Robert C. Kurka
Professor of Theology in Church and Culture
Lincoln Christian University
Since its inception, the Stone Campbell Movement has emphasized biblical theology, ecclesiology, and the sacraments. These three theological priorities have shaped the tradition in both its strengths and weaknesses. This paper explores how these emphases have made SCM Restorationism especially suited to contribute as the Church replaces the polemics of the past 500 years with dialogue, moving ever closer to unity in the ongoing advance of the Reformation.
VOLUME 22, No. 2