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Cane Ridge reader
|Other titles||Observations on church government., History of the Christian Church in the West., The biography of Eld. Barton Warren Stone.|
|Statement||Hoke S. Dickinson, editor.|
|Contributions||Dickinson, Hoke S., Stone, Barton W. 1772-1844., Rogers, John, 1800-1867, Stone, Barton W. 1772-1884.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 404, 23, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
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A collection of works by and about Barton W. Stone, the Cane Ridge revival, and the beginnings of the "Stone" part of the Stone-Campbell movement. Barton W. Stone is the highlight of the book: in it are preserved his autobiography, and a biography by Rogers that picks up where his autobiography leaves off, including preservation of many of the /5.
In the three main chapters of this book, historian Paul Conkin tells the reader what came before, during, and after the great revival at Cane Ridge. In other words, this book is about the background, event, and aftermath of that quintessential camp by: Cane Ridge, Kentucky, United States was the site, inof a huge camp meeting that drew thousands of people and had a lasting influence as one of the landmark events of the Second Great Awakening, which took place largely in frontier areas of the United event was led by eighteen Presbyterian ministers, but numerous Methodist and Baptist preachers also.
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The Cane Ridge Reader Hardcover – January 1, by Elder John Rogers [ed. Hoke S. Dickinson (Author)5/5(4). At this Cane Ridge Communion, though, someti people swirled about the grounds—watching, praying, preaching, weeping, groaning, falling.
Though some stood at the edges and mocked, most. James McGreadyJames McGready: who was a pastor at Red River, Gasper River, and Muddy River churches in KY was said to be an amazing public speaker, Barton Stone was converted under his preaching in North Carolina.
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The nine chapters of the book introduce the reader to new insights in the place Barton Warren Stone has played in the life of the Stone-Campbell movement and the significance the Cane Ridge Revival and the Cane Ridge Congregation have had on our life as a people as a part of God's people.
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Cane Ridge, Kentucky, USA was the site, inof a large camp meeting that drew thousands of people and had a lasting influence as one of the landmark events of the Second Great Awakening.
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