The Stone-Campbell movement

an anecdotal history of three churches by Leroy Garrett

Publisher: College Press Pub. Co. in Joplin, Mo

Written in English
Published: Pages: 739 Downloads: 465
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  • Restoration movement (Christianity) -- United States -- History.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Statementby Leroy Garrett.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX7316 .G18 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 739 p., [33] p. of plates :
Number of Pages739
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4120575M
ISBN 100899000592
LC Control Number80065965
OCLC/WorldCa8328375

This is possibly the best reference book ever written on the Restoration Movement. Read the years of information that Mr. Garrett has compiled and put into this classic writing. If you want to know more about the Restoration Movement, this is a must read resource. Stone-Campbell Movement . Her husband, James (Assistant Editor of SCJ), provides the fascinating interchange between panelists and author Richard Hughes in the History and Theology of the Stone-Campbell Movement Study Group at the SCJ Conference on his book published in entitled Myths America Lives By: White Supremacy and the Stories That Give Us Meaning. The Stone-Campbell Movement eBook: Garrett, Leroy: : Kindle Store. Skip to main Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. Prime Cart. Kindle Store. Go Search Hello Select your 5/5(3). The Stone-Campbell Movement, also known as the Restoration Movement, arose on the frontiers of early nineteenth-century America. Like-minded Methodists, Baptists and Presbyterians abandoned denominational labels in order to be "Christians only.".

The Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement The "Christian Church", The "Church of Christ", and the "Disciples of Christ" These three Christian sects form what is commonly referred to in theological history as the Campbellite or Restoration Movement denominations 2, they trace their roots to a number of nineteenth century, dissident Presbyterian and Baptist clergy -- e.g. Barton Stone, Thomas. The Christians (Stone Movement) were a group arising during the Second Great Awakening of the early 19th century. The most prominent leader was Barton W. group was committed to restoring primitive merged with the Disciples of Christ (Campbell Movement) in to form what is now described as the American Restoration Movement (also known as the Stone-Campbell.   The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History Mobi Download Book Currently, there are three major groups, called “streams,” that trace their roots back to the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement: the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Churches of Christ, and the Independent Christian Churches. Among the key principles of the Restoration Movement .

Stone-Campbell Resources Rooted in British and American initiatives to restore apostolic Christianity, the Stone-Campbell Movement resulted from the independent efforts of nineteenth-century religious reformers Barton W. Stone and the father-son team of Thomas and Alexander Campbell. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The renaissance of Stone-Campbell studies: an assessment and new directions / Michael W. Casey and Douglas A. Foster --The sectional origins of the Churches of Christ / David Edwin Harrell JrThe apocalyptic origins of Churches of Christ and the . 1 LeRoy Garrett, The Stone-Campbell Movement, Joplin, MO: College Press, 2 Ibid., p. xi 3 Douglas Foster, et al, (Editor) The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement, Eerdmans Publishing Co., p. xxvii 4 Garrett, p. 8. 5 Ibid., p. 8, 9 This article originally appeared in the December issue of the Restoration Herald. The Stone-Campbell Movement has always been characterized by an enriching diversity. Yet diversity also raises the potential of intolerance and division, and .

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The history of the Stone-Campbell movement is an incredible read, whoever records and compiles it. The The Stone-Campbell movement book by Earl West is equally inspiring. Garrett has done a fine job of compiling and organizing the material, and I learned much from his book/5(8).

The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History tells the story of Christians from around the globe and across time who have sought to witness faithfully to the gospel of reconciliation.4/5(13). The Stone-Campbell. While the Stone-Campbell Movement, a movement started as a unity movement, has since divided into three streams, the authors of this wonderful volume have ably demonstrated that each stream shares commitments to unity, evangelism, restoration, and /5.

The Stone Campbell Movement book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(21). The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement -- a standard reference work for religious, academic, public, and personal libraries everywhere.

Features of this encyclopedia: Presents over articles on the people, events, churches, and beliefs that comprise the Stone-Campbell tradition/5(4). Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

Try it now. Must reading for anyone interested in the history of the Stone-Campbell heritage. Garrett is from the acappella stream and is evenhanded in his presention.

The Stone-Campbell Movement: The Story of the American Restoration 5/5(2). Chapters shift attention back to the global expansion of the Stone-Campbell Movement.

These four chapters, along with chapter 7, distinguish this work from any previous efforts. The book concludes in a prophetic tone with chapter 18 and an addendum expressing a new hope for unity within the globally diverse movement.

Stone-Campbell Movement. Good show, all the way around. It's strong on the world-wide denomination, less on the US. This book met all my expectations. I would recommend it to all who are interested in the Restoration Movement.

Great history, great resource, great movement. An extremely valuable resource for anyone involved with the SCM The File Size: KB. Synopsis With roots in British and American endeavors to restore apostolic Christianity, the Stone-Campbell Movement drew its inspiration from the independent efforts of nineteenth-century religious reformers Barton W.

Stone and the father-son team of Thomas and Alexander Campbell. The Restoration Movement (also known as the American Restoration Movement or the Stone-Campbell Movement, and pejoratively as Campbellism) is a Christian movement that began on the United States frontier during the Second Great Awakening (–) of the early 19th century.

The pioneers of this movement were seeking to reform the church from within and sought "the unification of all. Book Overview The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History tells the story of Christians from around the globe and across time who have sought to witness faithfully to the gospel of reconciliation.

The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History tells the story of Christians from around the globe and across time who have sought to witness faithfully to the gospel of reconciliation. Transcending theological differences by drawing from all the major streams of the movement, this Pages: "The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History is a bonanza of information worldwide about the three existing branches of the SCM Only a theological and moral conviction of the editors and sponsors renders this enterprise plausible.

The Global History conveys both a multidimensional memory and an existential hope that the SCM is a reality that transcends ideological separation. The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History tells the story of Christians from around the globe and across time who have sought to witness faithfully to the gospel of reconciliation.

Transcending theological differences by drawing from all the major streams of the movement, this foundational book documents the movement's humble beginnings on the American frontier and Pages: Stone-Campbell Movement has members.

This group is for sharing personal and historical tidbits, photos, stories, old bulletins and tracts, debates. Book Overview The Stone-Campbell Movement, also known as the Restoration Movement, arose on the frontiers of early nineteenth-century America.

Like-minded Methodists, Baptists and Presbyterians abandoned denominational labels in order to be "Christians only."/5(2). The Stone-Campbell-Scott Movement has experienced numerous divisions in their attempts to restore what they view as pure New Testament Christianity. The schisms arose because invariably the practical question arises, “Who determines whose interpretations of the New Testament doctrines and practices are correct?”.

A biography of Alexander Campbell, a founding father of the Stone-Campbell Movement known for his "Sermon on the Law," his five national debates, starting the highly influential journal The Millennial Harbinger, and founding Bethany College.

The book is written. Alexander Campbell was an early leader in the Second Great Awakening of the religious movement that has been referred to as the Restoration Movement, or Stone-Campbell Movement.

The Campbell wing of the movement was said to begin with his father Thomas Campbell's publication in in Washington County, Pennsylvania, of The Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington.

Description: The Stone-Campbell Movement, also known as the Restoration Movement, arose on the frontiers of early nineteenth-century America. Like-minded Methodists, Baptists and Presbyterians abandoned denominational labels in order to be "Christians only.". This volume is possibly the best reference book ever written on the American Restoration Movement.

The Stone-Campbell Movement was a nineteenth-century movement that sought to unify Christians under one body and return to apostolic Christianity. After his hymnal included selections by other leaders of the Stone-Campbell Movement: Barton Warren Stone, Walter Scott and J.

Johnson all collaborated with him. Aftersales and distribution of this hymnal were assigned to the American Christian Missionary Society which published it under the new title, The Christian Hymn-book.

The Stone-Campbell Movement, also known as the Restoration Movement arose of the frontiers of early nineteenth-century America. Like-minded Methodists, Baptists and Presbyterians abandoned denomination labels in order to be 'Christians only.' They called followers to join in Christian unity and restore the ideals of the New Testament church, holding authoritative no book but the Bible and 4/5(1).

The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement-- a standard reference work for religious, academic, public, and personal libraries everywhere. Features of this encyclopedia: Presents over articles on the people, events, churches, and beliefs that comprise the Stone-Campbell traditionBrand: Eerdmans, William B.

Publishing Company. The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History tells the story of Christians from around the globe and across time who have sought to witness faithfully to the gospel of reconciliation.

Transcending theological differences by drawing from all the major streams of the movement, this foundational book documents the movement’s humble Format: Ebook.

Read "The Stone-Campbell Movement A Global Histroy" by available from Rakuten Kobo. The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History tells the story of Christians from Brand: Chalice Press. Description: The first critical biography of Alexander Campbell, one of the founders of the Stone-Campbell Movement A Life of Alexander Campbell examines the core identity of a gifted and determined reformer to whom millions of Christians around the globe today owe much of their identity--whether they know it or not.

Douglas Foster assesses principal parts of Campbell's life and thought to discover his. The publication of The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History concludes a seven-year journey for Scott Seay, Christian Theological Seminary Associate Professor of the History of Global Christianity.

Professor Seay served as managing editor of the book, working with general editors D. Newell Williams, Douglas A. Foster and Paul M. Blowers, as well as 10 contributing [ ]. The Stone-Campbell movement today comprises three distinct bodies: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Churches of Christ, and Christian Churches/Churches of Christ.

Congregations of the movement in the nineteenth century were known by several versions of these names. But division became a settled reality in the twentieth century. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Emergence of the Stone-Campbell movement --Developments in the United States to --Growth of African American institutions to --The expanding role of women in the United States, --Divisions in North America --Origins and developments in.

This new edition is a marvelous contribution and a necessary addition to the body of knowledge about the heritage of the Stone-Campbell Movement. David McWhirter Director of Library and Archives Disciples of Christ Historical Society Leroy Garrett is a thoughtful and thought-provoking scholar.

This book is a penetrating treatment of an 5/5(3).NEW Book Review. Evangelicalism & The Stone-Campbell Movement, Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, Edited By William R. Baker Foreword by Mark Noll The founders of the Stone-Campbell Movement (Restoration Movement) set out to right the wrongs of sectarian Christianity.The Restoration Movement (RM), also known as the Stone-Campbell Movement, began in the early s under the leadership of Barton W.

Stone, Thomas Campbell, and Alexander Campbell. Stone was originally a Presbyterian minister who was inspired by the spiritual unity of Cane Ridge Revival () and promoted reliance on the Bible alone.