One of the foundational journals in the Restoration Movement is Barton W. Stone’s The Christian Messenger. This new edition has been enlarged (bigger pages, bigger font) and reformatted (in other words, it isn’t a photocopy reproduction like all the ones before) to give your eyes a much better reading experience.
The 1832 volume is larger than previous years, due to John T. Johnson joining Barton Stone as co-editor. This was a result of the union of forces between the “Christians” (Christians who worked with Barton W. Stone and his associates) and “Reformers” (Christians who worked with Alexander Campbell and his associates). This volume covers topics such as “Campbellism,” the atonement, Christian unity, baptism, and more.
Researchers can rejoice because this edition follows the same pagination as the original, making it easy to use as a source in research papers and articles.
Many people have worked together, putting in a combined hundred-plus hours of work to bring this edition to you.
Paperback, 384 pages.