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Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of

By: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER & ROBERT OWEN.

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Cincinnati,, 1829 1829

Item Number: 17202


"Campbell & Owen Debate, Second Edition, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1829 CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER & ROBERT OWEN. Debate on the Evidences of Christianity; Containing an Examination of the ""Social System,"" and of all the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, in April, 1829; Between Robert Owen & Alexander Campbell. Reported by Charles H. Sims, Esq. With an Appendix, written by the parties. Volume I. [& Volume... View more info

Debate on the Roman Catholic Religion: Held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting House, Cincinnati, from the 13th to the 21st of January, 1837. Between Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia, and the Rt. Rev. John B. Purcell, Bishop of Cincinnati. Taken Down by Reporters, and Revised by the Parties. [4 lines quotes from gospels]

By: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER and JOHN B. PURCELL.

Price: $165.00

Publisher: Cincinnati:, Stereotyped & Published by J. A. James & Co.: 1837 1837

Item Number: 17379


"Famous debate between Campbell & Purcell. J. J Haley notes in his Debates that Made History, that this was the only time in America when a Roman church official debated a Protestant pastor. Bound original tan paper over boards, spine nicely rebacked in modern acid-free tan paper with printed paper title label, original tan paper soiled and rubbed--worn through paper at all edges, damp spots on rear cover, untrimmed page edges, medium foxing throughout--heavier fo... View more info

"Debate on the Evidences of Christianity: Containing an Examination of the ""Social System,"" and of all the Systems of Scepticism of Ancient and Modern Times. Held in the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the 13th to the 21st of April, 1829; Between Robert Owen, of New Lanark, Scotland, and Alexander Campbell, of Bethany, Virginia. Reported by Charles H. Sims, Stenographer. With an Appendix, written by the parties. Vol. I. [& Vol. II.] [8 lines of quotes]"

By: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, & ROBERT OWEN.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Bethany, Va.,, Printed and Published by Alexander Campbell.: 1829 1829

Inscription: Signed

Item Number: 16705


" Robert Owen (1771-1858) Welsh socialist, pioneer of co-operation in industry, and philanthropist. He argued in A New View of Society (1813) that man's character is wholly determined by environment. He founded several communities of ""Owenites"" on co-operative principles in England and America including one in New Harmony, Indiana. At the age of 82 he took up Spiritualism. Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of... View more info

The Christian Baptist; Edited by Alexander Campbell. [4 lines quotes] Revised by D. S. Burnet, from the Second Edition, with Mr. Campbell's Last Corrections. Seven Volumes in One. Thirteenth Edition.

By: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, ed.

Price: $200.00

Publisher: [Cincinnati, OH], Published by H. S. Bosworth: 1861 1861

Item Number: 16743


"Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. ""Believing in the power of the press, Alexander Campbell started The Christian Baptist in 1823, and built up a successful periodical, through which he disseminated his opinions. The paper was printed at home and its success encouraged him to continue the printing business uninterruptedly for forty years. In his paper he attacked missions, Sunday-schools, and sectarian societies a... View more info

The Christian Baptist, Published Monthly. Edited by Alexander Campbell. [12 lines scripture.] Vol. VII.

By: CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER.

Price: $425.00

Publisher: Bethany: [VA], Printed and Published by A. Campbell.: 1829 1829

Item Number: 17329


"Alexander Campbell (1788-1866) one of the founders of the Disciples of Christ. ""Believing in the power of the press, Alexander Campbell started the Christian Baptist in 1823, and built up a successful periodical, through which he disseminated his opinions. The paper was printed at home and its success encouraged him to continue the printing business uninterruptedly for forty years. In his paper he attacked missions, Sunday-schools, and sectarian societie... View more info