7) While Stoll does not consider Daniel's particular theological inheritance closely, he does claim that the "strongest similarity between Muir and his father is that each rejected an orthodox religion and preached the Gospel according to his own lights--for Daniel the Campbellite
Gospel, for Muir the Gospel of Nature" ("God and John Muir" 73).
Lindsay was an ardent supporter of Woodrow Wilson, not a Campbellite
but a Southern Presbyterian--close enough, and of his plan for an international governing body, but, after the horrific consequences of the European war became apparent, Lindsay was forced to reconsider his support for an interventionist foreign policy and to defend his position in the face of opposition from many of his friends.
Fall, Republican of New Mexico, grandson of a leader of the Campbellite
movement and much influenced by that movement's theology, referred to the League as "Chiliast," as a crime against Christian civilization in that it tried to generate the millennium through secular action.
The second case is the one of someone who had previously experienced Campbellite
Holmes has been more careful than most biographers to identify the specific form of Christianity that Muir knew--that of the Campbellite
movement--and so he is able to recognize patterns and characteristics unique to this religious culture as they appear later in Muir's life.
Our Pedo-baptist and Campbellite
neighbors are mooting the subject of baptism, and especially communion.
The only reference in the entire volume to the factors which led to the rupture of Baptists in America is found in the "Preface" where, after alluding to the Antimissions and Campbellite
conflicts, he said:
Dillard animatedly opposed the Campbellite
thought that was spreading through his region and splitting Baptist congregations and associations.
The black church retained its self-determination, however, and Marshall even dropped his Campbellite
views by the close of the decade.
Indeed, a prominent church historian recently suggested that current tensions within the American Southern Baptists reflect that group's contact with Stone-Campbell sacramentalism many generations ago--that the Campbellites
injected a sacramental virus into the Baptists for which they have not yet developed an immunity
could not even submerge their differences over instrumental music in church, and Gary North was still squabbling with his father-in-law's more hard-core followers over what the blood of the lamb really was.
He was abrasive, if not controversial, throughout his newspaper career, writing against alcohol and tobacco in a frontier town, and displaying intolerance toward Catholics, Baptists and Campbellites