This podcast tells a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
(S2, E1): Conchies
In this episode, we talk about two completely opposite experiences Adventists had in the First World War.
(S2, E2): The Protestant Civil War, part 1
In this episode, we talk about the massive cultural shift America goes through (along with the Western World) between the Civil War and the First World War. This cultural shift into modernism lays the groundwork for the Protestant Civil War between Liberals and Fundamentalists.
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(S2, E3): The Protestant Civil War, part 2
In this episode, we finish our two-part discussion of how the world was changing in the early twentieth century. We looked at historical criticism last time, and this time we spend the bulk of our time on evolution.
(S2, E4): The 1919 Bible Conference, part 1
In this episode, we begin our discussion of the pivotal 1919 Bible Conference by strategically dancing around the actual Conference. We talk about how it began and how it ended, tantalizing the listen to find out what delicious creaminess lies at its center.
(S2, E5): The 1919 Bible Conference, part 2
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. But like the last episode, we leave the party way too early.
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(S2, E6): The 1919 Bible Conference, part 3
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.
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I have truly enjoyed this podcast as our history is not sterile and devoid of the humanness that accompanied its sharing down through the years. It truly was made up of real humans that were imperfect and in need of Gods grace just as much as we do today.
Thank you for the hard work you have put into making these. I have shared it with several people who have also appreciated hearing church history presented prior to the sterilization process.
This is a wonderfully informative, thoughtful and amusing podcast on Seventh-Day Adventist history. For anyone interested in SDA or American religious history this is a must listen. 5 stars.
I enjoy listening to your podcasts, especially when I am traveling in my car. I’m sure you put in many hours of research for each episode. May you continue to be used of the Lord. God bless.