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Family Tree Of Churches, n.d. (PDF) Family Tree Of Churches, n.d. (PDF)
by (author not listed)
1 page chart showing the Protestant Churches that split from the Catholic Church.
A Retrospective View Of The Reorganization [The Gospel Banner vol. 4 no. 2 Extra B], 1897 A Retrospective View Of The Reorganization [The Gospel Banner vol. 4 no. 2 Extra B], 1897 (PDF)
by Edmund C. Briggs
see also The Gospel Banner
Edmund C. Briggs describes in this tract his experience of attending the first conference of the RLDS Church, held in a beautiful little grove about five and one-half miles west of Beloit, Wisconsin, in the town of Newark. 36 numbered pages.
Rise Of The Reorganized Church [The Gospel Banner vol. 3 no. 3], 1896 Rise Of The Reorganized Church [The Gospel Banner vol. 3 no. 3], 1896 (PDF)
by W. W. Blair
see also The Gospel Banner
Tract by President W. W. Blair of the RLDS Church. He shares his personal testimony of the restored gospel and also discusses the Reorganization of the Church. 56 pages.
A Synopsis Of The Rossell-Cornish Debate Held August 8th to 13th, 1892 at Burnham, Michigan, 1893 A Synopsis Of The Rossell-Cornish Debate Held August 8th to 13th, 1892 at Burnham, Michigan, 1893 (PDF)
by F. C. Smith
Account of a very spirited debate between H. E. Rossell and J. J. Cornish of the RLDS Church. 74 numbered pages. Also published in Zion's Ensign beginning on May 13, 1893.
What Became Of Christ's Church [Audio Sermon] What Became Of Christ's Church [Audio Sermon], n.d. (mp3)
by Evan A. Fry
16 minute sermon by Evan A. Fry. He states, "There is a startling unanimity of opinion among church historians that before three centuries had passed, the church which still claimed to be the church of Christ bore slight resemblance to the original. The conversion of the Emperor Constantine lifted Christianity from the status of a persecuted or tolerated religion to the status of a popular, court-favored, state religion…Paganism took over the Christian church. Henceforth, it was only a matter of time until church and state combined into one entity. Then the offices in the church, which had once been filled by the Spirit of God speaking through godly men set in the church, began to be filled by political maneuverings and secular appointments. Priesthood began to seek after the titles, the dress, and the emoluments of worldly princes and to forget their earlier ideals of service, humility, and unswerving morality. To put it bluntly, and yet as kindly as we may, we believe that the church went into apostasy."

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