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Dojcin Zivadinovic

is writing his doctoral dissertation in church history at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University.

Sanctification in the Womb

The struggle between God and Satan to influence the mind of individuals begins already in the womb.

And he shall be filled with the Holy Ghost, even from his mother’s womb” (Luke 1:15).*

The awareness that mothers exert mental and physical influence upon their unborn children is becoming an essential part of modern prenatal care.1

From Inspiration’s Pen

However, just over a century ago, Ellen G. White was practically alone in advocating the concept of parental influences upon the fetus. The book Health, or How to Live, describes the opposition experienced from the physicians and scientists of her day: “The irritabiltiy, nervousness and despondency, manifested by the mother, will mark the character of her …

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