“There was a shut door in Noah's day. There was at that time a withdrawal of the Spirit of God from the sinful race that perished in the waters of the Flood. God Himself gave the shut-door message to Noah:
 Nonetheless this error was really not their fault, nor even malicious or prideful on their part, because they had the paramount belief that the end of the world was soon to occur, even in the proximate time after the passing of October 22, 1844, so they had the understanding that this “Shut Door” was the world’s final ‘Close of Probation.’ (Rev 22:11). God’s later revelations showed them that time would go on and also that some others would have a (first) chance to hear and be converted in this message.
 In this 10-19-2013 sermon, Stephen Bohr cites some different supposed “Shut Doors” than what EGW has listed here, namely in regards to the Amorites (Gen 15:15-16) [01:01:11ff]; Babylon (Dan 5) [01:05:52ff]; and OT [Israel]/Jerusalem (2 Chr 36:15-16, 17-19) [01:11:39ff]; then in NT History times: the RCC/Holy Roman Empire (Dan 7) [01:24:20ff]; and: modern/contemporary times: Protestantism & Capitalist America [01:27:07ff], but I am still seeing that all of these added examples still lack the “present/prominent, fork-in-the-road choice” element stated later here, where God’s people, (and when they are actually involved at all), then have to choose whether to follow after God or remain in the doomed vessel. In other words, by the time these cited “doors” by Bohr were shut, that “decision” by any righteous people of God in those entities would have had to long ago been made.