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Alexander Campbell

(1788—1866) a founder of the Disciples of Christ or Churches of Christ


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(1788–1866).

Founder of the ‘Campbellites’ or ‘Disciples of Christ’, and the Churches of Christ. A voluminous writer, Campbell rejected all credal formulas, being persuaded that Christianity's only demands are personal confession of Christ in baptism.

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