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Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement: Comments and Reviews

Peter M. Morgan, Disciples of Christ Historical Society
Richard R. Cherok, Cincinnati Bible College
John Mark Hicks, Lipscomb University
James O. Duke, Brite Divinity School
Douglas A. Foster, Abilene Christian University
D. Newell Williams, Brite Divinity School

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Abstract

Publication of the Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement,
edited by Douglas A Foster, Paul M. Blowers, Anthony L. Dunnavant,
and D. Newell Williams, by William B. Eerdmans (800 pp. $50.00)
in fall, 2004, for good reasons has been one the most anticipated books
in the history of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement. In the
making from its inception in the mindÂ’s eye of both Foster and
Dunnavant almost fifteen years ago, it is an unprecedented achievement
of unity, combining the knowledge and academic excellence of an
army of people from all three streams of the Movement, that will stand
as the touchstone for understanding the Movement for centuries to
come. For this reason SCJ has developed an article that brings together
numerous voices to critique and comment on it: a proud supporter
and advocate, three reviewers, and two of its editors.

 
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