About Alexander Campbell (1788 to 1866)
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Alexander Campbell arrived in America in 1808. He was destined to become one of the great advocators of the restoration movement and one of the great leaders in many fields. He became recognized as a scholar of world renown.
His work on explaining the Church of Christ was exceptional in those early days. As a young man he read and spoke fluent: Greek, French and Latin. He naturally committed to memory voluminous amounts of information from literature and history.
After he arrived in America, he entered enthusiastically into the work which his father had begun. He lived at Bethany, Virginia, (now West Virginia), him and his father chose a site near their home and constructed a meeting house for worship, known as the Brush Run Church. Here, Alexander Campbell preached his first sermon on September 1, 1810.
Of is powerful preaching, he was recognized as an outstanding orator. In June 1850, he preached before both houses of Congress in Washington.
Henry Clay, James Madison and other notables traveled many miles to hear him preach. Madison, fourth president of the United States, said of Campbell:
I regard him as the ablest and most original expounder of Scripture I ever heard.
Campbell as one of the great advocators of the restoration movement was one of the most responsible for the Church as we know it today, Church of Christ.
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