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Cane Ridge Meetinghouse (Updated Edition)

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Barton W. Stone served at Cane Ridge for many years, first as a Presbyterian minister, but soon thereafter as simply a Christian, having discarded the denominational name, creed, and dogma to simply follow the Scriptures wherever they led.

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For some, the Cane Ridge Revival in 1801 marks the beginning of the “Stone-Campbell Movement.” It was at this same place that Barton W. Stone served as a preacher for many years, first as a Presbyterian minister, but soon thereafter as simply a Christian, having discarded the denominational name, creed, and dogma to simply follow the Scriptures wherever they led.

Featuring a history of the congregation, as well as biographies of some of the prominent men who served there, like Barton W. Stone, David Purviance, and John A. Gano.

This work has been completely reformatted, reorganized, updated, and annotated to give you the best possible reading experience. Another Restoration Movement classic from your friends at Cobb Publishing!

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