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Stone Campbell International

Stone-Campbell International is a tax-exempt 501c3 entity whose mission is to serve the church and promote its unity through the advancement of scholarship within the Stone-Campbell Movement.

Stone-Campbell International accomplishes this mission by fostering an international community of support among Christian scholars and students through events, publications, and other activities that enhance develop, disseminate, and preserve their scholarly efforts.

Among these are:

  • Stone-Campbell Journal, a semi-annual journal
  • SCJ Conference (Spring), an annual academic gathering of professors, students, and ministers.
    • Within this conference SCJ hosts a student paper contest for undergraduates and graduate students that includes a $2500 scholarship for participating graduate schools within the Stone-Campbell heritage. SCJ Conference also services the Isaac Errett Award (on behalf of the Disciples of Christ Historical Society) for graduate students submissions on topics involving the history of the Stone-Campbell Movement.
  • annual recognition awards to promising scholars in college and graduate school (Spring).
  • SCJ Annual Lecture at the North American Christian Convention (Summer).
  • sponsors an annual reception (featuring an academic conversation between two scholars) at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting (Fall).
  • Stone-Campbell Scholars Community, an online gathering point for scholars from all streams who identify with the religious heritage of the Stone-Campbell Movement.

Our Vision:

Stone-Campbell International envisions

  • Church that is more biblically literate and theologically astute.
  • Church nurtured in commitment to unity and truth that emerged from our Stone-Campbell heritage.
  • Global scholar’s community that socially and theologically shapes its members.
  • Global scholars’ community with multiple opportunities to explore truth in freedom.

Stone-Campbell International is headquartered at:   106 Kilkerry Way, Loveland OH  45140

Stone-Campbell International Board

William R. Baker
Professor of New Testament
Graduate School
Hope International University
Editor, Stone-Campbell Journal
2500 East Nutwood Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831

Alicia Crumpton
Dean, Online Ph.D in Leadership Studies
Director, Center for Global Studies
Johnson University
7900 Johnson Drive
Knoxville, TN  37990

Douglas A. Foster
Professor of Church History
Director, Center for Restoration Studies
Abilene Christian University
ACU Box 29429
Abilene, TX  79699-9429

Joseph C. Grana  II
Dean, Pacific Christian College of Ministry & Biblical Studies
2500 East Nutwood Avenue
Hope International University
Fullerton, CA  92831

Gail E. Hopkins
Orthopaedic Surgeon
3705 Emerson Avenue
Parkersburg, WV 26104

Paul Kissling
Lincoln Christian University
Professor of Old Testament
100 Campus View Drive
Lincoln, IL 62656

Mark Lura
Partner, Anderson, Rasor & Partners, LLP
100 South Wacker
Suite 1000
Chicago, IL  60606

D. Newell Williams
President and Professor of Modern and American Church History
Brite Divinity School
TCU Box 298130
Fort Worth, TX 76129

 
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Volume 20 Issue 1

Current Issue:
VOLUME 20, No. 1
Spring 2017

William R. Baker
SCJ Editor 

James Sedlacek
Review Coordinator

Rachel Kitterman
Conference Registration & Subscription Manager
(513) 284-5835

Joni Sullivan Baker
Director of Development and Communications

Jeff Painter
Advertising Manager