In this episode, the success of the Sabbatarian Adventist message brings fresh challenges. The Whites move to Rochester, NY, and set up the press there.
The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly podcast telling a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Chur
In this episode, we check in with James and Ellen in Battle Creek, talk about J.N. Loughborough's great tent-capade across New York, and see what happens when the brightest young preachers in the movement quit and move to Iowa.
In this episode, the Review gets an upgrade into the industrial age. We also sort through the problems the Waukon believers had with James and Ellen White and their *eventual* solution. And, hey, a passing reference to Uriah Smith getting married. Congrat
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.)
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In this special episode, Matthew Lucio sits down with former Adventist church history professor George R. Knight for an interview. (Given the non-ideal environment, we apologize for the condition of the audio).
In this episode, we talk about the Great Controversy vision and how the eventual book was revised, revised, revised, and revised until it becomes the version Adventists value above anything else she wrote...and then try to pawn off on people for free.
In this episode, we cover one of the biggest steps in the organization of the movement into a denomination: Systematic Benevolence. This project consumed much of 1859, and the result was an affordable, simple plan to pay the preachers and proclaimers of t
In this episode, we begin a trilogy of episodes covering the organization of the movement into a proper Christian denomination. First up, we look at how the name "Seventh-day Adventist" was chosen in 1860.
In this episode (the second of our trilogy covering the organization of the Adventist church), we get to witness the first steps of church organization in the early days of the Civil War, culminating in the formation of the first state conference of churc