Episode 1 – Tithe & Ed Reid This is episode 1 of the series based on volume 1 of The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth: A Response to the Critics. This episode takes a look at the tithing system, as presented in the Bible and Spirit of Prophecy, and briefly mentions Elder Ed Reid, the former North American Division Stewardship Director, who made false statements about Ernie Knoll in his March 2008 newsletter. Episode 2 – Ed Reid In this episode, Isabel and Ernie discuss an article Elder Ed Reid published in his March 2008 newsletter titled, "False Prophet of Tithing." They reveal that in order to discredit Ernie as the false prophet of tithing, Elder Reid has misquoted the Spirit of Prophecy and contradicted himself. This episode is based on chapter 1 of the Truth Book. Episode 3 – Angel M. Rodríguez This episode is based on chapter 2 of the Truth book. It looks at an email that was sent to Seventh-day Adventist pastors by Elder Ángel M. Rodríguez while he was the director of the Biblical Research Institute at the General Conference. As Isabel and Ernie discuss the email, they found it alarming that someone who was in Elder Rodríguez’s position, was not able to provide any evidence that Ernie’s dreams were not of God, and yet still rejected the dreams and taught others to do so. Episode 4 – Steve Wohlberg In this episode, Ernie and Isabel take a look at Steve Wohlberg’s two letters found in chapter 3 of The Truth book. The topic of tithe is discussed again, as well as the tests Steve Wohlberg devised to support his rejection of Ernie’s dreams. Sadly, his tests are not Biblical, yet Pastor Wohlberg trusted them, rather than relying upon the tests provided in the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy. Episode 5 – Eugene Prewitt In this episode, Ernie and Isabel take a look at Eugene Prewitt’s comments that appear in chapter 4 of The Truth book. Mr. Prewitt lists many reasons why he does not believe that Ernie's dreams are from God, and he rejects them in spite of not finding any errors in them. In his own words: "Yes, I will have to answer before the Great Judge. So also, reader, will you. You can not be too careful how you hear, how you accept. If there are no ‘glaring inconsistencies’ nor ‘untruthful utterances’ in Ernie’s work, that will not be cause enough to advocate his dreams." Does he think it is dangerous to accept a modern-day prophet? Episode 6 – David Gates & Laura Lee Jones In this episode, Ernie and Isabel look at David Gate’s rejection of the dreams and Laura Lee Jones, the person who influenced him to make his decision. Both of these critics are covered in chapters 5 & 8 of volume 1 of The Truth book. It was a surprise to see David Gates reject the dreams soon after releasing a video in which he stated he could find no error in the dreams and recommended that people read them. The reason he gave for rejecting the dreams was a letter sent to him by Laura Lee Jones, a lady who made unsubstantiated comments about Ernie. Interestingly, she also advocates keeping lunar sabbaths, instead of the seventh-day Sabbath. Episode 7 – Vance Ferrell In this episode, Ernie and Isabel look at chapter 6 of The Truth book, which deals with a newsletter that Vance Ferrell published in July 2008. In it, Elder Ferrell makes serious allegations against Ernie and his dreams. What is alarming is that Elder Ferrell obtained his information from another critic, exaggerated it, and then published those ‘facts’ without ever contacting Ernie to verify any of them. Of all the critics who have risen up against Ernie, Elder Ferrell appears to be the most reckless. Episode 8 - Linda Kirk In this, the final episode of this series, Ernie and Isabel look at Linda Kirk's comments, which can be found in chapter 7 of volume 1 of The Truth book. Due to her brief involvement with Ernie, her negative comments have done much to turn people away from the dreams. One can't help but think of a similar situation Ellen White faced with her secretary, Fanny Bolton. Like many of the critics, Linda Kirk does not reveal any evidence to prove that the dreams contradict the Scriptures, but focuses on attacking Ernie's character. According to Linda Kirk, if Becky, Ernie's wife, were the one receiving the dreams, it would be easier to accept them. Is this how we determine whether a messenger is from God?