History of Reformatory Movements; Resulting in a Restoration of the Apostolic Church

By: Rowe, John F.

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Original brown blindstamped cloth. Previous owner's name. Spine faded. Floral endpapers. Includes a brief history of the 19 ecumenical church councils. History of reformatory movements, The primitive church and innovations, The argument of concession, Supplementary (Infant baptism). Rowe (1827-1897) was born in Pennsylvania, married an Ohio girl, lived briefly in Illinois and Iowa as a writer for various religious papers, and after the Civil War moved to Ohio. He was not an outstanding preacher, but was respected as a writer. He was influenced by Alexander Campbell and Ben Franklin, descendant of the well-known Benjamin Franklin. 515 pp.

Title: History of Reformatory Movements; Resulting in a Restoration of the Apostolic Church

Author Name: Rowe, John F.

Illustrator: Portrait Front.

Categories: Religion,

Edition: Revised and Enlarged

Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio, John F. Rowe: 1890

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good Plus to Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 005799

Keywords: NOISBN Religion. Reform.