Series: A Social History of the Disciples of Christ

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Quest for a Christian America, 1800-1865: A Social History of the Disciples of Christ, Volume 1 by David Edwin Harrell1
Sources of Division in the Disciples of Christ, 1865-1900: A Social History of the Disciples of Christ, Volume 2 by Professor David Edwin Harrell Jr.2

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  1. The Churches of Christ in the 20th Century: Homer Hailey's Personal Journey of Faith by Professor David Edwin Harrell Jr. (2000)
  2. Return to the old paths: A history of the Restoration Movement by V. Glenn McCoy (1998)
  3. The Stone-Campbell Movement: An International Religious Tradition by Michael W. Casey (2002)
  4. The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement by Douglas A. Foster (2004)
  5. American Origins of Churches of Christ by Richard T. Hughes (2000)
  6. Renewing God's People: A Concise History of Churches of Christ by Gary Holloway (2002)
  7. Reviving the Ancient Faith: The Story of Churches of Christ in America by Richard T. Hughes (1996)
  8. Kingdom Come: Embracing the Spiritual Legacy of David Lipscomb and James Harding by John Mark Hicks (2006)
  9. Walter Scott: A Nineteenth-Century Evangelical by Mark G. Toulouse (1999)
  10. Barton Stone: A Spiritual Biography by D. Newell Williams (2000)
  11. Reclaiming a Heritage by Richard Hughes (2002)
  12. Captives of the Word by Louis Cochran (1987)
  13. The American Quest for the Primitive Church by Richard T. Hughes (1988)
  14. Journey in Faith: a History of the Christian Church by Lester G. McAllister (1975)
  15. Christians Only: A History of the Restoration Movement by James DeForest Murch (1962)

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