The Campbell-Stone Movement in Ontario: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Churches of Christ, Independent Christian Churches-Churches of Christ

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
The Disciples and Frontier Religion: The Scottish Baptist Roots of the Restoration Movement in 19th Century Ontario 1
The Scottish Connection: John Glas (1695-1773) 43
Alexander Campbell's Tour of Canada in 1855 61
Alexander Campbell and the Ecumenical Movement 73
Reflections on a Visit to Bethany, West Virginia 85
The Contribution of Two Christian Connection Preachers to Disciples History in Canada: McIntyre and Ashley 89
James Black's Life and Times 101
David Oliphant: the Person, Editor and Preacher 143
A Preaching Tour by Edmund Sheppard 159
James A. Lord: Father of the Christian Churches/Church of Christ? 171
Joseph Ash and his "Reminiscences" of the Early Days of Ontario Churches 187
The Story of Eagle's Union Church 205
Toronto's Early Disciple Churches 213
The History of the Keele St. Church of Christ, Toronto 227
The Church of Christ at Omagh: a Restoration Miniature 251
Recollections of the Erin village Church of Christ 265
The Beamsville Church at the Beginning of the 20th Century: a Study of one Congregation's Response to Division 271
19th Century Restorationist Church Architecture in Ontario 287
Sisters of the Brotherhood: A Flame of the Lord's Kindling. Background Information and Documents in the Formation of the Ontario Christian Woman's Board of Missions 301
A History of Ministerial Education in Ontario, with Special Emphasis upon the Independent Christian Churches/Churches of Christ 315
Order of Worship at the Church of Christ, Meaford 321
The Tension between "Restoring the Church" and "Uniting all Christians" in the Campbell-Stone Movement 341
From the "Co-operation of Disciples of Christ in Ontario" to the "Ontario Assembly of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)" 349
The a cappella Churches of Christ in Ontario since The Disciples of Christ in Canada since 1830 359
The "Independent Churches of Christ/Christian Churches" in Canada since 1945 375
Photographs 399
App. 1. A Note on the Distinction between "Scotch Baptist" and "Scottish Baptist" 413
App. 2. Joint List of Campbell-Stone Churches in Ontario 421
Bibliography 425
Index 441
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