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Declaration and address by Thomas Campbell
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Declaration and address

by Thomas Campbell

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This is the Centennial Celebration Edition published in 1908. Thomas Campbell was born February 1, 1763 in Ireland, and migrated to the United States in 1807. A Presbyterian minister who grew tired of denominationalism, set forth in this publication the reasons why. He proclaimed that all the churches had gone astray and encouraged them to use the New Testament as their guide book. Barton W. Stone, as well as others came to the same conclusion, which started the Restoration Movement - to restore the churches to the New Testament. Today, their followers are known as Disciples of Christ, Christians and churches of Christ.… (more)

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