Gilbert Valentine
Gilbert Valentine, Ph.D.
Chair, Administration & Leadership

Education: 

  • BA, (Theology) Avondale College, NSW, 1965
  • MA, (Religion) Andrews University, Michigan, 1979.
  • PhD, (Education) Andrews University, Michigan, 1982

Principal Research Interests

 

  • Processes of Organizational Change and Development
  • Development of early Adventist Educational System and Leadership 
  • Patterns and Issues in Adventist Leadership,
  • Leadership Biography.

E-mail: gvalenti@lasierra.edu
Phone: 951-785-2074

 


Research AREA Highlights: 



Representative Publications

Books:
  1. The Shaping of Adventism: The Case of W W Prescott, (Berrien Springs, MI: Andrews University Press, 1992). pp 307
  2. W. W. Prescott, Forgotten Giant of Adventism’s Second Generation, (Washington, DC: Review and Herald, 2005).  pp 335.
  3. The Struggle for the Prophetic Heritage: Issues in the conflict for control of the Ellen G White Publications 1930 - 1939, (Muak Lek, Thailand: Institute Press, 2006).  pp 175.
  4. The Prophet and the Presidents:  Ellen White’s Influence on the Leadership of the Early Seventh-day Adventist Church. (Nampa, ID: Pacific Press, May, 2011).  pp 387.
  5. Adventist Provocateur:  A Celebration of George R Knight’s Contribution to Adventist Thought, eds Gilbert M Valentine and W. Whidden, (forthcoming 2014).
Book Chapters:
  1. “Foreword” in Hook, Milton, Avondale: Experiment on the Dora  Cooranbong, Avondale Academic Press, 1999  pp 4-5
  2. "Maui Pomare and the Adventist Connection," In and Out of the World:  Seventh-day Adventists in New Zealand.  Ed Peter H Ballis (Palmerston North, New Zealand:  Dunmore Press, 1985), pp 82-109.
  3. “A G Daniells, Administrator, and the Development of Conference Organization in Australia,” Adventist History in the South Pacific:  1885-1918. Ed Arthur J Ferch (Wahroonga, New South Wales: South Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists, 1986), pp 76-92.
  4. Valentine, Gilbert M., & McGraw, Paul,“Legacy,” An American Prophet.  Editors: Terrie Aamodt, Gary Land and Ronald Numbers, (London: Oxford University Press, forthcoming April 2014.
  5. Scholarly and Professional Articles:
  6. "The Legacy of W W Prescott," The Andrews University Record, 19 August, 1982, pp 33-38
  7. "W W Prescott, (1855-1944):  Architect of a Bible Centered Curriculum," Adventist Heritage, Vol 8:1, Spring 1983, pp 18-24
  8. "William Warren Prescott, 1855-1944," Adventist Review, 15 November; 22 November 1985.
  9. "William Warren Prescott, 1855-1944," Adventist Review, 15 November; 22 November 1985.
  10. "An Alumnus of Distinction:  Sir Maui Pomare, KBE, CMG, MD, MP," Adventist Heritage, Vol 11:1, Spring, 1986.
  11. "The Contribution of Ellen White to the Adventist Understanding of the Non Immortality of the Soul,"  Australasian Record, 25 April 1985.
  12. "The Controversy of 1888:  A Stimulus for Theological Education," Adventist Review, 3 November 1988.
  13. "Conflict of Interest: An Impediment to Reform, 1897 – 1901," The Adventist Professional, Vol 3, No 3, September 1991, pp 7-10
  14. "South Pacific Historians Interpreting their Church: A Bibliographic Essay,"  Adventist Heritage,  June, 1993. pp 40-42
  15. “The Development of Adventism 1888 - 1915”, Opinion v9:1 (May, 1995) pp 9-13,  
  16. “The Start-stop Road to A Church Manual” Part I, Ministry, April 1999, pp 24-29;
  17. “The Start-stop Road to A Church Manual” Part II, Ministry, June 1999, pp 20-25.
  18. “A Slice of History:  The Difficulties of Imposing Orthodoxy,” Ministry, February 2003, pp 5-9.
  19. “Developing Truth and Changing Perspectives,” Ministry, April 2003, pp 24-29
  20. “Clearer Views of Jesus”, Ministry, May, 2005 pp 4 – 9.
  21. “The Church ‘drifting toward a crisis’: Prescott’s 1915 Letter to William White,” Catalyst, Vol 2, No. 1, November, 2007, pp 32 – 95.
  22. “Sabbath Potluck Initiatives Change the South Pacific,” Spectrum, Vol 38, No 2, Spring 2010. pp 57-63, 87-88.
  23. “Time to Act: Strong Convictions Expressed at a National Summit on Adventist Education,” Spectrum, Vol 39, No 1, Winter 2011. pp 66-76.
  24. “The Camden Vision,” Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, (Washington, DC: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2014) with Denis Fortin. 676.
  25. “Caro, Edgar Robert (1879 – 1959),” Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, (Washington, DC: Review and Herald Publishing, 2014). 338.
  26. “Caro, Margaret (1848-1938),” Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, Washington, DC: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2014). 339.
  27. “Lacey, Herbert Camden (1871 – 1950),” Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, (Washington, DC: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2014). 450 ?
  28. “Pomare, Maui MD GMG KBE (1876 – 1930),” Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, (Washington, DC: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2014). 492.
  29. “Prescott, William Warren (1855 – 1944),”  Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, (Washington, DC: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2014). 493-495.
  30. “1888-und wir: Die Lehren aus der General Konferenz vor 125 Jahren sind noch aktuell” Adventisten heute October 2013: 8 – 11.
  31. “W. W. Prescott: Adventist Education’s Renaissance Man” Journal of Adventist Education, Mar-Apr, 2014.
  32. “Clearer Views of Jesus and the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Seventh-day Adventist Church,” Spectrum, (Spring, 2014)