Hans Rollmann’s Restoration Movement Site

waybackmachineFor many years, Hans Rollmann maintained a website with electronic versions of Restoration Movement texts, such as writings by Barton W. Stone, Thomas and Alexander Campbell, and many others.

The site went offline in 2011, and since then has only be available for brief periods of time. Fortunately, the site remains available at the Wayback Machine.

I’m told that the site is in process of being transferred to ACU for hosting — which would be great. Kudos to ACU. The site is invaluable to those of us with a fascination for Restoration Movement history. And the founders of the Restoration Movement were great theologians — whose works deserve to be easily available and studied.

I’ve offered the resources of Wineskins to host and help transfer the site because, well, I’m not a patient person and I would really love to see this become live site once again. And that offer remains open.

PS — For those of you who worry about the permanence of anything you say on the Internet, well, the Wayback Machine is a website that archives sites forever. FOR-E-VER! So remember, not only does God remember everything you say or do forever, so does the Internet. Except God is far more forgiving than the Wayback Machine.

About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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4 Responses to Hans Rollmann’s Restoration Movement Site

  1. Craig Baugh says:

    Wow! Great resource. Thanks, Jay.

  2. Ray Downen says:

    I’m glad that efforts are being made to make all of the site’s Restoration documents available at Abilene’s web site.

  3. cobbmic says:

    Are there any updates on this? I really miss that site.

  4. Jay Guin says:


    Sorry. At this point, it’s the Wayback Machine or nothing.

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