Author of more than 16 books, Herbert E. Douglass, Th.D., has enjoyed a distinguished career as a college professor at Pacific Union College; college academic dean and president at Atlantic Union College; associate editor, Adventist Review; vice-president, Pacific Press Publishing Association, and president of Weimar Institute. Herbert was also instrumental in establishing the Historic Adventist Village in Michigan.
Currently retired (again), Herbert resides with his wife, Norma, in Lincoln Hills, California. He has six children, ten grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. He enjoys gardening, writing about theology, reading about Word War II, and traveling with his wife in his spare time.
His latest books include Messenger of the Lord, Should We Ever Say, 'I am Saved?' and God At Risk.