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Declaration and address of the Christian Association of Washington.

Campbell, Thomas

Declaration and address of the Christian Association of Washington.

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Published by Printed by Brown & Sample ... in Washington, (Pa.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsAcheson, Thomas., Christian Association of Washington (Washington, Pa.)
The Physical Object
Pagination56 p.
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20237034M

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The source of this edition of Thomas Campbell's Declaration and Address is C. Young's Historical Documents Advocating Christian Union (Chicago: The Christian Century Co.,pp. This work was published before January 1,and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

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Together with these believers, Campbell formed the Christian Association of Washington. One of their first activities was to develop a statement of purpose and direction for the group. Thus was born the Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington.

Historian William Warren Sweet has called the Declaration and Address one of the most important religious documents in America. He and others compared it to the country's Declaration of Independence. As Thomas Jefferson challenged the American colonies to casl off the old world political tyrannies,Thomas Campbell challenged the people of America to throw off their old world religious.

Author: Christian Association of Washington (Washington, Pa.); Format: Book, Online; 56 p. ; 22 cm. Declaration and address of the Christian Association of Washington [electronic resource] | National Library of Australia.

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Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington (Classic Reprint)Author: Thomas Campbell. THE DECLARATION AND ADDRESS OF THOMAS CAMPBELL (Printed September 7, ) THE CHRISTIAN UNION OVERTURE: Two Themes of Restoration Heritage--Truth and Unity of The Church in the Post Modern Context of the Denial of True Truth and the Possibility of Unity in a Pluralistic, Relativistic Culture (Humanistic, Secularistic, Naturalistic); compare John 17 and Ephesians 4 on.

With these words of introduction, Thomas Campbell began writing the Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington, Pa – surely one of the most noble efforts towards Christian unity in the past years.

Declaration and Address (First Edition ) by Thomas Campbell in Restoration Movement Texts at the Restoration Movement Page: Texts, Pictures, Studies about the History of the Christian Churches, Churches of Christ, and Disciples of Christ.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Get this from a library. Declaration and address of the Christian Association of Washington. [Thomas Campbell; Thomas Acheson; Christian Association of Washington (Washington, Washington County.

Thiseditionfollowstheoriginal, pageforpage,lineforIbe,letterfor etypefacedupli- catesthatofahundredyears2igo withremarkableexactness. The full title of this document was: Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington. This document has clearly become, with very little argument from historians, the defining document of our movement, even though it came five years after Barton W.

Stone's " Last Will and Testament of the Springfield Presbytery " (June   It is generally agreed that the restoration movement led by Thomas and Alexander Campbell began with the presentation of the Declaration and Address to the members of the Christian Association of Washington, Pennsylvania, in September,by its author, Thomas Campbell/5.

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The Campbell wing of the movement was launched when Thomas Campbell published the Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington in In The Declaration and Address he set forth some of his convictions about the church of Jesus Christ, as he organized the Christian Association of Washington, in Washington County.

The Declaration and Address, which set forth the intentions of the association, was read and approved to be print ed on Sept.

7, and came from the press later fall. 8 Almost two years ago this writer spoke at Bethany College, Beth­Author: Jay Smith. Campbell's Declaration & Address of the Christian Association of Washington is one of the modern Church of Christ's two major founding documents (along with Barton W Stone’s Last Will & Testament of the Springfield Presbytery).All modern Churches of Christ, and associated colleges, trace their historical roots back to this document in some way.

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Composed in in order to organize and direct a loosely assembled network of Scots-Irish Presbyterians on the Western Pennsylvania frontier, the Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington never quite achieved the immediate objectives that compelled its composition.3/5(2).

Declaration and Address. (I know some date it to Stone’s Last Will and Testament in ) The children of this beginning are the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Christian Churches/Churches of Christ (Independent or 4Cs), and the Churches of Christ.

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The Declaration and Address consists of the purposes, objectives and rationale for the Christian Association. Though inaccessible for most of the first hundred years of the movement it sparked, it was reissued for the Pittsburgh Centennial Celebration.

Posts about Declaration and Address written by mac. Two chapel presentations at the Johnson Bible College site are worth your time.

Marshall Leggett does a fine job interpreting Thomas Campbell (I was told he received a standing ovation from the students); Tommy Smith with Gary Weedman recreated a communion service on the model of the Directory for the Publick Worship of God. Address(es) of service: 4. Service was made as indicated below: (By delivery to the person named by a peace officer.

(By mailing to the person named at the address(es) of service. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct.

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This handsome little volume includes the Declaration of Independence as well as a short paragraph biography of each of the signers. Signers are arranged by state with small woodcut illustrations. 32 pages, hardcover with imitation-leather like cover and imprinted gold title. The Declaration of Independence ()Pages:   Like the Wellington Declaration (signed in ), the Washington Declaration opens dialogues that include the exchange of information, strategic perspectives, and defense policies.

It includes collaboration on issues such as maritime security cooperation, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, and peacekeeping support operations. In the case of George Washington, he used 84 different ways of describing God. He used terms such as Good Shepherd, Divine Disposer of Events and Divine Author of our blessed religion.

AFAJ: Some who see that the writers were followers of Jesus and that God is mentioned in the Declaration will argue that it is not a legal document that should. A tour group from Tupelo Christian Preparatory School in Tupelo, Miss., stands around a cross on the grave of Robert F.

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In The Declaration and Address, he set forth some of his convictions about the church of Jesus Christ. He organized the Christian Association of Washington, in Washington County, Pennsylvania on the western frontier of the state, not as a church but as an association of persons seeking to grow in faith.

He had by this time adopted the idea of restoring the primitive church of the New Testament. After he was suspended from his Presbyterian ministry for practicing open communion, he formed the Christian Association of Washington (in Washington County, Pennsylvania).

In he published Declaration and Address, a treatise rejecting.George Washington (Febru – Decem ) was an American political leader, military general, statesman, and founding father who served as the first president of the United States from to Previously, he led Patriot forces to victory in the nation's War for presided at the Constitutional Convention ofwhich established the U.S.

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