Lipscombian anti-ism

“Port Gibson church is now redeemed from the thralldom of Lipscombian anti-ism, and safely anchored again to the Rock of Ages.”

–Gospel Messenger July 16, 1987, p.2.

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Published in Nashville, the Gospel Messenger was affiliated with the Christian Standard orbit of preachers and evangelists and was edited by M. F. Harmon and O. P. Speigel. Its pages carried reports of meetings by T. B. Larimore, T. W. Caskey, B. F. Manire and T. W. Brents, and in the issue prior to this one, quite favorably reviewed D. Lipscomb’s Commentary on Acts.

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