Authors

Leo Ashby

Publication Date

6-1935

Advisor(s) - Committee Chair

Arndt Stickle, Finley Grise

Degree Program

Department of History

Degree Type

Master of Arts

Abstract

The question of religion has caused much strife among mankind in the past, and even the present is not without its spiritual prejudices. In any phase of life the individual who departs too far from the accepted order is almost certain to be brought up sharply against the criticism and even ridicule of his contemporaries.

Alexander Campbell is no exception to this rule. His life was one of strife and conflict in the field of religion. His leadership in the “Reformation Movement” of the early Nineteenth Century has left an indelible impression upon the minds of thousands of men and women.

Disciplines

Christian Denominations and Sects | History | History of Christianity | History of Religion | Philosophy | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion | Social History | United States History