Tag Archives: non-institutional

The Church and Societies

I was recently reading Bainton’s┬áChristian Attitudes Toward War and Peace, which is a history of pacifist thought within Christianity. In his chapter on Waterloo to Armageddon (19th century up to WWI), the following quotation caught my attention, especially as it … Continue reading

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FEW Jr on Church and Home

Foy E. Wallace, Jr. was forcefully making a cogent, non-institutional argument before widespread debating on the issue took place. He wasn’t the first, but he probably honed and articulated the argument as well as anyone else. He would later denounce … Continue reading

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History of Churches of Christ

One of my research interests lately has been to consider the history of Churches of Christ, particularly in the 20th century. Many people pinpoint their existence as a separate group from the Disciples of Christ in 1906, although they certainly … Continue reading

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Nashville NI Churches

As some of you know, I have been digging into Nashville church history. It seems as if one inquiry has led me down the path of further questions. Broadmoor’s history has led me to consider other non-institutional churches in Nashville … Continue reading

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