The Adventist History Project uses new media platforms to tell stories in Adventist history. Right now, this means four awesome podcasts.
Why? First, because as a Christian minority, Adventists are frequently misunderstood and misrepresented.
Second, because understanding religious history gives Adventists a sense of identity and connection, as well as to understand why they do the weird things they do.
Third, because they are stories worth telling.
The Original has been going strong since 2014, with hundreds of thousands of downloads.
Pastor Matthew J. Lucio started the podcast as a way of learning Adventist history and was surprised at how many people wanted to learn history with him.
He still thinks that's pretty cool.
Adventist Pilgrimage focuses on the academic side of Adventist history. Featuring interviews with prominent historians and discussions of the newest discoveries, this podcast will keep you on the cutting edge.
Dr. Michael Campbell is a prolific Adventist historian whose work is everywhere. He currently lives and teaches in Texas.
Dr. Greg Howell (abd), has pastored, taught, and explored the world. His dissertation focuses on the history of Adventist biblical interpretation.
Dr. Jud Lake hosts our newest podcast which explores the life and legacy of Ellen G. White. Dr. Lake has taught for over 25 years at Southern Adventist University and has written several books on Ellen White.