Moses Hull

(1836-1907; fl. 1860). A onetime Seventh-day Adventist minister who defected. In the early 1850s he became a member first of the United Brethren Church and later of the first-day Adventists. There is some evidence that he accepted the Seventh-day Adventist faith in a series of tent meetings conducted in Greenvale, Illinois, in July 1857, although he may have been led to the truth by a layman, Solomon Myers. He preached his first sermon in connection with the Greenvale meetings. Shortly thereafter he preached in tents and halls in Iowa, and was ordained in August 1858. Hull was an eloquent and convincing preacher who attracted multitudes to his meetings, and consequently was in great demand. He was an interesting writer as well. Among his tracts were: Mark of the Beast, Infidelity and Spiri...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.