The Principles and Objects of the Religious Reformation Urged by A Campbell and Others

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Calvin Habig | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Aug 29 2013 7:23 PM

6406.Principles and Objects of the Religious Reformation.docx

Written by Robert Richardson (1806-1876), Alexander Campbell's friend, biographer and physician. 

I have included two possible covers: a pic of Richardson (the cover I used) and another one from the internet.

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Bruce Dunning | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 30 2013 6:45 PM

Thanks Calvin.

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Bob D. Lewis | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2017 8:28 PM

Calvin, I am new to this forum. Is this title currently available for Logos or are you proposing to make it available?

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2017 8:43 PM

He has provided the source file for you to create a personal book of this title.

From the Help file:





Personal Books

Compile personal or public domain works into Verbum resources. Creating a personal book in Verbum is a two-step process. The first step is to compose the document in Word and save it as a .docx file. The second step is to build the resource from that file using the Personal Books tool in Verbum.

IMPORTANT: The docx source files need to be preserved in order to make any future revisions, following the same two-step process.


1. Compose the source document:

  1.      Create the Word document(s) that you will use to build your Verbum resource. (See Personal Books Syntax if you want to add hyperlinks, milestones, headwords, etc. to your book.)
  2.      Save the document(s) to your hard drive as a Word Document (.docx).


2. Add the .docx file(s) and build the Personal Book

  1.      In Verbum, click on the Tools menu and choose Personal Books.
  2.      Click on Add book on the panel toolbar. An Edit dialog will open to enter the Library Information (or metadata) for the book and to add the files that will make up the body of the book.
  3.      Type a name for the book in the Title box in section 1. Fill in Library Information. All personal books must have a title.
  4.      Tab to or click in the Author box and type the author’s name (optional).
  5.      Tab to or click in the Copyright box and type copyright information (optional).
  6.      Click on Monograph to change the Type associated with the book.
  7.      Click on English to change the Language.
  8.      Click on Add field to add the following metadata for the book (optional):
    •      Abbreviated Title (more than one can be added)
    •      Publisher and Publication Date
    •      Subject Heading (more than one can be added)
    •      Alternate Title (more than one can be added)
    •      Series Title
  9.      Type the appropriate information for each added field.
  10.      To delete an added field, hover over a field heading, such as Series Title, and click on the red Delete (X) icon which will appear on the right.
  11.      Click on Change... below the book cover image to add a book cover (optional).
    •      In the Open dialog browse to and select an image file (.jpg or .png) and click Open.
  12.      Click in the Description box and type a brief description of the book (optional).
  13.      Click on the Add file... button in section 2. Add Body Files to add the Word document(s).
    •      In the Open dialog browse to and select the .docx file(s) which will make up the book, and click Open. Each of the added files will be listed in this section.
    •      Files can be reordered by dragging and dropping one file above or below another file. This will change the location of the file’s contents in the book.
    •      To delete a file, right-click on it and choose Delete.
  14.      Click on the Build book button in section 3. Create Logos Resource File to compile the documents into a Verbum resource.
    •      The Edit dialog will close and a progress bar will appear showing the steps in the process (which may go by too quickly to see): Starting to build book, Converting, Compiling, and Discovering. To stop this process, click on the Stop button.
    •      The source document(s) can remain open during the build process.
    •      When complete, if there were no errors during compilation, it will indicate Build successful and the personal book will open. If there were errors, the book will not open, and it may indicate that the Build failed. Error compiling resource.
  15.      Click the Finished button in the Personal Books panel.

Tip: Books are listed alphabetically in the Personal Books tool panel. To filter the list for a particular book, press Cmd+F in Mac or Ctrl+F in Windows to open the Find box and begin typing the first few letters of the title.


Verbum Help (Bellingham, WA: Faithlife, 2016).

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Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2017 11:18 PM

Thanks Calvin !

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 2 2017 11:21 PM

Thanks a lot!

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Jack Hairston | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 3 2017 6:10 AM

Thanks, Brother.

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