"The Great Controversy" is the detailed and fascinating history of the conflict between Jesus Christ and Satan by Ellen G. White, one of the founders of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. White was a prolific author, as well as an important religious leader, and her works have been translated into over one hundred languages and continue to be read the world over. Published in multiple editions and expanded several times over many decades, "The Great Controversy" is one of White's most significant accomplishments and is often included in her "Conflict of the Ages" series, which documents the work of God throughout all of human history. This exhaustively researched treatise examines Christian history beginning with the Destruction of Jerusalem and up to the spread of Christian beliefs all over the world in the late nineteenth and early twentieth-centuries. White shows how the timeless battle between Jesus and Satan has played out in the world of human affairs. Saints and prophets have had an important role in this cosmic war and all of the faithful and devout can work to defeat Satan in the future. White's books continue to hold an important place in Seventh-Day Adventist theology and provide a source of encouragement and guidance to the faithful. This edition is printed on premium acid-free paper.