Journal of Discipliana

Document Type

Book Review


A review of John Young’s Redrawing the Blueprints for the Early Church: Historical Ecclesiology in and around the Stone-Campbell Movement

Author Bio

Josh Jeffery is a historian of religion, war, and empire in American history, focused on the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and specifically, the Spanish-American War, World War I, and America’s imperialism towards Native American tribes and overseas territories. As a lifelong member of the Stone-Campbell Movement, he is also especially interested in Restoration history, and governmental responses to the Churches of Christ throughout the years. Josh is currently a History Teacher at The Verde Valley School in Sedona, Arizona. Previously, Josh was an Assistant Professor of History, Navajo Studies, and Law Enforcement at Navajo Technical University in Chinle, Arizona. He was the Milton Klein Fellow of American History at the University of Tennessee, and also a graduate of the Vanderbilt Divinity School.