The Biography of Eld. Barton Warren Stone, Written by Himself: With Additions and Reflections

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Arno Press, 1972 - Disciples of Christ - 408 pages
The writer believes that B.W. Stone, the much abused and persecuted B.W. Stone, was one of the greatest and most consistent Reformers that has appeared in any age since the Apostacy, and that his name will gather new accessions of glory as time rolls on. That for his successful and consistent advocacy of the Bible as the only rule of faith and practice and the only foundation of Christian union, for his unflinching adherence to this great principle amidst poverty and disgrace, the most bitter and unrelenting persecutions from the powerful sects of the day, and the faltering and desertion of his own friends, he deserves and will receive the admiration of posterity. - Preface.

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Birth and early education
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CHAPTER III
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CHAPTER IV
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