Woodrow Whidden

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Woodrow W. Whidden II
Born 1944
Occupation Protestant, Seventh-day Adventist Theologian

Woodrow Wilson Whidden II (born 1944) is a Seventh-day Adventist theologian and taught religion at Andrews University.[1]

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In 1989, Whidden received a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in historical theology from Drew University in New Jersey.[1] He taught in the religion department at Andrews University from 1990 to 2006.[1]

Books by non academic publishers[edit]

Ellen White on Salvation: A Chronological Study (Review and Herald, 1995), Ellen White on the Humanity of Christ: A Chronological Study (Adventist Book Center New Jersey, 1997), The Trinity: Understanding God's Love, His Plan of Salvation, and Christian Relationships (Review and Herald, 2002), E. J. Waggoner: From the Physician of Good News to the Agent of Division (Review and Herald, 2008), and The Judgment and Assurance: The Dynamics of Personal Salvation (Review and Herald, 2012).[1]

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