warren Prescott, it is entirely probable that the Church would not have achieved such distinction.
On the other hand, it is easy to believe that had this forceful and influential man decided to defend the integrity of the Received Text from whence came the King James Version, the People of the Book would to-day still be the champions of Protestantism.
This book, in dealing with the Prescott legacy, gives new insights into the cause and effects of the Prescott syndrome which is a potent factor in the Dismantling of Adventism.