In this special episode, I interview two producers, Steve Longi and Gregory Crosby, from the film Hacksaw Ridge about the film's subject: Adventist hero and conscientious objector Desmond Doss. They'll share their new book on Doss' early life and a bit ab
In this episode, we talk about the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 and Ellen White's great passion for cities. Also, we have sponsorship by The Haystack! We might as well talk about those meal-by-mail kits, too. You'll see.
In this episode, we talk about William Warren Prescott and his efforts to be both a smart and loyal Seventh-day Adventist. We'll discuss the revision of Ellen White's The Great Controversy and, of course, the less great controversy over "the daily."
In this episode, we talk about the 1913 General Conference session, take a trip down memory lane, and A.G. Daniells' super-mega-cool Pacific Tour at the beginning of World War I. Then we conclude with Turkey. Not the food.
And what is fundamentalism, really?
The Adventist History Podcast tells a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church each month and is hosted by Matthew J. Lucio.