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An Historical and Bibliographical Note on the Biographical Approaches to Walter Scott

Charles R. Gresham
Professor in Biblical Studies
Kentucky Christian College

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Abstract

In the past two years we have celebrated the sesquicentennial of
Walter Scott’s birth. He died in relative obscurity, deeply distressed
about the dissolution of the political union to which he had given himself
as a Scottish immigrant. However, his contributions to the nascent
Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement were of such significance that
he has been dubbed one of the “big four” leaders. His life was short,
but to him we give the honor of understanding and restoring to the
church the simple evangelistic process of primitive Christianity.

 
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