Restoration Roots: The Scottish Origins of the American Restoration Movement
“As is well known, the roots of the Restoration Movement in America in the early nineteenth century extend into European soil, particularly in north Ireland and in Scotland where Scotch Presbyterianism sat side by side with the independent movements of the Sandemanians and the Haldanes. There has long been a need for more information about these movements to throw light upon the earliest beginnings of the restoration movement. Professor Lynn McMillon’s Restoration Roots: The Scottish Origins of the American Restoration Movement has brought this religious background into a sharper focus than has heretofore been available. This book, therefore, becomes an invaluable aid to a fuller understanding of the meaning of the plea to return to primitive Christianity." -- (Earl I. West, “Introduction,” Restoration Roots. Professor emeritus of Church History, Harding University Graduate School of Religion)
“To know the backgrounds of the American Restoration Movement, this book is a must!” -- C. Wayne Kilpatrick, Professor of History, Heritage Christian University, Florence, Alabama.