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Peter A. Verkruyse
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Prophet, Pastor, and Patriarch book. This book examines the rhetorical strategies employed by Alexander Campbell, a key figure in the Stone-Campbell or Restoration movement, which eventually comprised one of the largest religious sects in 19th century America and gave rise to three major contemporary church groups: T A study of the role of rhetoric in the exercise of leadership within a community of faith.

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This book examines the rhetorical strategies employed by Alexander Campbell, a key figure in the "Stone-Campbell" or Restoration movement, which eventually comprised one of the largest religious sects in 19th century America and gave rise to three major contemporary church.

This book examines the rhetorical strategies employed by Alexander Campbell, a key figure in the "Stone-Campbell" or Restoration movement, which eventually comprised one of the largest religious sects in 19th century America and gave rise to three major contemporary church groups: The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Churches of Christ, and the independent.

Prophet, pastor, and patriarch. the rhetorical leadership of Alexander Campbell. Published 2005 by University of Alabama Press in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

This book examines the rhetorical strategies employed by Alexander Campbell, a key figure in the . Campbell was the dominant voice in this movement for four decades.

This book examines the rhetorical strategies employed by Alexander Campbell, a key figure in the "Stone-Campbell" or Restoration movement, which eventually comprised one of the largest religious sects in 19th-century America and gave rise to three major contemporary church groups: the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Churches of Christ, and the independent Christian Churches and Churches of. Christ.

Alexander Campell's Restoration Movement Alexander Campbell's philosophy of rhetoric The "Sermon on the law" and the art of constitutive rhetoric Ridicule and residue : the prophetic tone of the Christian Baptist Managing ideological difference : classification, transcendence.

Alexander Campell's Restoration Movement Alexander Campbell's philosophy of rhetoric The "Sermon on the law" and the art of constitutive rhetoric Ridicule and residue : the prophetic tone of the Christian Baptist Managing ideological difference : classification, transcendence and the letter from Lunenburg "The missionary cause" : epideictic narrative and rhetorical vision. Location: BSC BSCMN, AYBM BX7343.

Prophet, Pastor, and Patriarch: The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander Campbell. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2005. Vanderbilt University. oceedings{McCook2008ProphetPA, title {Prophet, Pastor, and Patriarch: The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander Campbell. 50}, author {Matt Collin McCook}, year {2008} }. Matt Collin McCook.

Peter Verkruyse studies Campbell’s sermons, lectures, debates, letters, and journals to discover the extent to which Campbell’s leadership depended upon his discursive practices. Through close readings, Verkruyse finds that a significant reason for the breadth and duration of Campbell’s influence was his keen sense of the demands of rhetorical situations. As his movement evolved over time, Campbell faced radically different rhetorical circumstances, and his ability to adapt his rhetoric to the exigencies and constraints of these situations generated for him an evolving leadership ethos-first.

The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander Campbell. Peter Verkruyse studies Campbell’s sermons, lectures, debates, letters, and journals to discover the extent to which Campbell’s leadership depended upon his discursive practices

The Rhetorical Leadership of Alexander Campbell. 240 pp. 978-0-8173-1477-4. Peter Verkruyse studies Campbell’s sermons, lectures, debates, letters, and journals to discover the extent to which Campbell’s leadership depended upon his discursive practices.

A study of the role of rhetoric in the exercise of leadership within a community of faith. This book examines the rhetorical strategies employed by Alexander Campbell, a key figure in the “Stone-Campbell” or Restoration movement, which eventually comprised one of the largest religious sects in 19th century America and gave rise to three major contemporary church groups: The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Churches of Christ, and the independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ. Campbell was the dominant voice in this movement for four decades. Peter Verkruyse studies Campbell’s sermons, lectures, debates, letters, and journals to discover the extent to which Campbell’s leadership depended upon his discursive practices. Through close readings, Verkruyse finds that a significant reason for the breadth and duration of Campbell’s influence was his keen sense of the demands of rhetorical situations. As his movement evolved over time, Campbell faced radically different rhetorical circumstances, and his ability to adapt his rhetoric to the exigencies and constraints of these situations generated for him an evolving leadership ethos--first as prophet, then as pastor, and finally as patriarch.  Fundamentally a study of religious rhetoric as a tool of leadership, this work also makes an important contribution to the canon of 19th century American religious history.