Like a skilled surgeon, Eric C. Webster has laid bare the very heart of Adventism in his work, Crosscurrents in Adventist Christology.
The first chapter gives an illuminating historical perspective, while in the next four chapters Webster dissects the Christologies of Ellen G. White and E.J. Waggoner of the 19th, and Edward Heppenstall and Herbert Douglass of the 20th Centuries.
The final chapter seeks to reflect on the flow and counterflow of Adventist Christology as revealed by the works of the four chosen theologians.
If you wish to understand Adventist Christology with its related issues, then Crosscurrents in Adventist Christology is a reading must.