Renewing the World: A Concise Global History of the Stone-Campbell Movement

Front Cover
ACU Press, 2015 - Religion - 192 pages
0 Reviews
Barton Stone, Thomas Campbell, and Alexander Campbell organized a nineteenth-century Christian renewal movement that later coalesced into three distinct church bodies in the United States: Churches of Christ, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and Christian Churches and Churches of Christ. What is less known is that from these humble origins, the Stone-Campbell Movement has grown globally, now with churches in more than 199 countries. This book tells the story from the movement's beginnings all the way to its international expansion into Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Complete with a study guide and personal reflection questions, this book is ideal for longtime members, new members, and those unfamiliar with the Stone-Campbell heritage.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Contents

Preface
Do We Have a History?
The Promise of Restoration in Early Americ
Barton Stone and Christian Unity
The Coming of the Campbells
The Stone and Campbell Movements Unite
The Great Divide of the Civil
The Christian Church Disciples of Christ
Churches of Christ
Britain the Commonwealth and Europe
Asia and the Pacific Islands
The Carribean and Latin America
Africa the New Center of Christianity
A Global Movement Faces the Future
Study Guide
Copyright

Christian Churches and Churches of Christ

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2015)

GARY HOLLOWAY serves as executive director of the World Convention of Churches of Christ in Nashville, Tennessee. DOUGLAS A. FOSTER is a professor of church history and director of the Center for Restoration Studies at Abilene Christian University.

Bibliographic information