• Walter Scott and the Five-Finger Exercise
  • Who Was the Cross For?
  • Constantine the Great: Christian or Pagan? (Paper)
  • Melchizedek, a Type of Christ
  • The Age of Accountability
  • Principles of Conversion: Ownership Brings Activation
  • The Angry God of the Old Testament
  • Why the Death of Jesus?

     

Archives For November 2017

For those in or familiar with the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement tradition, there is perhaps no figure who is more important yet less known than Walter Scott. Scott is considered to be one of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement’s four founding fathers. He is most famous for systematizing what he claimed was the restoration of the ancient gospel: faith, repentance, baptism, remission of sins, the Holy Spirit, and eternal life. For his evangelistic purposes, he condensed his doctrine into the methodology that became known as the five-finger exercise.

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