by Rick Cherok
History of the Restoration Movement by Dr. Rick Cherok is part of Next Level, a free video resource from Ozark Christian College in Joplin, MO.
The Principles of the Restoration Movement are based on Jesus’ prayer in John 17, truth, unity, and evangelism. We also examine other background influences in this first session.
In session 2 we learn about Barton W. Stone and his work that many consider the beginning of the Restoration Movement.
Thomas Campbell, a lifetime of desiring unity according to Scripture to reach the world for Christ. “Where the Scriptures speak, we speak; Where the Scriptures are silent, we are silent”.
In session 4 we look at Alexander Campbell, arguably the most prolific advocate for the Restoration Movement.
In this series we examine Walter Scott, powerful promoter of evangelism. We also see the merging of "Cambellites and Stoneites" as winning the world to Christ becomes the focus of this fast growing movement.
The Civil War not only divided our country but it also divided our churches, many of which would never reunite. The Restoration Movement was not immune to the political divisiveness of the time.
In this session, we discuss Theological Liberalism, where it came from, and how it affected the Restoration Movement.
This session examines the onset and progression of foreign missions in the Restoration Movement, and the division that it ultimately causes.
Where are we today? In this final session we compare and contrast the divisions within the Restoration Movement.
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