A letter to Alexander Campbell, in reply to an article in the Millennial harbinger
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Published by Lexington intelligencer in Lexington, Ky .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Campbell, Alexander, -- 1788-1866

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Edition Notes

Other titlesMillenial harbinger
Statementby Joseph C. Stiles
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 91762
ContributionsCampbell, Alexander, 1788-1866
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination57 p.
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15352696M
LC Control Number87735757

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Brand new Book. Title: A letter to Alexander Campbell: in reply to an article in the Millennial thor: Joseph C StilesPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works about the Americas. Alexander Campbell's Address: "Demonology: An Address Delivered to the Popular Lecture Club, Nashville, Tennessee, Ma " Millennial Harbinger (October ): Related Texts: Matthias Winans. "Demonology."Letter of Octo , to Alexander Campbell. Millennial Harbinger, New Series, 5 (December ): Matthias Winans. A recent book says of this matter: "Alexander Campbell, however, in his reply to the Lun enburg letter, insisted that th e unimm ersed were Christians."8 But on the question of baptism's being a Biblical prerequisite to be­ coming a Christian or being saved, Campbell's writing is : Glenn Paden. The Lunenburg Letter Campbell's Controversial Correspondence with a Sister over Saints in the Sects. Alexander Campbell was born Septem in Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Campbell (), who was a Minister for the Seceder Presbyterian Church in northern Ireland, and also an honor graduate of the University of Glasgow. His.

Publications by and about Alexander Campbell in Restoration Movement Texts, at the Restoration Movement Pages: Texts, Pictures, Studies about the History, Beliefs, and Practices of the Christian Churches, Churches of Christ, and Disciples of Christ. Campbell at His Zenith. Alexander Campbell’s activities during these years were constant and varied. The Millennial Harbinger furnished a medium for the development and expression of his ideas and for the exchange of news and opinions among the churches. His many long tours for lecturing and preaching were more fruitful in building morale and gaining publicity for the movement than in.   February Dear brethren, Many years ago I bought the complete set of Alexander Campbell’s second periodical named the “Millennial Harbinger.” At that time I started to read the forty-one volumes, but only “worked” my way through the first ten volumes and stopped. Well I’m back at it and reading number eleven, I want. , in the Millennial Harbinger Campbell republishes an article from the Methodist Protestant that he says is “marked with good sense and sound views of the crisis” 24 around the growth of.

  When Alexander Campbell died in , he left his legacy in a divided condition. His six living grandchildren from his first wife, Margaret, challenged Alexander’s will, which left the estate to his second wife, Selina, and her children. He also left his spiritual descendants on the precipice of theological and sectional division. In , David [ ].   These facts are opening the eyes of some of the worst of our enemies, among whom is A. [Alexander] Campbell, of “Millennial Harbinger” memory. He has recently began to howl most prodigiously; calling upon the people in great agony to read Mr. How’s [Edward D. Howe’s Mormonism Unveiled] book, as a sure antidote against delusion. In the 7 February Millennial Harbinger, less than a year after the printing of the Book of Mormon and organization of the Church of Christ, Alexander Campbell published what he considered a reasoned refutation of Smith and the Book of Mormon. The critique was titled “Delusions.”.   Campbell recounts the story of Joseph as an example of God's providential care in both Alexander Campbell, "Chance," Millennial Harbinger 22 (November ): , and Campbell, "Providence, General and Special," [16] Alexander Campbell, "Mysteries of Providence," Millennial Harbinger 18 (December ):