Regarding your Reply #36, I was once a proponent of the Restoration Movement, which Thomas and Alexander Campbell were supposed to have initiated. However, they did not propose a restoration, as such; instead, they authored a reformation. After they passed on, the reformation movement they introduced to a divided Christendom began to fall apart and religious parties of different sorts replaced it. And that's where we are today.
At one time, a couple of decades ago, I possessed every volume of everything Campbell published. A few years ago, I cleaned out my Library and sold every volume of Campbell's Christian Baptist and Millennial Harbinger. He was one wise man indeed! I visited his gravesite in Berkely, West Virginia in the 60s.
It is sad, very sad, that this great reformer's reformational efforts have been laid upon the shelf and almost forgotten by those of us who came after him. As he was dying, he quoted the Lord's Prayer and then breathed his last.