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Two volumes in one, and there is no isbn or date of publication supplied by the publisher. The only other edition I found with the two volumes combined into one was the Kindle edition.


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Two volumes in one, and there is no isbn or date of publication supplied by the publisher. The only other edition I found with the two volumes combined into one was the Kindle edition.

2 review for Memoirs of Alexander Campbell, A View of the Origin, Progress and Principles of the Religious Reformation Which He Advocated

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bill Hooten

    Well, if you are a member of one of the branches of the Disciples Movement that Campbell started, there can be no doubt of the value of this book. It is just full of information about the early days as Campbell, and others, came to their view and understanding of a back to the Bible unity movement. This is a long book, and will require a great deal of commitment to finish it; but I feel as if it will be a blessing to those who do! I read stories in this book that I have heard all of my life, and Well, if you are a member of one of the branches of the Disciples Movement that Campbell started, there can be no doubt of the value of this book. It is just full of information about the early days as Campbell, and others, came to their view and understanding of a back to the Bible unity movement. This is a long book, and will require a great deal of commitment to finish it; but I feel as if it will be a blessing to those who do! I read stories in this book that I have heard all of my life, and was glad to see them in print. I have had this book on my shelf for a long time; but never had the time, or the commitment to tackle it. Recently, I read the new biography of Campbell by Dr. Douglas Foster, and others of my friends really challenged me to tackle the Richardson book. I am glad that I read it, but there were a couple of negatives to me: (1) Richardson is extremely wordy, and anything that he can say in 10 words he will say in 100; and, (2) when I was through, I didn't feel as if I had read a biography. I told a friend of mine yesterday, that I felt as if I had read an apologetic for the Restoration Movement, and of the life of Alexander Campbell. But when you read the extended title of the book, it appears that is what Richardson intended to do. I am glad that I read it, but if someone is looking for a biography of Campbell, I would still point them to Foster's volume

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gerrard Fess

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