The 9th volume of The Christian Messenger features several interactions with Barton W. Stone dealing with his stance on baptism. Some say he is unbiblically legalistic because he admits baptism is a command that must be obeyed to receive forgiveness of sins. Others say he is unbiblically liberal because he won’t say the unimmersed are lost.
Add to that discussions of the date of Revelation, the atonement, the millennium, slavery, and the fallout from the union of Stone and Alexander Campbell, and you have another fascinating volume of The Christian Messenger.
Completely reformatted and corrected, but with the original pagination left intact.
Paperback, 290 pages