Lessons from the Indiana Campmeeting
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Speaker: Stephen Bohr
Consider the very relevant history in this historical overview of the notorious 1900 Indiana campmeeting.
One of the most controversial and potentially explosive topics of discussion in the Seventh-day Adventist Church today is music. There is no more divisive issue in the Church than this one. Many churches have two worship services on Sabbath.
"Fanaticism, false excitement, false talking in tongues and noisy exercises have been considered gifts which God has placed in the church. Some have been deceived here. The fruits of all this have not been good. ‘Ye shall know them by their fruits.’ Fanaticism and noise have been considered special evidences of faith. Some are not satisfied with a meeting unless they have a powerful and happy time. They work for this and get up an excitement of feeling. But the influence of such meetings is not beneficial. When the happy flight of feeling is gone they sink lower than before the meeting because their happiness did not come from the right source." Last Day Events, 159, 160
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