- n. US A member of any of various religious groups historically descended from the nineteenth-century Restoration Movement.
- adj. Of or pertaining to any of these groups.
- Campbell + -ite, after Thomas and Alexander Campbell. (Wiktionary)
“We passed through a well-wooded country -- pines and post oaks -- the road bad: crossed the river Trinity at 12 noon, and dined at the house of a disreputable looking individual called a Campbellite minister, at 4.30”
“-- the road bad: crossed the river Trinity at 12 noon, and dined at the house of a disreputable-looking individual, called a Campbellite minister, at 4.30 P. M.”
“Who knows whether the "Campbellite Baptists", the little sect in which Lloyd George grew up, even still exists?”
“I.e. I doubt you'll find many Campbellite Church of Christ members proudly displaying "Joe Six-Pack" t-shirts.”
“Pepperdine is associated with the Church of Christ, which is part of the Campbellite/Stoneite Restoration tradition.”
“A note for Chelle: I don't mean to imply that distrust of clerical privilege is part of the Stone-Campbellite creed or anything Stone-Campbellites realize that I just made a Stone-Campbellite joke.”
“As a Stone-Campbellite I grew up Church of Christ, I would like to point out that not all of us have a distrust of clerical privilege.”
“Others, drawing upon the Wesleyan and Campbellite traditions, believe that salvation, though freely given of God, can be removed if the person does not carry out certain works or if the person engages in sinful behavior.”
“David was -- became the minister of a Campbellite congregation in -- in Holden.”
“I became a Campbellite when I was baptized into the Christian Church.”
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