Keepers of the Flame

Keepers of the Flame
Episodes 1: The Apostasy, Episode 2: The Reformers
THE first episodes of this series document the most gripping chapters in the great controversy. Filmed on location in Europe, Dr. Allan Lindsay takes you to the very ground where heroes of the Reformat ion stood and fought a just cause against the power brokers of Catholicism.
Actors portray the greatest moments of Martin Luther, the
Waldenses, and John Knox—letting you sense the powerful faith and the strength of conviction that boldly led the way into the dawning light of the Reformation.  Program time: 62 minutes

  Episodes 3: The Great Disappointment, Episode 4: After the Disappointment 
WILLIAM Miller led a growing group of Christians who wholeheartedly believed that Christ would come on October 22, 1844. Dr. Allan Lindsay recounts their hope-filled movement and the tragic disappointment that followed. But out of the disappointment, a new church arose. Here is an in- depth look at three historical factors that established the Seventh-day Adventist Church: the resolution of the Great Disappointment through Bible study, the keeping of the seventh-day Sabbath at a small church in New Hampshire. and the gift of  Prophecy coming to two men and a frail woman named Ellen Harmon.  Program time: 68 minutes.

Episode 5: The Weakest of the Weak, Episode 6: A Lessor Light
DOCUMENTARY and drama combine to reveal the early life of Ellen White. You see the guiding influence of the prophetic gift in her own actions and in the early history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Dr. Allan Lindsay examines the biblical basis for prophecy and gives extraordinary examples of its operation.
Dramatic vignettes in episode 6 include Mrs. White’s interaction with secret society member N. D. Faulkhead and health reformer Stephen Smith. You also get a close look at Dr. J. H. Kellogg and the theological debate that swirled around him.
Program time: 66 minutes. 

Episode 7: A Healing Ministry, Episode 8: Ellen, The Woman
WHAT Ellen White saw in an 1863 vision gave members of the Adventist Church a lasting
advantage in matters of health and medicine. The seventh episode in this series compares these startling insights with the semi-primitive health practices of her day. Their continuing influence is traced down through time, past the founding of health institutions at Battle Creek, Paradise Valley, Glendale, and Loma Linda.
In episode 8, we are admitted into Ellen White’s personal life. We see her as mother, wife, writer, and friend. Dr. Allan Lindsay’s epilogue exami nes the biblical role of the Adventist Church as the great controversy moves toward its climax.
Program time: 90 minutes.

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