Vignettes of Virtue: Short Stories of the American Restoration Movement
The American Restoration Movement of the nineteenth century is a story of trials and struggles of those committed to restoring New Testament Christianity. They believed that the Holy Bible was the inerrant, all-sufficient, God-breathed revelation of God to man. They accepted the Bible alone (without Creed or Discipline) as the only foundation on which the New Testament church could be restored.
This collection of short stories is dedicated to the memory of these self-sacrificing men and women who gave their lives for a cause they deemed greater than life itself.