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The Effect of the Civil War on the Stone-Campbell Movement

Douglas A Foster
Professor of Church History 
Abilene Christian University 
fosterd@acu.edu

Abstract

More than a century and a half after the close of the American Civil War, its impact is still being felt in the nation and among its churches, and Stone- Campbell Movement churches are no exception. Sectionalization, a “Southern” ethos, antipathy toward extra-congregational structures, pacifism and separatism, white supremacy and segregation are among the ideologies that are its legacy.

 
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