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 significance for American Christianity and the worldwide movement...
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 growth into international churches of the twenty-first century.
The Stone-Campbell (Restoration) Movement was born as a Christian renewal effort in the early 19th century. This book tells the story of Christian Churches and Churches of Christ in a brief and compelling way. It is ideal for long-time members, new members, and those unfamiliar with this significant group of churches and its place in American Christianity.