Restoration Movement
The Restoration Movement (also known as the American Restoration Movement or the Stone-Campbell Movement, and pejoratively as Campbellism) is a Christian movement that began on the United States front...
Christians (Stone Movement)
The Christians (Stone Movement) were a group arising during the Second Great Awakening of the early 19th century. The most prominent leader was Barton W. Stone. The group was committed to restoring ...
Disciples of Christ (Campbell Movement)
The Disciples of Christ (Campbell Movement) were a group arising during the Second Great Awakening of the early 19th century. The most prominent leaders were Thomas and Alexander Campbell. The group...
Churches of Christ in Australia
The Churches of Christ in Australia is a Christian movement in Australia. It is part of the Restoration Movement with historical influences from the United States of America and the United Kingdom.The...
Cypress Chapel Christian Church
Cypress Chapel Christian Church is a church in Suffolk, Virginia.Cypress Chapel was founded in 1746 and was among the first churches to participate in the Restoration Movement. It was the location of ...
Jack Cottrell
Jack Cottrell is a Christian theologian, philosopher and author in the Christian churches and churches of Christ, which are part of the Restoration Movement which also includes the Disciples of Christ...
Daniel Sommer
Daniel Sommer (1850 – 1940) was a key figure in the Restoration Movement and in the separation of the Churches of Christ from the Christian Church.The roots of the division that led the Churche...
Believer's baptism
Believer's baptism (occasionally called credobaptism, from the Latin word credo) is the Christian practice of baptism as this is understood by many Protestant churches, particularly those that descend...
Southeast Christian Church (Louisville, Kentucky)
Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky is an evangelical Christian church. Its Senior Minister, Dave Stone, assumed leadership of the church in 2006, followed by Teaching Pastor and author...
James Burton Coffman
James Burton Coffman (May 24, 1905 – June 30, 2006) was "one of the most influential figures among Churches of Christ in the 20th century." He was known throughout the Churches of Christ for his exhau...
Barry McCarty
C. Barry McCarty is an American preacher who has been associated with the Christian churches and churches of Christ, which is part of the Restoration Movement. However, since January 2010 he has been ...
North American Christian Convention
The North American Christian Convention is an annual summer convention supported by churches, colleges, institutions, and missions programs associated with the Christian churches and churches of Chris...
David Purviance
David Purviance, November 14, 1766 – August 19, 1847, was a member of the Kentucky legislature, a member of the Ohio legislature, and an important early leader in the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movem...
James O'Kelly
James O'Kelly (born 1735; died October 16, 1826 in Chatham County, North Carolina) was an American clergyman during the Second Great Awakening and an important figure in the early history of Methodism...
Living Oracles
The Living Oracles is a translation of the New Testament compiled and edited by the early Restoration Movement leader Alexander Campbell. Published in 1826, it was based on an 1818 combined edition o...
Barton W. Stone
Barton Warren Stone (December 24, 1772 – November 9, 1844) was an important American preacher during the early 19th-century Second Great Awakening in the United States. First ordained a Presbyterian m...
Mendel Diness
Mendel Diness (born 1827 in Odessa; died December 1, 1900 in Port Townsend, Washington) was a Jewish watchmaker in 19th century Jerusalem who studied photography under the Scottish missionary and pho...
Christian churches and churches of Christ
The Christian churches and churches of Christ are a part of the Restoration Movement and share historical roots with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the a cappella Churches of Christ.Th...
Cane Ridge Meeting House
Cane Ridge Meeting House is a historic church building on Cane Ridge in Paris, Kentucky built in 1791. It is one of the oldest church buildings in Kentucky and the largest one room log structure. Th...
Benjamin Franklin (clergyman)
Benjamin Franklin (1 February 1812 – 22 October 1878) was an important conservative figure in the American Restoration Movement, especially as the leading antebellum conservative in the northern Unite...
Christian Standard
The Christian Standard a religious periodical associated with the Restoration Movement that was established in 1866. The Standard began focusing on a particular branch of the movement, the Christian ...
National Bible Bowl
National Bible Bowl is a 501(c) non-profit organization which is responsible for the administration of two nation-wide Bible quizzing programs for youth in grades 3 to 12. There are hundreds of teams ...
Restoration Quarterly
The Restoration Quarterly is a scholarly journal associated with the Churches of Christ. It focuses on issues of interest to the Churches of Christ and other groups associated with the Restoration Mo...
Christian Connection
The Christian Connection or Christian Connexion was a Christian movement in the United States of America that developed in several places during the late 18th and early 19th centuries; it was made up ...