Official Ellen White book color switched from red to green on St. Patrick’s Day

These tomes have gone green.
These tomes have gone green.
SILVER SPRING, Md. — The Ellen G. White Estate has changed the officially sanctioned color of Ellen White book covers from red to green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.

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In a statement explaining the change, the White Estate said the color change was part of an ongoing effort to give White’s books “the facelift they deserve.”

“We think a bright St. Patrick’s shade of green will help Sister White’s books pop more on the average bookshelf,” said White Estate spokesperson Sonny Tarium.

Although the color change had been approved earlier this year, Tarium said the White Estate had purposefully waited until St. Patrick’s Day to make the announcement in order to capitalize on the holiday’s inbuilt green craze.

“We can safely say that this is the craziest thing the Adventist Church has ever done on St. Patrick’s Day,” said Tarium.

4 Comments

  1. Ellen Why

    Even Prez. Trump would be able to see that this failing site is unfunny. Our pioneers would roll in their graves. This silly Fake News just makes us look bad to the public and it confuses “even the very elect.” If sevvy ever gets a call to work for the National Enquirer, he should take it. They need such exceptional talent for writing deceptive fiction. This is not funny. It is not “satire and humor,” and it’s not a parable. It is misleading dishonesty, which has no place in Christianity, much less Adventism. “Let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ Anything more comes from the evil one.” (Matthew 5:37)

  2. Disappointed

    “. . . in order to capitalize on the holiday’s inbuilt green craze” – more like in order for B.A. to capitalize on the crazy ad sales, web traffic, and AdSense revenue, not to mention their original goal of reaping Amazon Associate profits on sales of SDA-related items such as Veja-Links. Folks, this site will publish almost anything for a few bits of silver. . . .

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