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The Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement
This is one of the last church mentioned on the List of Christian denominations Wikipedia website. Stone is mentioned as part of the Restoration Movement. His full name is: Barton Warren Stone (1772 to 1844).
As Barton Warren Stone developed into an outstanding preacher, and Continuing to preach in Kentucky, he established churches according only to the New Testament teachings.
Stone first met Alexander Campbell at Georgetown, Kentucky in 1824, becoming fast friends their fellowship became very close by 1832. Stone arrived at New Testament practices through his own study of the scriptures and became part of the restoration movement.
Campbell is mentioned as part of the Restoration Movement. There are two Campbell’s, father and son.
Father, Thomas Campbell, (1763 to 1854)
Son, Alexander Campbell, (1788 to 1866)
In 1808, Thomas Campbell was joined in America by his family who arrived from Ireland, his son Alexander one of the new arrivals, along with him became early members of the restoration movement. Thomas Campbell became a major proponent in restoring what the bible teaches in the restoration movement
Speak where the Bible speaks and be silent where the Bible is silent.
A famous sermon he preached had in it,
- “There is but one church of Christ.”
- “If the Scriptures are silent on a point, no human authority has the right to make laws for the church.”
- “The New Testament is the constitution for the worship, discipline and government of the New Testament Church.”