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The Beginning of the Alexander Campbell Movement
[And Its Impact on Kentucky Baptist Churches]
1809-1823
By Frank M. Masters



Alexander Campbell In Kentucky
By Frank M. Masters

Mr. A. Campbell, the Founder of a Sect
The Baptist newspaper, 1867
12.17.12

Circular Letter on Campbellism
Franklin Association, 1830
By Silas M. Noel

Alexander Campbell and the
Mahoning Baptist Association (VA)

By Frank Masters, 1953

Baptism and Remission
By J. E. Farnam
The Baptist Quarterly, 1877

The Schism of Alexander Campbell
By John T. Christian

Campbellite Theological Dictionary
From the Baptist Banner
Via The Baptist, 1835

Alexander Campbell and His Assault on the Baptists in Kentucky
By J. H. Spencer, 1885

The Elkhorn Association and the
Campbellite Jacob Creath, Jr. - 1830


ADDRESS
Of the Church of Christ at South Elkhorn to the Elkhorn Association.
[This church was dismissed from the Elkhorn Association for
following the teachings of Alexander Campbell]
ca. 1831

J. N. Hall's "Campbellite Catechism -
with Conflicting Answers of Two Distinguished Campbellites"

1898
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[Thanks to Steve Lecrone for locating this documents.]

J. R. Graves / Alexander Campbell Dispute
By Samuel H. Ford, 1900

Campbellism Controversy in the Miami Baptist Association (OH)
By G. W. Lasher, D. D., 1898

A Little Discussion with Alexander Campbell
By James M. Pendleton

Early History of David's Fork Baptist Church
Lexington, Kentucky
By Samuel H. Ford, 1858
This document includes the church's records
concerning the tactics of Campbell's followers.

The Theory of Baptismal Regeneration - Acts 2:38
By B. H. Carroll
An Interpretation of the English Bible

Dover Association - Resolution on Campbellism, 1832
By John T. Christian

A History of Clear Creek Church
and Campbellism Exposed

By John Taylor, 1830

James A. Kirtley's Comments on Campbellism
Northbend Baptist Association Minutes, (KY)

"Campbellism Examined"
By Jeremiah B. Jeter
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