Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 3 hours 56 minutes
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. Bu
In this episode, we talk about the second of the "Big 3" issues at the 1919 Bible Conference: prophetic dates. The best kind of date. Support your favorite Adventist history podcast on Patreon! Visit our sponsor: The Haystack
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 W
In this episode, we deal with radioactive meltdown of Judson Washburn and Claude Holmes following the 1919 Bible Conference.
In this episode, we talk about the relationship between Seventh-day Adventists and the larger cultural war between fundamentalists and modernists. Also, Matthew debuts his one-act play.
In this episode, we look at three ways the Fundamentalist movement changed American Adventism. You guessed it, it involves movies, the Bible, and women. To support your favorite Adventist history podcast, head over to our Patreon! (https://www.patreon.c
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 favorit
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
In this episode, we talk about George McCready Price's debate in London, his fundamentalist politics, and his legacy as a man who should not be forgotten - but has been.
In this episode, we catch up with Arthur G. Daniells in his post-presidential life and meet William Ambrose Spicer - the man who replaced him. Patron: patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodcast