Disciples of ChristDis·ci·ples of Christ
a Protestant denomination, founded c. 1809 by Alexander Campbell, that makes the Bible the only basis for faith and practice, and baptizes by immersion
Disciples of Christ
plural noun(used with a sing. or pl. verb)
A Christian denomination founded in 1809 that accepts the Bible as the only rule of Christian faith and practice, rejects denominational creeds, and practices baptism by immersion.