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Summary: In this episode, we talk about how the Adventist Church observed their centenary (1844-1944) in the midst of war. 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/AdventistHistory…
 
Pastor Matthew sits down with *Abigail Follows*, a hardcore Adventist missionary who was recently serving in India. Abigail wrote down an intriguing account of her experiences that gives us some insights into how Adventist missionaries in the gold years of missions (roughly the first half of the twentieth century) were able to thrive in incredibly …
 
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/ Sup…
 
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 th…
 
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 sto…
 
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 Seve…
 
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/AdventistH…
 
Matthew sits down with Dr. Doug Morgan of Washington Adventist University to talk about his new book, Change Agents. Change Agents tells the story of Black Adventists and their campaign for equality in the Church during the first half of the twentieth century. Dr. Morgan has written a number of influential books and articles in the field of Adventi…
 
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:…
 
We are beginning a new thing! The Patrons have spoken: they want more AHP episodes. So everyone will get a bonus audio and video episode (on YouTube) each and every month alongside the normal "numbered" episodes that arrive on the 22nd (which will also be video). This bonus episode is all about a story John Harvey Kellogg told in the 1940s about hi…
 
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:/…
 
It's a Matthew + Matthew team up! The (podcasting) Matthew sits down with the (scholar) Matthew to talk about the latter's research into early Adventism and the apocrypha! (Note, this interview was recorded in the summer of 2019.)Some articles related to this episode:Matthew Korpman: https://bit.ly/2stV0vNhttps://bit.ly/2RqKX3dRoy Graybill:https://…
 
In this episode, we talk about all the action George McCready Price missed: namely, the San Francisco debate between Adventists and an atheist and the famous Scopes Trial in Tennessee. We also get a healthy dose of William Jennings Bryan, because we don't have enough people with three names.Sponsor: The Haystack!To support your favorite Adventist h…
 
In this episode, we trace a brief history of the rise of evolution and the Adventist reaction to it. We also introduce the fundamentalist Adventist who jumped into the cultural arena: George McCready Price.Sponsor: The Haystack!To support your favorite Adventist history podcast, head over to our Patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPod…
 
If you want to read more about somewhat recent discussions of Adventists and inspiration, you can start here (In this episode, we finish up our quartet of episodes focusing on the 1919 Bible Conference by looking at the issue of the inspiration of Ellen White. Sponsor: Good to Go Media (http://goodtogomedia.org/)If you want to read more about somew…
 
In this sponsored episode, Matthew talks about Calvin Rock's book: “Protest and Progress: Black Seventh-day Adventist Leadership and the Push for Parity.” Listen to the end for a special promo code to save 5% on purchase of the book at Andrews University Press (it's cheaper than on Amazon!)AU Press: https://bit.ly/2E6IKo3…
 
Matthew chats with Kyle Morrison, an Aussie Adventist pastor who developed an Adventist board game where you try to colonize the world with Adventism until Jesus comes. Basically... it's real life.Check out the game when it launches on kickstarter. Meanwhile, go visit Kyle's website GoYe Entertainment (GoYe.games).…
 
Matthew interviews Kevin Burton, a PhD candidate (abd) at Florida State University whose dissertation focuses on Millerite and sabbatarian abolitionists. He's in New York doing fantastic research when he made a providential discovery: an elusive painting from the late 1800s of one of the first SDA churches.…
 
In this episode, we keep talking about the thing we talked about in the last episode: the 1919 Bible Conference in the context of a crisis of Adventist identity. Unlike the last episode, we actually dive into some of the conversation at the conference. But like the last episode, we leave the party way too early. Visit our sponsors:The Haystack & Th…
 
In this episode, we talk about the massive cultural shift America goes through (along with the Western World) between the Civil War and the First World War. This cultural shift into modernism lays the groundwork for the Protestant Civil War between Liberals and Fundamentalists.Support us on Patreon (and listen ad-free).Visit our sponsor, The Haysta…
 
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