Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 3 hours 56 minutes
In this episode (the final of our trilogy covering the organization of the Adventist church), we talk about the final steps that led to the formation of the general conference, and it's first president, who just happens to be the Adventist church's first
In this episode, we learn about how the new Seventh-day Adventist Church coped with the American Civil War.
In this episode, we check out the beginning of the Adventist Church's commitment to health - in the context of the atrocious standards of mid-19th century American medical practice.
In this episode, we look at James White's first term as General Conference president as well as the people and circumstances which made it practically ineffective. Poor James.
In this episode, we look at the early 1870s -the frustrating and fruitful period of Adventist church-building, where the educational and medical wings of the church took off.
In this episode, we take a step back and look at the scope of work which Seventh-day Adventists were attempting, along with the marital struggles of James and Ellen White.
In this episode, we wrap up some loose strings from the 1870s: the death of Joseph Bates, the leadership philosophy of G.I. Butler, and the first missionaries the Adventist Church sent to Europe.
In this episode, we trace the continuing struggles of James White, Willie's opportunity to go to England, and the founding of the Adventist Church's oldest, continually operating hospital.
In this episode, we talk about the death of James White and what it meant to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We also mention the founding of two more Adventist schools, which would go on to become major universities, as well as the closing of Battle Cre
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