Dr. Leroy Garrett is a graduate of Abilene Christian University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Harvard University where he earned the Ph.D. He is a retired professor of philosophy, history, and religion and has taught at several colleges, including Bethany College, Texas Woman's University, and Dallas Christian College. For thirty-four years he edited the monthly journal, Restoration Review, following six years as editor of Bible Talk. He is the author of The Stone-Campbell Movement, the story of the American Restoration Movement, published by College Press, and an autobiographical work, A Lover's Quarrel, published by A.C.U. Press. He has lectured at colleges and churches of all three traditions of the Stone-Campbell restoration movement and served on executive committees of both the World Convention of Churches of Christ and the European Evangelistic Society. In 1993, Pepperdine University presented him with the Distinguished Christian Service Award in recognition of his work in "encouraging the reformation and renewal of the church" and his long years as an "enthusiastic promoter of unity and openness in the Stone-Campbell Movement." He continues to publish occasional essays under the title Soldier On! These may be found at LeroyGarrett.org, along with most of his other writings.