There are first of all his own writings:
- --, Infant Sprinkling Proved to be a Human Tradition: Being the Substance of a Debate on Christian Baptism, between Mr. John Walker, a Minister of the Secession, and Alexander Campbell, a regular Baptist Minister, Steubenville, Ohio (James Wilson) 1820.
- --, The Christian-preacher, intended to detect error, and to exhibit and defend truth, on the difficult and disputed doctrines, connected with the controversy between Arminianism and Calvinism, Dover, DL (Schee), 1827-8.
- --, Delusions: An Analysis of the Book of Mormon, Boston (Green),1832.
- -- (ed), The Christian Baptist, 7 vols, revised edition, Cincinnati (D.S. Burnet) 1835.
- --, John Purcell, A Debate on the Roman-Catholic Religion, Cincinnati (James & Co)1837.
- -- (ed), Debate on the evidences of Christianity, held between R. Owen and A. Campbell, Bethany, Virginia (Alexander Campbell) 1839.
- --, The sacred writings of Apostles and Evangelists of Jesus Christ,
- --, An Address to the Members of the Union Literary Society of Miami University, Ohio, Bethany, Virginia (Alexander Campbell), 1840.
- --, The Christian System, in Reference to the Unity of Christians and the Restoration of Primitive Christianity, as pleased in the Current Reformation, London -- Edinburgh -- Nottingham, 1843.
- --, Campbell-Rice debate on the Holy Spirit : being the fifth proposition in the great debate ... between Alexander Campbell, christian, and N. L. Rice, Presbyterian, Cincinnati (Rowe), 1901 [debate held in 1843, RCK].
- --, An Essay on the Remission of Sins, 3d edition, London -- Edinburgh -- Nottingham, 1846.
- --, Christian baptism : with its antecedents and consequents, Bethany, Virginia (Alexander Campbell), 1852.
- --, Life and Death, (= a reprint from the Millenial Harbringer), Cincinnati (Bosworth) 1860.
- --, Popular Lectures and Addresses, Philadelphia (Challen) 1863.
Finally, some of them, especially ones gathered from the Millenial Harbringer that Campbell published, were re-issued by W.A. Morris, MD, in Austin, TX, in 1896.
Then there are various reminiscences. There is the one of Dr Robert Richardson, who had been requested to provide a Memoirs of Alexander Campbell (Volume I 1868, Volume II 1870) in Philadelphia (J.B. Lippincott & Co). Then there is Selina Huntington Campbell's Home Life and Reminiscences of Alexander Campbell by his Wife, St Louis (John Burns) of 1882. This was followed in 1892 by the work of Thomas Chalmers, a Church of Christ pastor from Brooklyn, NY, on the impact of Campbell's journey in Scotland, entitled Alexander Campbell's Tour in Scotland: How he is remembered by those who saw him there, Louisville, Kentucky (Guide Printing & Publishing Co).
Then there are theological assessments of his work, some of which refer back to the earlier publications, especially Richardson's two-volume maior opus. There is Thomas W. Graftons' Alexander Campbell: Leader of the Great Reformation of the Nineteenth Century, published in St. Louis in 1897 by the Christian Publishing Company. Then there is Winfried Earnest Garrison's Church History dissertation, submitted at the University of Chicago, entitled The Sources of Alexander Campbell's Theology, also published by the Christian Publishing Company in St. Louis in 1900.
Campbell's work had already raised criticism during his own lifetime, and the detractors sound suspiciously like those that attacked Joseph Smith Jr.
- Obadiah Jennings published a work entitled Debate on Campbellism; held at Nashville, Tennessee. In which the principles of Alexander Campbell are confuted, and his conduct examined, published in Pittsburgh (D. & M. MacLean), 1832.
- William Phillips, former assistant editor of the Western Christian Advocate, one of many early Methodist newspapers, wrote Campbellism Exposed: Strictures on the Peculiar Tenets of Alexander Campbell, Cincinnati (Wright & Swormstedt), 1837, for the Methodist Church.
Of course, additional criticism was levied against Campbell after his death, for example:
- T. McK. Stuart, another Episcopalian minister, who published Errors of Campbellism : being a review of all the fundamental errors of the system of faith and church polity of the denomination founded by Alexander Campbell, published in Cincinnati (Cranston & Stowe) --- New York (Hunt & Eaton), 1890.
Keep in mind that this is not all that's available from Campbell on the web; for example, the Alexander Campbell Page has a list of articles, esp to the inside of Richardson's biography.