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Summary: Adventists took the call to go into all the world seriously--even as they were deeply concerned about the world rubbing off on them. In this episode, Matthew takes us on a tour to see how Adventism is doing around the world in the late 1950s/early 1960s as we get ready to dive into one of the most tumultuous decades in modern Western histo…
 
Summary: In this episode, M.L. Andreasen releases his final series of essays (Letters to the Churches) and his final letter, Shooting the Watchdog, before he is, in turn, shot. I mean, dies. Then we discuss his legacy. The What: The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted by Matthew …
 
Michael and Greg travel to Pacific Union College to talk with Dr. James Wibberding, chair of the department of religion and Adventist historian. Dr. Wibberding taught a fantastic course on the women of Adventist history and shares some stories with us - but he also knows how to have a good time in a cemetery. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a…
 
Summary: In this episode, M.L. Andreasen begins publishing essays in an attempt to sort of make his protest against Questions on Doctrine more widely known. General Conference President Reuben Figuhr finally has enough of Andreasen and dangerously underestimates him. The What: The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of th…
 
Matthew J. Lucio joins Michael as a guest co-host to talk about how Adventist missionaries in Nanking barely escaped the onset of the Chinese civil war in 1927. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part …
 
Summary: In this episode, Matthew starts the conversation about the how M.L. Andreasen ("The Great Dane"!) spearheaded the Adventist rejection of Questions on Doctrine - before he even read it. Note: This episode was recorded at the NAD CALLED pastors convention at the Adventist Learning Community's booth. So there's a little background noise. The …
 
Michael and Greg offer a behind-the-scenes look at Michael's 1922 book and how Adventists were shaped by their times in ways they were not aware of. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adven…
 
Summary: In this episode, Matthew talks about Walter Martin and Donald Grey Barnhouse's five articles in Eternity discussing the reasons why they came to see Adventists as evangelicals. And then we talk about the huge evangelical counter-revolution that aimed to keep Adventists in cult-prison. The What: The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly po…
 
Michael and Greg talk about the origins of what is known as "last generation theology." Buckle up for this one. What? Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adventist History Network. Links: Web http…
 
Summary: In this episode, we discuss the final meetings between the Evangelicals (Martin, Cannon, and Barnhouse) and the Adventists (Froom, Unruh, Read, and Anderson) and how it was nearly sabotaged. The What: The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted by Matthew J. Lucio. Links: We…
 
Summary: In this episode, we cover the first four meetings between evangelicals (Walter Martin, George Cannon, and Donald Grey Barnhouse) and Adventists (T. Edgar Unruh, LeRoy Froom, W.E. Read, and Roy Allan Anderson) as both sides try to leave Fundamentalist behind. The What: The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of th…
 
Summary: In this episode, we introduce Questions on Doctrine, the most divisive book in Adventist history (per one George Knight). What is the book and where did it come from? It all began when one conference president wrote a letter to a famous Fundamentalist... The What: The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Se…
 
Summary:In this episode, we talk about the creation of the Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary, which is definitely a more interesting story than you might be thinking. The What:The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted by Matthew J. Lucio. Links:Web http://adventisthistorypodca…
 
What's going on with the Adventist History Podcast in 2022 and beyond? The What: The Adventist History Podcast tells a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church each month and is hosted by Matthew J. Lucio. Links: Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adve…
 
Happy New Year! While Greg is galavanting in Africa, Michael sits down with Dr. Christie Chow to talk about her book, Schism: Seventh-day Adventism in Post-Denominational China.Purchase the book here. What?Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Mi…
 
Summary:In this episode, we talk about what Wieland and Short wrote in their provocative manuscript, 1888 Re-examined and how it differs from the revised version people are much more likely to encounter today. We also cover how the church responded to Wieland and Short... with a committee. Always a committee.The What:The Adventist History Podcast i…
 
Greg & Michael talk Adventism and its fraught history with Christmas. Is it OK for Adventists to observe Christmas? What?Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adventist History Network. Links:Web ht…
 
Summary:In this episode, we meet Robert J. Wieland and Donald K. Short, two young missionaries in Africa, as they learn to doubt the church's narrative about 1888 and rise up to call the church to repent. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted by Matthew J. Lucio.Links:Web http:…
 
Greg & Michael talk with legendary historian Don McAdams about his career, Ellen White, and Adventist history. What?Adventist Pilgrimage Podcast is a monthly podcast focusing on the academic side of Adventist history and hosted by historians Greg Howell and Michael Campbell. This podcast is a part of the Adventist History Network. Links:Web http://…
 
Summary:To celebrate 100 episodes of the Adventist History Podcast, Matthew talks to a half-dozen Adventist historians about the future of Adventist history.Featuring: Greg Howell (0:00-00:32); Kevin Burton (00:32-1:00); George R. Knight (01:00-1:42); Douglas Morgan (1:42-2:15); Michael Campbell (2:15-3:00); Jeffrey Rosario (3:00-3:43).Yeah, it's a…
 
Summary:In this episode, we talk about a few of the presentations at the 1952 Bible Conference: Denton E. Rebok on Ellen White, Edward Heppenstall on the covenants, W.E. Read on Armageddon, and a certain non Adventist who found his way to the podium. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Chu…
 
Summary:In this episode, we talk about the 1950 GC session and the approach to the 1952 Bible Conference. And other stuff. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted by Matthew J. Lucio.Links:Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPod…
 
Summary:In this episode, we talk about how the Adventist Church observed their centenary (1844-1944) in the midst of war.Here is the commemorative issue of the Review.The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church hosted by Matthew J. Lucio.Links:Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/Support:…
 
Summary:In this episode, General Conference leaders survey the damage done by the Second World War and and figure out how to rebuild. The greatest damage was done to that which couldn't be seen. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.Links:Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/Support…
 
Drs. Michael Campbell and Gregory Howell talk about Margaret Rowen, a woman who claimed to be the prophetic successor to Ellen White, and why so many Adventists were willing to believe her. They also share some newly discovered resources which help shed light on what Rowen really taught. Also, there's (attempted) murder.If you'd like to support the…
 
Summary:In this episode, we discover that Lucy Byard's death was only the beginning of a fresh movement of "lay" Adventists organizing to change and challenge church leaders. If their fuel was the injustice done to Lucy Byard, their inspiration was the Oakwood Student Strike of 1931. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a stor…
 
Summary:In this episode, we return to the color line for the first time in a year and talk about some of the struggles Black Adventists had to go through in their quest for change. It took the circumstances of the death of Lucy Byard to bring everyone back to the table. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seven…
 
In this inaugural episode, Drs. Michael Campbell and Gregory Howell (abd) sit down with the dean of Adventist history, George Knight, to talk about his groundbreaking career.If you'd like to support the hosts of this show, you can support the Adventist History Network on Patreon.By Michael Campbell, Gregory Howell
 
Summary:In this episode, Matthew shares more stories from the Second World War and how the Seventh-day Adventist Church used those stories. Also... women.The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.Links:Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistor…
 
In this episode, we talk about how the rest of the Seventh-day Adventist Church handled the early years of the Second World War. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Listen: http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodcast Facebook: https:…
 
In this episode, we talk about how the Adventist strategy of dealing with the Nazis compared with other small American Christian denominations in Germany. We also talk about the plight of Jewish Adventists and what we can learn from it all. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Liste…
 
In this episode, we talk about the General Conference's complicity in a bold political bid to win Nazi favor for German Adventists. Listen: http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adventisthistorypod cast/ Watch: http://youtube.com/c/adventisthistory…
 
In this episode, we talk about the reasons German Adventists accommodated themselves to the new Nazi regime, as well as some reasons why Adventists outside of Germany did not. Listen: http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodc ast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adventisthistorypod cast/ Watch: http…
 
In this episode, we talk about the final feud between Judson Washburn and William Warren Prescott (over the Trinity), as well as the General Conference's position on non-combatancy in light of the coming war. Listen: http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adven…
 
In this episode, we talk about why Adventists were attracted to the eugenics movement, and how all of it led to those darn Nazis. Also, we get to use the word nefandum, which is always a plus. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Listen: http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: …
 
In this episode, we talk about how deaths of the pioneering generations and Adventist missionaries combined to create an almost mythological reverence for "the honored dead" in the church. The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Listen: http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/Support: https…
 
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