The Restoration (Stone-Campbell) Movement in Africa: Its Beginning and Development

The Restoration Movement, also known historically as the "Stone-Campbell Movement", is a Christian reform movement that arose in the United States of America during the Second Awakening in the late 18th century and early 19th century. The leading figures of the movement are Barton W. Stone and Alexander Campbell.


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