Traces of the Kingdom

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by Keith Sisman

This book traces the church of Christ in England who baptized believers for the remission of their sins prior to the Reformation and up to the period of the Restoration Movements, in Great Britain and America in the nineteenth century. Using rare documents and books held in the British and Cambridge University Library, in light of modern research, evidence is for One Thousand Years of the Churches of Christ in England.
Chapters include:

  • The Epistle of Mathetes to Diognetus Apostasy – the falling away
  • The early British church: Pelagius and St Patrick
  • America – its early Christianity
  • The early European Waldensians and Lollards
  • Waldensians and Lollards
  • Churches of Christ in the 1400 and early 1500s
  • John Frith
  • William Tyndale
  • The Bow Lane, London, Church of Christ meeting in the 1530s
  • Edward Wightman
  • John Smith, Thomas Helwys and John Morton
  • Dr. Daniel Featley (1578-1645)
  • Churches of Christ in England in the 1600s
  • Excerpts from a Church of Christ’s minutes in the 1600s
  • Churches of Christ in England in the late 1600s and the Portsmouth Debate
  • The North of England, Tottlebank, Ulverston, the Furness Fells, and later Churches of Christ

2nd edition

648 pages. Hardback.

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  • 5
    Well researched and presented

    Posted by Roger L. Leonard on Nov. 11, 2017

    The information here is presented from diligent research and quotes from many sources. The book clearly shows that the church/kingdom was physically in existence in England (long before the Campbells came to Amerca), although not somewhat obscure to the masses. It is interesting to read the beliefs of William Tyndale and how he seems to have been a member of the Lord's church. I am not finished reading this wonderful book, but like what I have read thus far.

  • 5
    Traces of the Kingdom review

    Posted by Unknown on Jun. 13, 2017

    Very well written and research information. History of the Lord's church as it entered the country of Britain.