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The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History--Reviews and Comments

James L. Gorman, Johnson University (Article Editor)
jgorman@johnsonu.edu

L. Thomas Smith, Jr., Johnson University
McGarvey Ice, Abilene Christian University
Thomas H. Olbricht, Pepperdine University

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Abstract

Editors D. Newell Williams, Douglas A. Foster, and Paul M. Blowers offer their second substantial contribution to Stone-Campbell historiography with The Stone-Campbell Movement: A Global History (Chalice, 2013), an unprecedented global survey. (1) A core of thirteen scholars collaboratively wrote this unique narrative that highlights groups of people (women, African Americans, global Christians, and others) often neglected in traditional histories. In this review essay, three Stone-Campbell Movement historians each review roughly one-third of the volume.

 
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