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Restorationism or Christian primitivism is the belief that a purer form of Christianity should be restored using the early church as a model.
Restorationism can also refer to:
- The Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement, Christian primitivism from the 1840s onward in North America and Britain
- The British New Church Movement, British Christian primitivism of the 1960s onward
- Christian Restorationism, a 19th-century movement promoting restoration of Jews to the Holy land, later related to "Christian Zionism"
- Universal restoration, Greek apocatastasis, the "restoration of all things" mentioned in Acts, and most closely associated with Origen of Alexandria and Gregory of Nyssa
- The formative Universalist Church of America's Restorationist faction of the 1820s, which insisted on a period of purgatory for some souls
- Restoration (Latter Day Saints), the process by which the Latter-day Saint movement was started, also at times used as a synonym for the movement itself
- Restoration Branches, independent organizations separate from the Community of Christ (at the time of separation the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
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