A Response to the Video:
by Bob Pickle
Her Predictions and Views
#41: She went in vision to other planets. So? What difference does this make? Does this make her a false prophet?
Was John the Revelator a false prophet because he claimed that in vision he went to heaven and heard angels talking there (Rev. 4:1, 2; 5:11)? Was Ezekiel a false prophet because he claimed that in vision he was carried by a lock of his hair to another country (Ezek. 8:3)? Or was the apostle Paul a false prophet because he said he went to heaven, but whether he went there only in vision or actually with his body, he could not tell (2 Cor. 12:2-4, 7)?
Or is the problem the fact that she said there were other inhabited worlds? Does such a claim make her a false prophet? The Bible says that Christ made the "worlds," plural, using the Greek word aion, a word that does not mean uninhabited planets (Heb. 1:2; cf. 11:3). And Job says that the sons of God came for a special meeting. Satan got to be included because he claimed to be a representative from Earth, implying that the other participants in the meeting were also representatives from inhabited planets (Job 1:6, 7; 2:1, 2). Though one might disagree with these interpretations of Scripture, the matter cannot be construed into a clear-cut case for declaring someone to be a false prophet.
Under "Point 23" and "Point 24," the documentation package shows four quotations from two books proving that Mrs. White saw these things in vision. However, no evidence is offered to show why her seeing these things in vision is unscriptural, as claimed a few moments later (see #44).