What Restoration Movement Journal featured the writings of Alexander Campbell, Walter Scott, Benjamin Franklin, B.F. Hall, and M. Winans? Which Restoration Journal included in-depth debates with Methodists and Universalists, and even had articles denouncing preterism?
The Heretic Detector is the answer! Beginning in 1837, Arthur Crihfield and friends unleashed the much-maligned (only because of its name) journal. But once you read the contents, you’ll know why it was such a popular paper.
We have spent hundreds of hours and hundreds of dollars tracking down old copies of this journal, slowly putting together the complete first volume (and more to come!). This edition has been completely reformatted, enlarged, and corrected to give you the best possible reading experience.
Find out what the fuss is all about!