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://adventi
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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
In this episode, we talk about the General Conference's complicity in a bold political bid to win Nazi favor for German Adventists.
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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/Ad
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/ S
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 s
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.
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In this episode, we talk about how the Great Depression impacted the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We also talk about how the "fundamentalization" of Adventist culture suffocated people like W.W. Prescott, Willie White, and A.G. Daniells.
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In this episode, we look at a few ways the Adventist bureaucracy began following the world around them in "modernizing" the church: developing a ministerial reading course, working policy, fundamental beliefs, and a church manual.
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