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Records of Christianity Today International - Collection 8

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Historical Background of Christianity Today International

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

    Series I: Historical Files
    Series II: CTI Administration
    Series III: Individual Publications
      Subseries A: Christianity Today
      Subseries B: Campus Life
      Subseries C: Leadership
      Subseries D: Leadership 100
      Subseries E: Partnership
      Subseries F: Preaching Today
      Subseries G: Your Church

Other Information Which Will Be Helpful to the User of This Guide

Lists of Audio Tapes, Film Strips, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Albums, Photographs, Slides, in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Film Strips
    Oversize Materials
    Phonograph Records
    Photographs
    Slides
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)
    Series I: Historical Files
    Series II: CTI Administration
    Series III: Individual Publications
      Subseries A: Christianity Today
      Subseries B: Campus Life
      Subseries C: Leadership
      Subseries D: Leadership 100
      Subseries E: Partnership
      Subseries F: Preaching Today
      Subseries G: Your Church




Collection 8
[March 2, 2010]

Christianity Today International.; 1955-
Records; 1930,1954-2002
100 Boxes (27 RC, 1 ODC, 72 DC), Audio Tapes, Filmstrips, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Photographs, Slides. (59.906 cubic feet)

Brief Description

Correspondence, memos, forms, financial reports, minutes of meetings, study papers, clippings and other records of the Evangelical Christian publishing organization. The records describe the founding of the organization to publish the magazine Christianity Today and its creation or acquisition of other publications such as Campus Life, Leadership, Leadership 100, Partnership, and Your Church. Besides material on the editing, publishing and distribution of these periodicals, the files also contain much information on Evangelical viewpoints on theological, political, and cultural issues in American society from the 1950s on. The organization's involvement in the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism, the Key '73 evangelistic campaign, and the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization is also documented. There is extensive correspondence for L. Nelson Bell, Harold Myra, Carl Henry, Harold Lindsell, Kenneth Kantzer, and Paul Robbins.

Restrictions

The following portions of this collection are restricted:

Closed during the lifetime of Dr. Billy Graham: folders 15-22, 15-23, 19-16, 19-17, 23-16, 23-17, 23-18, 29-8, 54-3

Letters to and from Rev. Billy Graham in folder 1-50 have been removed during his lifetime

May not be photocopied: folder 1-59

Closed until January 1, 2004, without written permission from the president or executive vice-president of CTI: folders 83-1, 83-2, 83-3, 83-4, 83-5, 83-6, 98-1, 98-2, 98-3, 98-4, 98-5, 98-6, 98-7, 98-8, 98-9, 99-1, 99-2, 99-3

Closed until January 1, 2005, without written permission from the president or executive vice-president of CTI: folders 84-1, 84-2, 84-3, 84-4, 85-1, 85-2, 85-3, 85-4, 85-5, 85-6

Closed until January 1, 2018, without written permission from the president or executive vice-president of CTI: boxes 27 through 38

Historical Background

Founded 1955
Headquarters location
1955-July 1977 Washington, DC
July 1977- Carol Stream, Illinois
Executive officers
Executive Editor L. Nelson Bell, 1956-1973
President and Publisher Harold Myra, Paul Robbins
Other significant officers
Editor, Christianity Today Carl F. H. Henry, 1956-1968
Harold Lindsell, 1968-1978
Kenneth Kantzer, 1978-1982
V. Gilbert Beers, 1982-1985
David Neff, 1991-
Executive Editor, Christianity Today Terry Muck, 1985-1990
George Brushaber, 1985-1991
Significant events in organizational history
October 1956 First issue of Christianity Today
Autumn 1979 First issue of Today's Christian Woman
Winter 1980 First issue of Leadership
May/June 1992 First issue of Christian Reader published by CTI. Previously the magazine had been published by Tyndale House.
September 1982 First issue of Campus Life published by CTI. Previously the magazine had been published by Youth for Christ.
1982-1983 Publication of Leadership 100 (published by David C. Cook since 1984 under the name Innovations)
ca. June 1983 First Preaching Today monthly cassette
January/February 1984 First issue of Partnership (renamed Marriage Partnership in 1987)
1989 First issue (#22) of Christian History published by CTI. Previously the magazine had been published by the Christian History Institute.
January/February 1991 First issue of Your Church under CTI management. Previously the magazine had been published by Religious Publishing Company of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
September/October 1995 First issue of Books and Culture
January 1998 First issue of Christian Parenting Today under the management of CTI. Previously the magazine had been published by Good Family Magazines.
July/August 1998 First issue of Men of Integrity
Other significant information
Christianity Today International, incorporated in 1955, was the organization which published Christianity Today (hereafter referred to as CT). CT, originally published as a bi-weekly religious journal and later on a monthly basis, was founded in September of 1955 by Dr. L. Nelson Bell and his son-in-law, William Franklin "Billy" Graham. The purpose of the journal was to express the Evangelical Christian point of view in an intellectual manner, much as the Christian Century expressed the liberal point of view. The journal was sympathetic to but independent of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. It received its financial backing from, among others, the BGEA, J. Howard Pew of Sun Oil Corporation and H. Maxey Jarman of Genesco, Inc. Under the editorship of Dr. Carl F. H. Henry, a leading Evangelical theologian, the magazine began publication in Washington, DC, in October 1956. Its news department was served by missionaries and ministers from all over the world and numerous prominent Christian leaders from many walks of life acted as contributing editors. Over the years, the magazine strove to serve as a voice for Evangelicals and was especially interested in explaining the Evangelical position to liberal Protestants.

Starting in the late 1970s, the company began to expand its activities, publishing several magazines aimed at specific segments of the Evangelical Christian population, as well as a books and a series of tapes of preaching.



Scope and Content

[Note: In the Scope & Content section, the notation "folder 2-5" means "box 2, folder 5"]

Series: I. Historical Files
Arrangement: The arrangement of the files is alphabetical by folder title (either by division or document format). The collection is made up primarily by a number of series which are integrated into the overall alphabetical arrangement. Folder titles were retained as received on the original file folders. All material was refoldered. The overall arrangement was provided by the archivist.
Date Range: 1930-1933, 1954-1978
Volume: 29.3 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-26
Geographic coverage: United States, with some material on the Christian church and missions in other parts of the world, especially Great Britain
Type of documents: Correspondence (internal, editorial, etc.), financial records, minutes, memos, reports, etc.
Correspondents: L. Nelson Bell, Carl Henry, Harold Lindsell, James DeForrest Murch, J. Howard Pew. Dozens of other correspondents are listed in the Notes section below.
Subjects: Founding and development of Christianity Today International and Christianity Today magazine from 1955 until the late 1970s; the impact of American Protestant Evangelicals on American life and culture; the relationship of American Evangelicalism to American Protestant liberalism
Notes: The records in this series consists of records from the earliest days of CTI. The files in this section originally comprised the whole of Collection 8. They deal primarily with the founding and administration of CT magazine, but they also contain a great deal of information on a wide range of religious and non-religious topics, such as the merger in 1959 of the Congregational Church and the Evangelical and Reformed Church to form the United Church of Christ; the debate among Christians over the proper response to integration; the National Council of Churches; the World Council of Churches; social, political, and economic conditions in Israel, Vietnam, the Congo, and other countries; civil religion; Bible reading and prayer in schools; Billy Graham crusades; and the growing debate over the missionary movement. In addition, this collection contains records of the World Congress on Evangelism held in Berlin in 1966.

Information on the internal history of CT can be found in the financial files, such as the bookkeeper's records (folder 1-2), and in the files of correspondence of members of the Board of Directors (folders 1-44 to 2-3), minutes of the Board of Director's meetings (folders 1-3 to 1-19), the managing editor's correspondence (folder 4-1) with McCall Corporation (which published CT), inter-office memos (folders 5-13,14), materials in the Internal Revenue file (folder 5-12) relating to CT's struggle to get a tax-exempt status, personnel records (folders 5-22 to 5-33), and the reports of the editor (folder 6-3). The personnel records do not contain personnel applications and forms, but correspondence between various members of the staff and Board of Directors relating to the duties and performance of different staff members. The files (folders 1-58,59) of correspondence for a member of the Board of Directors, J. Howard Pew, contain a copy of a letter from J. Edgar Hoover on communist infiltration of churches. These files also contain many letters on the financial operation of CT.

The general correspondence files (folders 2-4 to 3-16) consist mostly of responses from readers to articles or policies of CT. Writers represented every shade of political and religious opinion and were from all over the world. Especially interesting are the letters from liberal pastors. Almost all of the letters in response were written by L. Nelson Bell.

Other than the general files which are described above, the correspondence files of L. Nelson Bell (folders 1-24 through 1-43) relate both to his private life and his duties at CT. There is a file (folder 1-38) dealing with his membership in the Sons of the American Revolution and this contains some genealogical information. Other files concern his enlisting of news correspondents for the magazine, reader response to specific articles, and the setting of policy for CT. Correspondents include John Abbott (folder 1-24), Allyn Bell (folder 1-26), Dwight D. Eisenhower (folder 1-28), William Elliot (folder 1-29), Bob Jones Sr. (Folder 1-32), Harold Lindsell (Folder 1-33), T. C. McKnight who promoted the Christian Amendment Movement (folder 1-34), Richard Nixon (folder 1-36), C. Aiken Taylor (folder 1-40), and George Wilson, business manager of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. (folder 1-43).

The folders marked "Correspondence--Authors' File" (folders 17-2 through 17-136) contain correspondence between the editor and various writers who submitted articles to the magazine. The folders cover the editorships of both Henry and Lindsell. Although the letters in this group are to a large extent with the same people and on the same topics as the letters in the files marked "Correspondence: Editor" (see following paragraph), the documents have been kept in their own files because they were apparently so kept by the creating agency, CT. Each file contains the correspondence with one author and the correspondence within that file is arranged chronologically. The folders themselves are arranged alphabetically. Although much of the correspondence has to do with the acceptance/rejection and editing of specific essays, some files deal with broader topics. For example, the Harold O.J. Brown file (folder 17-23) contains material on the development of Roman Catholic theology and on the chaplaincy at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The John Conlan file (folder 17-37) illustrates his plans for getting Christians to actively participate in politics. The Dirk Jellema file (folder 17-70) has an explanation of the struggles of the Christian Labor Association. The Billy James Hargis file (folder 17-64) contains an exchange of correspondence on Hargis's charge that CT had treated him and the Christian Crusade unfairly. The Mark Hatfield file (folder 17-65) deals with the Christian in politics. Letters from W. Dayton Roberts (folder 17-87) outline the theological and political changes going on among evangelicals in Latin America and had comments on the strengths and weaknesses of the Third Latin American Protestant Congress (III CELA) held in 1969. Letters in the Walter Spitzer file (folder 17-93) cover various aspects of medical ethics and how Christian beliefs influence them. The G. Aiken Taylor file (folder 17-94) deals with a wide range of topics most of which concern Biblical theology, the situation within the Southern Presbyterian Church (Taylor was editor of The Southern Presbyterian Journal), and church-state relations. The Cornelius Van Til file (folder 17-109) contains analysis of Karl Barth's theology. The C. Peter Wagner file (folder 17-119) contains letters about the moratorium on missionaries to third world countries suggested by some church leaders.

The files marked "Correspondence: Editor" (box 15, folders 16-1 to 16-31, folder 17-141, Boxes 18 & 20, folders 21-1 to 21-17, boxes 22-26) contain the letters of the chief executive office of the magazine--the editor. The correspondence of Carl Henry, the first editor of the magazine (1956-1968) deals mostly with his efforts to make it an effective voice of evangelical Christianity, although some of his other activities as scholar, educator, and religious leader are also illustrated. Several folders (including folder 15-11) deal with the very beginning of Henry's involvement with the planning of CT in 1955 along with Billy Graham, Harold J. Ockenga, L. Nelson Bell, Marcellus Kik, and others. These folders show how decisions were made about the editorial control of the magazine, who should be asked to contribute, and what kind of issues should be addressed. The files containing the letters to and from Graham, Ockenga (folders 15-22,23; 16-7; 19-16,17; 20-20), CT's London office (folder 15-6), and J. D. Douglas (British representative of CT) (folders 15-19 and 19-4) deal to some extent with the later administrative and editorial development of the magazine, although other matters are also referred to. Graham's, Ockenga's, and Douglas' folders all contain materials that deal with articles they periodically wrote for the journal. Graham also writes a great deal about his crusades, the planning of the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism held in Berlin, and evangelical strategy for responding to religious problems of the time.

A number of files contain Henry's correspondence with regular contributors. The magazine attempted to have evangelicals expert in a wide range of academic disciplines prepare articles for CT on ways Christianity was involved in their particular field of study. Thus articles were written by historians, economists, and poets, as well as by theologians and preachers. To a lesser extent, diverse political viewpoints were also represented. Contributors with whom Henry carried on extensive correspondence, besides those mentioned above, included Geoffrey Bromiley (folders 15-7, 18-32), Gordon Clark (folders 15-12,13), John Gerstner (folder 15-21), Philip Hughes (folder 15-24), Clyde Kilby (folder 16-1), Harold Kuhn (folder 19-27), Roger Nicole (folder 16-5), Bernard Ramm (folders 16-12, 20-30), Paul Rees (folder 16-13, 20-33), W. Stanford Reid (folders 16-14, 20-35), William Childs Robinson (folders 16-16, 20-39), Oswald J. Smith (folder 16-19), and Wilbur Smith (folders 16-20, 21-6). Many of these folders also contain articles submitted along with editorial comments.

As one of the most prominent magazines speaking for evangelicals, CT often became involved in political and religious debates. Folders of correspondence with editors of and writers for Christianity and Crisis and Christian Century (folders 15-9,10) two journals speaking for liberal Christianity, contain exchanges of letters on the historic debate within American Protestantism over the relative importance and place in Christianity of personal salvation and social activism, as does a folder (folder 5-25) concerning the controversy over criticism a Pittsburgh Presbyterian pastor made of the magazine. Other folders deal with the religious policy of the Peace Corps (folder 16-10); criticism from Ed Sullivan on the magazine's reservations about a Catholic president (folder 16-27); and correspondence with Hollington Tong, ambassador to America from the Republic of China (folder 16-23).

A few folders (folders 15-6,8,20) deal with plans to publish editions of the magazine in Canada and other nations. Folder 15-14 contains letters about the planning of the Consultation of Christian Scholars, which was concerned with the Christian witness on college and university campuses. This collection also contains several tapes of the consultation (T16-T22).

The general correspondence file (folder 3-16) mainly documents Henry's attempt to enlist news correspondents for the magazine during its early days. The file also deals somewhat with administrative details. Correspondents include Gerald Beaven of the BGEA, Martin Luther King, and Evan Welsh.

The correspondence files of Henry's successor, Harold Lindsell (1968-1978) also deal partly with the work of the magazine and partly with the editor's other activities as an author, scholar, and evangelical leader.

The transition from the administration of the two men is documented in folder 19-20 as are Henry's continuing involvement in the magazine; his comments on CT's editorial policy, the U.S. Congress on Evangelism, and the demise of the British journal The Christian. Some details of the magazine's attempted expansion into the book publicity field are contained in the Henry DeWeerd (folder 19-3), Coleman Luck (folder 19-32), "I" (folder 19-22) and "H" (folders 19-18,19) folders. Many other letters scattered throughout the files illustrate the internal workings of CT, such as a letter to Hugh Bittner on computer-related subscription problems; some exchanges with the Lilly Foundation about possible grants; the correspondence in the "J" (folders 19-23,24) folder with CT board member Maxey Jarman; many letters from J. Howard Pew (folder 20-24) on articles appearing in the magazine and on other topics such as the development of CT's editorial policy, problems facing the church and the nation, the possibility of a Center for Reformed Studies, and Gordon-Conwell Seminary (Pew and Lindsell both served on the board of that school). An interesting and useful paper by John Carter titled "A Sociological Analysis of Christianity Today and Society" is in the "C" file (folder 18-39).

Lindsell kept in touch with the editors of other magazines and newspapers, either responding to something he had seen in their publication or answering comments they sent to him about CT. Among the editors and publishers represented in the correspondence file are James D. Douglas of The Christian (folder 15-19), the editors of Christianity and Crisis and Commonweal (folder 15-9), the editor of Harpers, Russell Hitt of Eternity (folder 19-21), Martin Marty of The Christian Century (folder 15-10), the editor of the New York Times, Ben Patterson and Denny Rydberg of the Wittenburg Door (Folder 20-43), Carol Saia of Incite, William H. Powell of The Southern Baptist Journal, G. A. Taylor of The Southern Presbyterian Journal, and Jim Wallis of Sojourners.

Possibly half of Lindsell's files consist of letters from readers writing him to praise or criticize articles in CT or editorial positions taken by the magazine. Some of the topics covered by these letters and Lindsell's replies include the ethics of genetic counseling, the theory of evolution, divisions within the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod, gay liberation, the church union plan of the Church of Christ, South African apartheid, the authority of Scripture, Pentecostal theology, vitamin B-17, the ordination of women, American polity toward Israel, the war in Vietnam, the American Scientific Affiliation's policy toward evolution ("K" file - folder 19-25), Christian social involvement, the attitudes of the Evangelical Covenant Church and the Church of the Nazarene toward scriptural inerrancy, divorce, and the 1976 presidential election. Some interesting exchanges are those with John Stam of the Latin American Biblical Seminary on the theology of liberation, with Lee M. Nash on Kenneth Scott Latourette, with Mrs. Clarence Nystrom on the reaction of high school students to the church, with Oral Roberts about the magazine's attitude toward speaking in tongues, with Israeli consul Judith Beilen on CT's support for Israel bonds, with Rev. Richard R. Fernandez of Clergy and Laity Concerned on the morality of the Vietnam war, and with Michael Pragai, the Israeli advisor for Church relations in North America on Israel.

Lindsell was a personal friend and close advisor to Billy Graham. The files of his correspondence with the evangelist (folders 19-16,17) include speeches he wrote for him; planning for the 1974 Congress on Evangelism held in Lausanne, Switzerland; discussions of issues before the board of Gordon-Conwell Seminary in Wenham, Massachusetts; analysis of the activities of the World Evangelical Fellowship; and exchanges of opinion on CT's financial management, the World Council of Churches, the Vietnam war, the work done by the committee charged with the continuation of the work of the Lausanne Committee, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association affairs, and the Billy Graham Center. A few letters in other files concern Graham, such as those from John Pollock (folder 20-27) gathering information for a biography he was writing on Graham and several from Blanche Quint (folder 20-21) about what she felt was a slanted story about Graham read by television reporter John Chancellor on the evening news.

Several letters and documents concern Lindsell's book The Battle for the Bible and specifically his statements in that volume that several evangelical institutions and schools were falling away from their original support of the doctrine of scriptural inerrancy. A few letters with Robert Devries (folder 21-17) of Zondervan Publishing House (Lindsell's publisher) deal with the production of the book. Arthur Glasser wrote Lindsell about the criticism of Fuller Theological Seminary in the book (several letters from Wilbur Smith (folder 21-6), although not about the book, also deal with the situation at Fuller. Smith also sent an interesting report on alleged disruptive activities of fundamentalist Carl McIntire in Pakistan). Other correspondents on the topic of inerrancy include Milton Engabretson, Tom Neese, and John Stam. Some material is also in the "M" file (folders 19-33, 20-1).

Lindsell's status as a national leader of evangelicals is documented by the letters showing his involvement in the management of several schools, institutions, and meetings. Lindsell's activity on the Board of Trustees of Gordon-Conwell Divinity School, Wheaton College, and Westmont College is illustrated by correspondence (in addition to those already mentioned in the "Graham" and "Pew" files) in the "A" (folder 17-141), "C" (folder 18-39), "J" (folder 19-23), and "K" (folders 19-24,25) files. One file also contains a set of minutes of a meeting of the steering committee of the American Sunday School Union, which Lindsell served on. He also served as an advisor to William Bright, founder and president of Campus Crusade for Christ and, as the file shows (folder 18-40), helped revise that organization's statement of faith. Several exchanges of letters with Dennis Clark (folder 18-51), international secretary of World Evangelism Fellowship, deal with the goals and purposes of WEF. Lindsell also corresponded with Stanley Mooneyham (folder 20-10) about the work at World Vision International, with Theodore Elsner about the World Evangelism Foundation, and with J. Allen Peterson about his Continental Congress on the Family. Files "L" (folder 19-28) and "S" (folders 21-1,2) contain some letters dealing with Lindsell's work on the Lausanne Continuation Committee. The "N" file (folders 20-15,16) has some of the minutes and papers of the National Council of Churches Faith and Order Committee, which worked on "a reappraisal of assumptions, goals and means in the ecumenical movement and the projection of new strategies...". Lindsell attended some of their meetings. He also attended the World Council of Churches 1973 Bangkok Assembly and the "B" file (folders 18-10,11) contains some of his reactions to that meeting.

There are several miscellaneous items which one way or another wound up in Lindsell's correspondence file and are of interest. Among them are: A letter from Lindsell to Margaret J. Anderson (in the "A" file - folder 17-141) giving a little of Lindsell's autobiography; a pamphlet (in the "B" file - Folders 18-10,11) containing a transcript of a debate between Rev. William Banowsky and the religion editor of Playboy magazine on the Playboy philosophy; a sermon given by T. Eugene Coffin at the Nixon White House ("C" file - folder 18-39); a pamphlet titled Watershed at the Rivergate on the divisions within the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod; and (in the "N" file - folders 20-15,16) some handouts from the New York Bible Society on the New International translation of the Bible.

Other correspondents not mentioned above include Gleason Archer (folder 18-7), Kenneth Chafin (folder 18-47), Russell Chandler (folder 18-49), Robert Cook, Edward Corey, Arthur DeMoss, Ted Engstrom, Charles Farrah, Leighton Ford, Claude Frazier, Calvin Geary, Virgil Gerber, Kenneth Gieser, Edward Graffam, Worth C. Grant, Vernon Grounds, Stuart Hackett, Steven L. Halleck, Richard Halverson, J. Lester Harnish, James Hedstrom, Lyle Hillegas, Thomas Howard, Roger Hull Jr., Morris Inch, Jerry Jenkins, Keith Jessen, Torrey Johnson, Rufus Jones, Lloyd Kalland, Gladys Kamm, Kenneth Kantzer, Louis L. King, Peter Kladder, Gunther Knoedler, James Kraakevik, George Ladd, Alfred Larson, Lyle Larsen, Edward Loucks, Carl Lundquist, Donald MacNain, Jack McAlister, Robert Metcalf, George Miles, Alfred Montapert, Harold John Ockenga (folders 16-17, 20-20), Lloyd Ogilvie, Stephen Olford, Raymond Ortlund, John Perkins (folder 20-22), David Preus, Robert Preus (folder 20-28), Bernard Ramm (folders 16-12, 20-30), Paul Rees (folders 16-13, 20-33), W. Stanford Reid (folders 16-14, 20-35), William Seine, Norman Rohrer, William Samarin (folder 21-3), Edith Schaeffer, Noble Scroggins, Richard Seine, Dennis Shoemaker, Dennis L. Smith, Wilbur Smith (folders 16-20, 21-6), Merold Setphal., and C. Stacey Woods. For those files not specified by number, researchers should consult the appropriate general letter file in the Container List.

Harold Lindsell contributed additional material (boxes 22 to 25), which as part of the editor's correspondence subseries is similar to material described above. Contacts with editors and publishers of journals and books include correspondents such as Zondervan Publishing House, publisher of Lindsell's book Battle for the Bible (folder 25-41); Word Books, publisher of The Church's Worldwide Mission (edited by Lindsell) (folder 25-33); Tyndale House, which sent a letter outlining a proposal for Lindsell to prepare study helps for The Living Bible (folders 25-14,15); Wayne Ward, editor of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary's Review and Expositor (folder 24-41); Thomas Nelson, Inc. (folder 24-16), for whom Lindsell was a reviewer; Moody Monthly (folder 24-10) which includes a galley of Donald Hoke's The Church in Asia, chapter 1; Harper and Row Publishers (Folder 23-22); William B. Eerdman's Publishing Co. (folder 22-31); and Baker Book House, publisher of Lindsell's book When You Pray (folder 22-9).

Readers comments regarding issues mentioned in CT or thoughts on possible topics are also contained in several files. Correspondence deals with many issues, such as abortion, homosexuality, inerrancy, Watergate, China, Vietnam, speaking in tongues, and Israel. Noteworthy materials include folder 24-39 which contains reader responses to comments made by President Jimmy Carter and reported by the Washington Post; correspondence with Bob Jones (folder 23-30) regarding articles in CT and possible interviews for the magazine; a file (folder 22-22) of letters to and from various congressmen regarding the Tax Reform Act of 1969; an open letter (folder 23-8) signed by several Fuller Seminary students addressed to Lindsell regarding the editor's position on Fuller faculty's view on scriptural inerrancy; and extensive correspondence (folders 23-5,6) between Dr. Claude Frazier and Lindsell sharing ideas and comments on subjects such as medical advertisements, medical ethics, genetic engineering, Patty Hearst, drug therapy, Christian charity, charismatics, smoking, and child abuse.

Billy Graham's respect for Lindsell's advice and counsel is illustrated in the files of correspondence between the two men (folders 23-16,17). Included in the materials is Graham's 1973 New Year's Eve speech which Lindsell helped edit; the text to Graham's remarks to the Lausanne Planning Committee in December, 1972; letters regarding CT and the change of leadership; information on the Graham crusade in South Bend, Indiana; comments on Graham's manuscript on the Holy Spirit; Graham's press release of March 12, 1968; information regarding charges made in 1977 that the BGEA had a "secret" fund; and a CT published statement from a Graham interview about the World Evangelism and Christian Education Fund. There is also correspondence in this collection between Lindsell and Ruth Bell Graham and between Lindsell (folder 23-18) and various members of the BGEA.

Lindsell's involvement in other Christian organizations is documented by materials about Campus Crusade (folder 22-16) under the leadership of Bill Bright; Anglican Fellowship of Prayer (folder 22-4); Conference on Faith and History (folder 22-20); Congress on the Laity (folder 22-21); Continental Congress on the Family (folder 22-23); Evangelical Theological Society (folder 22-35); Pat Robertson and the 700 Club; Jerry Falwell's ministry at Liberty Baptist College (folder 23-4); Bill Gothard and his seminar ministry (folder 23-15); Intercessors for America; Layman's Leadership Institute (folder 23-27); Luther Rice Seminary in Jacksonville, Florida (folder 24-4); National Religious Broadcasters (folder 24-15); Underground Evangelism (folder 25-18); World Home Bible League (folder 25-34); and Southern Baptists for Bible Translation.

Other notable correspondents in Lindsell's files (boxes 22 to 25) include the following: Dr. Hudson T. Armerding; Dr. Ben Armstrong; Dr. Nathan Bailey; Dr. Clarence B. Bass; Dr. Joseph Bayley; Dr. R. Clayton Bell; Dr. David Breeze; Dr. Edgar C. Bundy; David Curley, Richard Curley; Horace F. Dean; Jerome De Jong; Rev. John DeVries; Roger L. Dewey; Rev. Mary Alice Dougherty; Dr. J. D. Douglas; Rev. Homer Duncan; Millard J. Erickson; Dr. Milton C. Fisher; Leighton Ford; Edwin "Jack" Frizen, Jr.; David Otis Fuller; Dr. Norman L. Geisler; Rev. Worth C. Grant; Jay Grimstead; Dr. Vernon C. Grounds; Senator Mark Hatfield; Carl F. H. Henry; Gunnar Hogland; Donald Hoke; Joseph Hopkins; David A. Hubbard; H. L. Hunt; W. Maxey Jarman; Kenneth Kantzer; Dr. W. Nigel Kerr; David E. Kucharsky; Gordon Landreth; Dr. Carl R. Lundquist; Arthur Matthews; Dr. Billy A. Melvin; Belden Menkus; Dr. T. Franklin Miller; Dr. Victor B. Nelson; Dr. Curtis R. Nims; Arthur N. Norris; Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie; Dick Ostling; Roger Palms; Jonathan G. Pew; Ed Plowman; Oral Roberts; Walter Smyth; Rev. Dr. Eugene L. Stowe; Rev. Thomas Sullivan; Dr. Paul E. Toms; Rev. Harold Van Broekhoven; Dr. W. K. Warner; George Wilson; T. W. Wilson; Gordon Winder; Ralph Winter; and Robert Witty. Researchers should consult the Container List for either the folder number of the individual or appropriate general folder for their last name.

A third deposit of the records box 26) of editor Harold Lindsell reflect much of the day-to-day exchanges with potential contributors to the magazine and responses to readers' requests and comments. All files contain general correspondence except those designated exclusively for Leighton Ford (folder 26-4), Carl Henry (folder 26-6), and Maxey Jarman (folder 26-10). Issues discussed in these files include homosexuality, inerrancy of Scripture, abortion, celebration of the Sabbath, speaking in tongues, and politics. Political discussion focused on the 1976 presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford, while Lindsell's own book, The Battle for the Bible, was the main topic for the inerrancy interchanges. Prominent correspondents include the following: David Otis Fuller; Hershel H. Hobbs; Donald Hoke; Torrey Johnson; J. Herbert Kane; Billy A. Melvin; Harold J. Ockenga; Francis A. Schaeffer; George Wilson; Ralph Winter; and Jack Wyrtzen. As with previous editor's subseries, researchers should consult the appropriate general letter file for each correspondent.

The files of the managing editor (folders 3-17,18,19; 4-1 through 6), James DeForest Murch, especially relate to the Congregational church merger and the policy of the National Council of Churches toward religious education in public schools. The files on the merger (folders 3-17,18,19) contain tracts, press releases, and pamphlets on the move as well as letters from advocates of the union, such as Henry David Gray, John T. C. Green, James C. Ingebretsen, Henri F. M. Poe, Joseph Russell, and Kendall B. Shaffner. The files also contain an article Murch wrote on the merger. The files on the National Council of Churches (folders 4-3,4), besides relating to religious education, also contain publications dealing with religious broadcasting and recognition of Red China. There is also one file of correspondence (folder 4-6) Murch wrote in his capacity as president of National Religious Broadcasters, Inc.

The correspondence of the news editor (folders 4-7 through 5-10) consists mainly of letters between him and Christianity Today's news correspondents. These were usually men and women who, on a part-time basis, reported to CT on interesting events and people in their locality. Many of these reports contain interesting information on local conditions, such as the reports of Dale Hendersen from Vietnam (folder 4-16), Don Ordell from Israel (folder 4-21), or Abe Van Der Puy from Latin America (folder 5-6). (This last correspondence especially deals with Elizabeth Elliot's mission to the Auca Indians). The news editor was also in frequent correspondence with members of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, such as Russ Busby (folder 4-8), Willis Haymaker (folder 4-15), Stan Mooneyham (folder 4-19), Walter Smyth (folder 4-27), T.W. Wilson (folder 5-8), and Larry Zavitz (folder 5-10).

Of special interest and importance among the news editor's correspondence are the letters relating to the theological symposium CT published every year (folders 4-32 to 5-5). The news editor would select some pertinent question and send it to prominent Christian leaders and thinkers to elicit a short (50-word) response. These files contain replies from Karl Barth, John C. Bennett, G. C. Berkower, F. F. Bruce, Emil Brunner, G. H. Brillenburg-Wurth, Emile Cailliet, Gordon H. Clark, Fred Pierce, Norman C. Hunt, Paul K. Jewett, Clyde Kilby, Harold B. Kuhn, C. S. Lewis, Reinhold Niebuhr, Reuben H. Mueller, Bill Moyers, Addison Leitch, James P. Marton, Leon Morris, Norman Vincent Peale, Herman Sasse, Wilbur M. Smith, James S. Stewart, Merrill Tenney, and W. A Visser T'Hooft.

Other correspondents to the news editor include Hudson Armerding, Mark Hatfield (folder 4-14), James L. Johnson (folder 4-17), Harold Ockenga (folder 4-20), Playboy magazine, Oral Roberts (folder 4-26), G. Aiken Taylor (folder 4-29), Clyde Taylor (folder 4-30), Corrie ten Boom (folder 4-31), and Sherwood Wirt (folder 5-9). Some of David E. Kucharsky's early correspondence, including material on the persecution of Patists in the Soviet Union, can be found in folder 56-11.

The World Congress on Evangelism in Berlin in 1966 was the first of several congresses of evangelical leaders sponsored by the BGEA. Members of the staff of CT served on the staff of the Berlin Congress and thus some of the Congress's records are in this collection (folders 6-9 to 29; 14-3). Correspondence files deal with logistical and physical problems of organizing the Congress, the granting of press credentials, the details of press coverage, and the reactions of delegates to the Congress. Also in this part of the collection are biographical data sheets on the people who received press accreditation, publications of the Congress, papers given at the Congress, press releases, scripts for radio spots, and program schedules. Also among this group of records are letters (folder 6-12) dealing with the question of whether the fundamentalist ministers Carl McIntire and Richard Wurmbrand would be attending the conference.

Key '73 (folders 7-1 to 8-8) was an attempt to unite the majority of the Protestant denominations and powerful church groups in the United States in a year-long drive to proclaim the Gospel to the nation (there was also some Catholic participation). The 1966 World Congress on Evangelism had served as a prod on many Christian leaders in the United States and caused them to re-examine their own evangelism efforts. An editorial in the June 9, 1967, issue of CT titled "Somehow, Let's Get Together" also stirred evangelicals to consider ways of greater cooperation. Five consultations resulted (called Key Consultations), held between September, 1967, and December, 1968. These meetings gathered together a cross section of American religious leaders. The final result of the gatherings was the plan for Key '73. According to a brochure on the Key '73 fund, "The aim of Key '73 is NOT to dictate [evangelism programs to denominations] but to coordinate and encourage and to provide a helpful continent-wide canopy of support.... Each denomination or group that has chosen to participate provides a representative to the Key '73 Central Committee which establishes Key '73 policy and elects members to the executive committee." Carl Henry and David Kucharsky of CT's staff were deeply involved in the project. Records relating to Key '73 in this collection include reactions to CT's June 9, 1967, editorial, minutes of and correspondence concerning the five consultations, advertising materials, resource handbooks given out to denominations, news releases and newsletters, and letters and articles on the results of the drive.

During the meeting of the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization held in Lausanne, Switzerland, a continuation committee was established to implement the goals of the meeting. Editor Harold Lindsell was a member of that committee and the CT collection has several files (folders 21-19 to 21-22) dealing with the work of the committee. The correspondence file (folder 21-19) contains letters from Congress leaders A. Jack Dain, Leighton Ford, Donald Hoke, Paul Little, and others. Areas covered in the file include reactions of church leaders to the Lausanne Congress, discussions of what the task of the continuation committee should be or even if there should be a committee, who should be represented on the committee, arrangements for the committee meetings held in Honolulu (October, 1974) and Mexico City (January, 1975), and the appointment of Gottfried Osei-Mensah as the executive secretary of the committee. The reports file (folder 21-22) contains: several final summaries from the staff of the Congress including the director, the program director, the travel director, the hospitality director, and the communications director; the results of a questionnaire given to Congress participants asking about what kind of follow-up they would like to see; statistics on attendance; and recommendations for future congresses. The minutes file (folder 21-20) contain the records of the July planning meeting and the Mexico City meeting. The miscellaneous file (folder 21-21) has copies of the Lausanne covenant, biographies of speakers at the Congress, and lists of evangelical leaders in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, North America, and Oceania.

In 1975 the World Council of Churches held its assembly in Nairobi, Kenya. Editor Lindsell attended as a correspondent for CT. The CT collection contains several documents (folders 21-34 to 21-41) from the assembly, including publications on the church in Hungary, on the Orthodox Church, and papers on the Assembly's theme, "Jesus Frees and Unites." Also in the files are partial sets of papers presented at sessions, press releases, and news clippings from African papers about the assembly. The miscellaneous folder contains information on the persecution of Christians in Communist countries.

Of special interest are the several scrapbooks of clippings (folders 14-1,2; 9-1 to 9-5; 10-1 to 10-6; 11-1 to 11-5; 12-1 to 12-6; 13-2) dating back to the magazine's founding and the audio tapes in this series. The scrapbooks contain clippings published in other magazines about CT or about articles it published. There is also one scrapbook each of clippings on the World Congress on Evangelism (folder 14-3), verification of the accuracy of the Bible (folder 13-1), and the death of executive editor L. Nelson Bell (folder 13-3).

The audio tapes described below in the Location Record, are a varied assortment. Some are recordings of interviews later published in CT. Others are of meetings or speeches the editors were considering for publication. Some are of meetings at which CT staff people were involved. Included in these recordings are a speech by Billy Graham to the National Press Club in Washington, DC (T25); discussions on psychotherapy and spiritual values (T11); Christian education (T17, T21) on a secular campus; Paul Tournier's theories (T28, T29); an autobiographical sketch by the historian Kenneth Scott Latourette (T8); and an interview with a Soviet defector, nuclear scientist B. P. Dotsenko (T30, T31, T32).

Series: II. CTI Administration
Arrangement: President's files are listed first, followed by the files of other senior officers of the corporation in alphabetical order by their title. Other files follow in alphabetical order.
Date Range: 1951-1994; most of the material is from 1980-1993
Volume: 5.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 27-41
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence, inter-office memos, reports, copyright registration forms
Correspondents: Most letters and memos are from or to the CTI's president, CEO and executive vice president, business manger and senior vice-president. There is much correspondence for Harold Myra, Paul Robbins, Keith Stonehocker, and Scott Bolinder. Other CTI staff include Gil Beers, Kenneth Kantzer, Terry Muck, David Neff. Other correspondents include CTI board members such as B. Clayton Bell, L. Nelson Bell, John Bolton Sr., J. Duncan Brown, Francis A. Coy, Fred Russel Eesty Jr., J. Wayte Fulton, Billy Graham, J. Peter Hammond, Hershel Hobb, Maxey Jarman, Harold Lindsell, Theo Moll, Harold J. Ockenga, J. Howard Pew, Paul Rees, W. Fred Smith, Sr., Cary Weisiner III, Howard S. Williams and George M. Wilson. There are too many other correspondents from Protestant Evangelical ministries and organizations to list more than a small sample: Glen Arnold, Larry Ballenger, James Boice, Harold O. J. Brown, Glandion Carney, Joel Carpenter, Charles Colson, Clyde Cook, John Dillon, James Dobson, Ted Engstrom, Leighton Ford, Paul Fromer, Richard Halverson, Nathan Hatch, James Hefley, Carl Henry, David Hubbard, Sterling Houston, Bill Hybels, Arthur P. Johnston, Jerry R. Kirk, David E. Kucharsky, Gordon Loux, David McKenna, Calvin Miller, Keith Miller, Mark Noll, H. Wilbert Norton, Henri Nouwen, Victor Oliver, J. I. Packer, Luis Palau, William J. Petersen, Wesley Pippert, James Reapsome, Russ Reid, Robert Schuller, Robert Seiple, Ron Sider, Walter Smyth, Sam Sorrell, Tim Stafford, Chuck Stairs, Ray C. Stedman, Charles Swindoll, Kenneth Taylor, editors of Tyndale House Publishers, editors of Thomas Nelson Publishers, Jack Van Impe, Ralph Veerman, James Wallis, Walter Wangerin Jr., Sherwood E. Wirt, Richard Wynn, Jack Wyrtzen, Philip Yancey, various officers of Youth for Christ, Billy Zeoli, Thomas Zimmerman, and editors of Zondervan Publishing House
Subjects: Management and editorial policy of the publications of CTI; Protestant Evangelicalism in the United States; application of Christian belief to the social, political and economic issues in American culture
Notes: The materials in Series II consist of documents relating to the whole company, as opposed to one particular magazine. It contains the correspondence of officers of the company, memos to staff, contracts and agreement, copyright registrations, primarily for issues of Christianity Today.

The correspondence of the president in boxes 27-35 and the CEO in boxes 36 to 38 deals mainly with contacts with other Evangelical Protestant ministries and publishers and discussions about possible CTI publications or projects. Almost all of these letters are to and from non-staff members, although there are many files of correspondence with CTI board members and folders 35-9 and 38-5 contain memos to staff. Except for the last mentioned folder, there is relatively little on the day-to-day operations of the magazine. Scott Bolinder's correspondence in folder 38-8 and 38-9, is more concerned with actual CTI products, especially those relating to Campus Life.

The actual operations of the company, particularly those concerning advertising, circulation and marketing, are documented in the business manger's memos in folder 38-6 and the quarterly reports in boxes 40 and 41. The reports are from various senior staff members on the accomplishments of their departments over a three month period and future goals. They include reports to the senior vice president, as well as his report for the company to the CEO. Frequent themes are: editorial policy and tone, reader response and research, circulation, production, operations. Boxes 39 contains the copyright certificates for most issues of CT magazine during its first two decades of existence. Folder 40-1 contains similar certificates for Youth for Christ Magazine and other YFC publications. CTI did not publish these, but it did acquire Campus Life from YFC in 1982 and probably also acquired these certificates at that time. For the same reason, probably, there are reports on the circulation, advertising and other statistics of YFC Magazine and Campus Life in folder 41-3.

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: 7 - A. Christianity Today, B. Campus Life, C. Leadership, D. Leadership 100, E. Partnership, F. Preaching Today, G. Your Church
Arrangement: Series A is alphabetical by folder title, all others are chronological, then alphabetical.
Date Range: 1961, 1973-1994
Volume: 23.05 cubic feet
Boxes: 42-99
Geographic coverage: United States
Subjects: Management of CTI magazines, interaction of Protestant Evangelicalism with the larger culture, the needs and interests of pastors and their families, the dynamics of Christian congregations
Notes: This series contains the files of several of CTI's individual publications. There are a substantial amount of records for Christianity Today and Leadership, much less for the others. Staff often were involved in several publications and this is reflected in the documents.

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: A. Christianity Today
Arrangement: Files are in alphabetical order by title. The titles are those of the original folders, although in the case of the folders for "Managing editor," most of the correspondence is in fact for other staff members, such as the editor. There are folders for the following staff: administrative editor, art editor, assistant editor, associate editor, assistant editor, book editor, editor, editor-at-large, editorial administrator, editorial coordinator, executive editor, institute editor, managing editor, national editor, news editor, senior associate editor, Washington correspondent
Date Range: 1961, 1975-1977, 1984-1992
Volume: 8.8 cubic feet
Boxes: 27-63
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence and memos
Correspondents: Staff: Rodney Clapp, Lyn Cryderman, Harry Genet, Timothy K. Jones, Kenneth Kantzer, Leslie Keylock, Kim Laton, Tom Minnery, Terry Muck, David Neff, Edward Plowman, James Reapsome, David Singer, Ken Sidey, Harold Smith, Carol Thiessen, Donald Tinder, Marty L. White, Philip Yancey
Many of the other correspondents are authors or would-be authors. In most cases, the letters are fairly brief. Some letters can probably be found to or from most significant American Evangelical Protestant authors or leaders. Here is a small, unscientific sample of some of the nonstaff correspondents: John Akers, Robert Bowman, G. W. Bromiley, Harold Fickett, Leighton Ford, Paul Fromer, Carl Henry (especially folder 51-3), David Hubbard, Kenneth Kantzer, Mark Noll, J.I. Packer, Fleming Rutledge, Donald Smarto, John Stott, Daniel Van Ness, Grant Wacker, David Wells
Subjects: This collection contains information on two main topics: Development of CT magazine; Protestant evangelism in contemporary America. A wide range of topics are lightly touched on in these letters and to find information on these topics the researcher will have to browse through correspondence files in many boxes. Here are some example of topics: abortion, AIDS, apartheid in South Africa, birth control, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, business ethics, career choices, Christian radio, Christian poetry, crime, Christianity in China, death penalty, Emily Dickinson, drunkenness as a sin, Charles Finney, genetic engineering, hermeneutics, Israel, lifestyles, image of missionaries in popular fiction, contemporary American Pentecostalism, Evangelicals in politics, medical ethics, prison ministry, racism, religious liberty, Seventh-Day Adventism, sexual ethics, spouse abuse, televangelists, theology of suicide, role of women in the church.
Notes: Materials in this series deal mainly with the editorial work of the staff of CT magazine: correspondence with authors and potential authors, discussions among staff about possible articles and about themes that should be reflected in the magazine, and letters responding to comments from readers. The letters to authors are generally pretty brief, either containing comments about a particular article or the approach to a theme for an article. Most of the files contain letters, but there are also many interoffice memos, especially in folders 43-4, 45-5, 45-6, 48-3, 50-3, 50-4, 50-5, 55-4, 56-6, 56-7, 56-9, 63-5.

The letters from readers in boxes 59-61 contain comments from a wide range of people representing many different religious, intellectual, and cultural backgrounds to articles and reviews that appeared in the magazine. Any researcher looking for information on, for example, attitudes toward abortion, would probably find more material here than in the letters of the editorial staff to authors, since these latter, while they might touch on the subject of the article, usually are more concerned with presentation than content.

Exceptional items: There are very few actual manuscripts in this series. However folder 43-1 contains a very interesting 1984 transcript of an interview of missionaries John and Doris Stam about Latin America theological trends; folders 45-9 and 46-1 contain material about Marshall Frady's biography of Billy Graham, including Frady's reaction to the review of his book in CT; folder 46-3 has a transcript of a 1977 appearance by Ruth Carter Stapleton on National Town Meeting to talk about her faith and her healing ministry; folder 52-3 xerox of a 1799 Harvard commencement address by Rev. Joseph Willard.

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: B. Campus Life
Arrangement: Chronological, alphabetical
Date Range: 1973-1985
Volume: .2 cubic feet
Boxes: 64
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence
Correspondents: Scott Bolinder, Steve Lawhead, Gregg Lewis, Philip Yancey
Subjects: Management of Campus Life magazine; Christian ministry to and interests of American teenagers
Notes: The correspondence in this series is mostly from the period just before Campus Life was acquired by CTI from Youth for Christ. It deals somewhat with the magazine's financial crisis, but mostly with editorial concerns - possible articles, working with authors, responding to readers about magazine content. There are many brief references to issues of concern to contemporary American teenagers. Folder 64-1 contains correspondence about the Book of the Year. Each year the magazine polled its young subscribers about the Christian books they were reading and then gave awards to the publishing houses that had published the favorites. Folder 64-7 contains correspondence of the editor after the CTI acquisition. These letters mainly deal with ideas for direct marketing the magazine and otherwise increasing its number of subscribers. There are also some letters on the anticipated market for the magazine and the type of articles it should include (see also folders 38-8 and 38-9).

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: C. Leadership
Arrangement: Chronological; all staff correspondence for a year is together.
Date Range: 1980-1994
Volume: 8.6 cubic feet
Boxes: 64-85
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos, manuscript evaluations
Correspondents: Significant staff correspondents include James D. Berkley, Craig Brian Larson, Kevin A. Miller, Terry Muck, Dean Merrill, Bonnie Rice, Paul Robbins, Marshall Shelley, The letters in the series are mainly to and from American Protestant clergy and lay Christian workers who were the magazine's readers and/or authors.
Subjects: Management of Leadership and of institute for clergy sponsored by the magazine, the concerns and experience of American Protestant ministers, especially those serving as pastors.
Notes: The correspondence reflects the emphasis of the magazine, which was the discussion of issues related to practical ministry, such as worship, ministry to youth, ministry to transients, church renewal, unity, use of volunteers, prayer life, addiction, resolving church conflicts, decision making, ministry to an aging congregation, children's sermons, church finances, local evangelism, etc. There are also a few letters dealing with other projects of the magazine, such as an institute to discuss topics of interest to clergy for possible inclusion in the magazine and Leadership Library, books recommended by the magazine for pastors. Folders 84-1 and 84-2 contain correspondence with author's and staff about the publication of Leadership Handbooks of Practical Theology, volumes of collected articles about everyday situations and problems that pastors face. The magazine also encouraged pastors to send in sermon illustration material for publication and some examples of these can be found in folder 84-3.

Boxes 81, 82, 84 and 85 include correspondence and forms for evaluating manuscripts submitted to the magazine. There are also a few query letters, asking about article ideas. The evaluation forms contain the comments of various editors on the article. In some cases there is also attached correspondence with the author. Almost all of the evaluations recommend not accepting the manuscript or waiting for one reason or another. A few forms have the actual article manuscripts are attached.

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: D. Leadership 100
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date Range: 1982-1983
Volume: 1.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 86-88
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence
Correspondents: Staff: Dean Merrill, Marshall Shelley
Subjects: Management of the newsletter; church management
Notes: Leadership 100 was a newsletter which briefly described ideas that pastors had found helpful in their lives of their individual churches. CTI sold the newsletter in 1983 to David C. Cook Company, which continued it under the name Innovations. The correspondence in this series is from the editors to authors or potential authors about their contribution. In some cases the manuscripts, which are usually very brief, are also attached to the correspondence.

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: E. Partnership
Arrangement: Chronological, then alphabetical
Date Range: 1983-1986
Volume: 3.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 89-96
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence, a few memos, article manuscripts, and staff evaluations of manuscripts
Correspondents: Staff: Terry Muck, Harold Myra, LaVonne Neff, Bonnie Rice, Ruth Sentor
Authors: Jill Briscoe, Ann Elver, Colleen Townsend Evans, Joyce Landorf, Diane Langberg, Gail MacDonald, Mary Stewart van Leeuwen

Subjects: The launching and development of Partnership; the interests, obligations, challenges and difficulties of pastor's wives.
Notes: The collection consists almost entirely of correspondence between magazine staff and authors about possible articles for the magazine. There are also some letters from readers, discussing their own experiences as pastors' wives. The correspondence in boxes 89 to 91 is from the period before the first issue was published and contains a good deal of information on the plans and expectations of the publication. Among the many possible topics for articles discussed in the correspondence are: being a preacher's kid, changing churches, coping with a very small church, loneliness, cross cultural marriages, Christmas celebrations, hospitality, recovering from affairs, aids to spiritual growth, stress, quitting the ministry, congregational life, counseling victims of sexual abuse, clergy burnout, finding God's guidance.

Series: III. Individual Publications
Subseries: F. Preaching Today
Arrangement: Chronological, alphabetical
Date Range: 1983-1993
Volume: .75 cubic feet
Boxes: 97-98
Geographic coverage: United States and Canada
Type of documents: Correspondence
Correspondents: Staff: Jim Berkley, Mark Galli, Marshall Shelley, Keith Stonehocker

Others: Lane Adams, Myron Augsburger, Paul Cedar, Charles Colson, Anthony Evans, O. J. Hoffman, Donald Hoke, John Huffman Jr., D. James Kennedy, Bruce Larson, Ray Ortlund, Franklin Pollard, Ray Stedman, Ross Rhoads, Marguerite Shuster, Lewis Smedes, R. C. Sproul, John Stott, Joni Tada, and Bruce Thielemann
Subjects: Sermons to appear in the PT series
Notes: Preaching Today was a monthly audio cassette series. The tapes subscribers received usually contained two sermons that the staff considered good examples and an interview with an experienced preacher on some aspect of preaching. The paper records in this series consist almost entirely with correspondence with various preachers in the United States and Canada about the possibility of using one of their sermons as part of the series. Examples of materials intended for the seriesand actual material used in the series from 1983 through 2002 can be found on tapes T34-T50, T55-T81.

Exceptional items: Copy of Chuck Colson's 1985 Taylor University commencement address in folder 97-1; John Huffman's booklet on the biblical view of homosexuality in folder 97-2; Jack Hayford's sermon on the integrity of the heart in folder 97-2, sermon by Lewis Smedes on the road to integrity in folder 97-5.

Series: III: Individual Publications
Subseries: G. Your Church
Arrangement: Chronological, alphabetical
Date Range: 1992-1993
Volume: .5 cubic feet
Boxes: 98-99
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Correspondence, memos
Correspondents: James Berkley
Subjects: Development of the magazine, topics important for church management
Notes: Your Church was intended for pastors and was concerned with issues arising out of the financial and business aspects of Church management. The documents in the file consist of correspondence with authors about possible articles, and a few other items on the purpose and development of the magazine.
Provenance

A portion of these records were given to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association by Christianity Today International. These were later sent to the Billy Graham Center by the BGEA in September 1975. Others were donated by Harold Lindsell in 1980. The rest of the material in this collection came directly from CTI in donations made between 1977 and 1997.

Accessions 75-10, 77-11, 77-12, 77-13, 77-16, 77-24, 78-16, 78-37, 79-2, 80-49
November 30, 1975
Robert Shuster
S. Short

November 10, 1977, revised
March 16, 1978, revised
June 22, 1978, revised
A. Labiano
L. Stockton

September 20, 1979, revised
Mary Ann Buffington
G. Gallup

June 3, 1980, revised
Mary Ann Buffington
S. Kouns

May 30, 1989, retyped
J. Nasgowitz

July 11, 1991, revised
Paul Ericksen
L. Ferguson

May 27, 2003, Updated
Accessions 84-48, 85-103, 87-9, 87-27, 87-90, 87-124, 88-105, 89-80, 90-10, 91-36, 93-94, 93-123, 94-41, 95-133, 96-3, 97-4
Robert Shuster
J. Arney

March 2, 2010
Bob Shuster
C. Ndethiu





STAFF LIST




This list of the Christianity Today staff was compiled from the mastheads of the magazine. Terminations of positions after July 1978 are not shown.

Name Position Date
Carl E. Armerding Editor-at-Large Oct 1972
Sharon Wilson Barlow Advertising Coordinator Apr 1977
L. Nelson Bell Executive Editor Oct 1956-Aug 1973
Wilbur D. Benedict Publisher Jan 1963-Jan 1970
Peter Beyerhaus Editor-at-Large Oct 1972-
James M. Boice Editorial Assistant Jan-Nov 1967
Assistant Editor Nov 1967-Jul 1968
Clair C. Boreau Business Manager Sep 1958-Sep 1963
Advertising Manager Sep-Feb 1963
Bruce A. Brough Editorial Assistant Sep 1961-Apr 1963
Harold O.J. Brown Associate Editor Jan 1972-Mar 1975
George Burnham News Editor Oct 1956-Jan 1958
E. Russell Chandler News Editor May 1969-Feb 1972
Charles Claus Business Manager Nov 1956-Apr 1957
Advertising & Business Manager Apr 1957-Sep 1958
Advertising Manager Sep 1958-Feb 1959
Robert L. Cleath Editorial Assistant Sep 1966-Nov 1967
Assistant Editor Nov 1967-Sep 1968
William A. Clemmer Production Manager Jan 1958-May 1958
Roy Coffman Advertising Director Jul 1978
James Daane Editorial Associate Sep 1961-Sep 1964
Assistant Editor Sep 1964-Aug 1966
Henry DeWeerd Circulation Manager Jun 1971-Sep 1972
General Manager Oct 1972-Mar 1974
J.D. Douglas Scottish Editorial Assistant Nov 1961-May 1962
British Editorial Director May 1962-Sep 1966
British Editorial Representative Sep 1966-Oct 1972
Editor-at-Large Oct 1972
Barrie Doyle Assistant News Editor Jul 1972-Oct 1974
Gervasse E. Duffield London Manager Apr 1961-Sep 1965
Frank Farrell Editorial Associate Feb 1958-Apr 1961
Assistant Editor Apr 1961-Sep 1965
Cheryl A. Forbes Editorial Assistant Mar 1971-Feb 1973
Editorial Associate Feb 1973-Oct 1975
Assistant Editor Oct 1975
Frank E. Gaebelein Co-Editor Oct 1963-Nov 1966
W. Ward Gasque Editor-at-Large Oct 1972
Janet Rohler Greish Editorial Assistant Nov 1967-Nov 1970
Carol Friedley Griffith Copy Editor Jan 1963-Sep 1977
Carl F.H. Henry Editor Oct 1956-Jul 1968
Editor-at-Large Mar 1969-Sep 1977
Thomas Howard Editor-at-Large Oct 1972-
Philip E. Hughes British Editorial Associate Nov 1960-Jun 1962
John G. Johansson Production Manager Sep 1958-Feb 1966
Editorial Assistant Feb 1966-Nov 1967
Production Coordinator Nov 1967-Jul 1969
Kenneth Kantzer Editor Elect Sep 1977-Apr 1978
Editor Apr 1978
Marina T. Caine Kendall Copy Editor Feb 1960-Jan 1962
J. Marcellus Kik Associate Editor Oct 1956-Jan 1960
David Kucharsky News Editor Jan 1958-Apr 1967
Associate Editor Apr 1967-Feb 1971
Managing Editor Feb 1971-Jul 1976
Senior Editor Jul 1976-Nov 1977
Harold B. Kuhn Editor-at-Large Oct 1972
Roland E. Kuhnholm Circulation Manager Sep 1959-Sep 1968
John V. Lawing, Jr. Art-Production Director Feb 1966-Jul 1975
Addison H. Leitch Editor-at-Large Oct 1972-Sep 1973
Beth Lewis Production Coordinator Oct 1974-Aug 1976
Harold Lindsell Associate Editor Sep 1964-Sep 1967
Editor Elect Jul 1968-Sep 1968
Editor Sep 1968-Oct 1971
Editor-Publisher Oct 1971-Jun 1975
Editor Jul 1975-Apr 1978
Editor Emeritus Apr 1978
Calvin D. Linton Editor-at-Large Sep 1973
Richard L. Love Assistant Editor Oct 1968-Sep 1970
Coleman Luck Advertising Manager Feb 1973-Mar 1974
Arthur H. Matthews Associate Editor Jul 1975
Connely McCray Circulation Manager Nov 1968-Jun 1971
Sterling Mehring Advertising Representative Jun 1975-Aug 1975
Linda K. Kik Miller Circulation Manager Jan 1958-Jan 1959
John Warwick Montgomery Editor-at-Large Oct 1972
Leon Morris Editor-at-Large Oct 1972
James Deforrest Murch Managing Editor Sep 1958-Apr 1961
Nancy Myra Circulation Oct 1974-May 1975
Harold Myra Publisher July 1975-September 2000
Executive Chairman, CTI September 2000-
Jeanne Willet Nichols Proof Reader Aug 1969-Oct 1970
Production Coordinator Oct 1970-Jul 1974
Richard N. Ostling Assistant News Editor Sep 1965-Apr 1967
News Editor Apr 1967-Apr 1969
Johanna Patterson Circulation Oct 1974-May 1975
Acting Circulation Manager May 1975-Aug 1975
Assistant Circulation Manager Aug 1975-Jul 1977
Roger Perkins Advertising Representative Aug 1976-Dec 1977
Edward Plowman Assistant Editor Dec 1978-May 1972
News Editor May 1972-
David R. Rehmeyer Advertising Manager Apr 1967-Jan 1970
Publisher Jan 1970-Oct 1971
J.B. Reynolds Canadian Editorial Repr. Sep 1966-Sep 1967
Paul Robbins Assistant Publisher July 1977-October 1980
Executive Vice President October 1980-September 2000
President, Publisher September 2000-
Iris Ruegg Production Coordinator Aug 1976-Jul 1977
Connie Seeley Fulfillment Coordinator Nov 1977
Dave Singer Art Director Mar 1976
C. Ralston Smith Field Representative Sep 1966-Feb 1967
Director of Development Feb 1967-Jan 1972
Assistant to the Publisher Jan 1972-Mar 1973
Melvin J. Sorenson General Manager Jun 1974-May 1975
Keith Stonehocker Circulation Manager Aug 1975-Nov 1977
Circulation Director Nov 1977
Donald Tinder Assistant Editor Aug 1969-Jun 1972
Book Editor Jun 1972-Mar 1975
Associate Editor Mar 1975-
Nancy M. Tischler Editor-at-Large Oct 1972-
Darlyne Walker Production Coordinator Jul 1977-Apr 1978
Production Manager Apr 1978
Larry Ward Managing Editor Oct 1956-Apr 1957
West Coast Advertising Rep. Apr-Jul 1957
Stephen M. Wike Assistant Advertising Manager Feb 1973-Apr 1974
Advertising Manger Apr 1974-May 1975
Business Manager May 1975-Apr 1977
Advertising Manager Apr 1977-Nov 1977
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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 77-11, 93-94
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file ("R/C" means "Reel/cassette")

# Reel or cassette Speed Length Sides Description Date

T1

R

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-

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Inspiration for Today devotional programs. Consists of a rendition of a hymn and Carl Henry reading Scripture. Programs for the first through the sixth days of the month.

n.d.

T2

R

 

 

 

Inspiration for Today, devotional programs from the seventh through the thirteenth of the month.

n.d.

T3

R

 

 

 

Inspiration for Today, devotional programs for the fourteenth and fifteenth days of the month.

n.d.

T4

R

 

 

 

Inspiration for Today, devotional programs for the sixteenth through the twenty-first days of the month.

n.d.

T5

R

-

-

-

Inspiration for Today, devotional programs for the twenty-second through the twenty-sixth days of the month.

n.d.

T6

R

-

-

-

Inspiration for Today, devotional programs for the twenty-seventh through the thirty-first days of the month.

n.d.

T7

R

-

-

-

Sermon or speech (barely audible).

n.d.

T8

R

-

-

-

My Biography. Speech given by Kenneth Scott Latourette to the AATS (American Association of Theological Schools ?).

6/15/1960

T9

R

-

-

-

Speech given by Dr. Franz Hildebrandt at the Academic Convocation held during Albury Theological Seminary's fortieth anniversary celebration.

10/13/1963

T10

R

 

 

 

Easter Sunrise Service held in the Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California. The service was an annual event sponsored by the Pasadena Chapter of the Christian Businessmen's Committee and partly initiated by Dr. Carl Henry. Dr. Harold Lindsell was the main speaker. His address, Christ the Victor, was published in the April 9, 1965, issue of Christianity Today.

1965

T11

R

 

 

 

Panel discussion by Evangelicals on "Psychotherapy and Spiritual Values," held while the American Psychiatric Association was meeting in New York. Participants were CT associate editor Frank Farrell, Dr. Truman Esau, Dr. E. Mansell Pattison, and Dr. Orville Walters. It was published in a much abbreviated form in the July 2, 1965, issue of the magazine.

6/1965

T12

R

-

-

-

Concluding message of the Wheaton Congress on the Church's Worldwide Mission, delivered by Dr. Gordon Kirby. A communion service is also on the tape.

4/16/1966

T13

R

 

 

 

Final business meeting of the Congress on the Church's Worldwide Mission.

4/16/1966

T14

R

7.5

 

 

Debate between fundamentalist preacher Jack Wyrtzen and liberal Catholic priest Ernest Harrison on the Paul Harvey radio program broadcast in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

4/19/1967

T15

R

-

-

-

Conclusion of Wyrtzen-Harrison debate.

4/19/1967

T16

R

-

-

 

Tape of a debate held during the Consultation of Christian Scholars held in northern Virginia. The meeting was sponsored by the Lilly Foundation and concerned the Christian scholar on a secular campus and the participants included Carl Henry, John Alexander, Bill Bright, Orville Walters, E. Anderson, C. P. S. Taylor, Charles Hatfield, and the directors of the Institute for Advanced Christian Studies. The panel was held between E. Anderson, John Alace(?), Martin Burger(?), and others.

5/28-31/1967

T17

R

-

-

2

Side 1: Consultation of Christian Scholars (continued). Panel discussion conclusion and discussion of C.P.S. Taylor's paper, Christian Opportunity on the Secular Campus, which was published in the September 27, 1968, issue of CT. May 28-29, 1967.  

Side 2: American Baptist Conference held at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary. Forum on the Gospel in a secular age, with Dr. Jitsuo Morikawa(?), Alfred Diman, Arthur Farrell, Torrey Johnson, and other participants.

5/1967; 3/1966

T18

R

-

-

-

Consultation of Christian Scholars (continued). Conclusion of discussion of Taylor's paper (from T17 Side 1) and then a paper read by mathematician Dr. Charles Hatfield on conflicts at the frontiers of science and Christianity. The paper was published in two parts in the August 16 and the August 30, 1968, issues of CT.

5/29/1967

T19

R

-

-

-

Consultation of Christian Scholars (continued). Discussion of Dr. Orville Wright's paper, "Emotional Conflicts of University Students." It was printed in the February 16, 1968, issue of CT.

5/1967

T20

R

-

-

-

Consultation of Christian Scholars (continued). Discussion of the possibility of a Christian research institute. Discussion of Christianity and ecology.

5/30/1967

T21

R

-

-

2

Side 1: Consultation of Christian Scholars (continued). Talk by John Alexander about the secular campus as a mission field and reactions to his comments.

Side 2: Sermon by Harold Lindsell.

5/1967

T22

R

-

-

-

Consultation of Christian Scholars (continued). Discussion of Evangelical long range goals in relation to university and college campuses.

5/31/1967

T23

R

 

 

 

Addresses by John Stott to the 8th InterVarsity Mission Conference held December 27-31, 1967, at the University of Illinois in Urbana. The topic was II Timothy. A news story on the conference appeared in the January 9, 1968, issue of CT.

12/1967

T24

R

-

-

-

Concluding addresses by John Stott on II Timothy.

12/1967

T25

R

-

-

-

Address by Billy Graham to the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

11/19/1969

T26

R

-

-

-

Sermon by pastor Walt Chantry.

1/23/1972

T27

R

-

-

-

Sermon by pastor Walt Chantry.

1/23/1972

T28

R

-

-

-

Discussion by Dr. Gary Collins of the theories and work of Paul Tournier. Ca. 1972.

Ca. 1972

T29

R

 

 

 

Conclusion of T28, discussion of Paul Tournier.

Ca. 1972

T30

R

-

-

-

Interview with B.P. Dotsenko, a Soviet nuclear scientist who defected to the West. He talks about life under communism and how he came to believe in God. An abbreviated transcript of the interview was published in the January 5, 1973, issue of CT.

ca. 1972

T31

R

-

-

-

Continuation of the Dotsenko interview from T30.

ca. 1972

T32

R

-

-

-

Conclusion of the Dotsenko interview, continuing from T31.

ca. 1972

T33

R

7.5

10"

50

1

Luncheon to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Christianity Today International. Speakers included J. Duncan Brown, Kenneth Kantzer, Harold Ockenga, Harold Myra and Billy Graham. Graham was succeeding Ockenga as chairman of the board.

7/31/1981

T34

R

7.5

25 min.

1

Discussion between Paul Robbins and Gil Beers about Billy Graham and the Amsterdam ‘83 conference, particularly emphasizing the conference as an act of succession, Graham passing on his ministry to other evangelists. Their comments are followed by an excerpt from Graham’s sermon at that conference on “The Evangelist and A Torn World, Billy Graham; The Evangelist's Gift and Ministry”. This interview was probably intended to be used a the Preaching Today resource tape.

Ca. 11/1983

T35

R

3.75

161 min.

2

Portion of the program from the 1984 National Association of Evangelicals. Includes communal singing of hymns and a sermon by Rev. Haddon Robinson on the theme of integrity in leadership is at the start of side 1, after the singing . There many other portions of the NAE program also on this tape, including on side 2 answers to questions by NAE president Arthur Gay. This sermon was used in number #14 of Preaching Today ’s audio tape series. (The date of the NAE meeting, which was March 6-8, 1984). Side 1 is 92 minutes, Side 2 is 69 minutes.

5/14/1984

T36

R

7.5

25 min.

1

Tape of various materials apparently to be used on one of the Preaching Today’s cassette resource tapes (possibly #14). This reel includes a brief biography of David Hubbard and an interview of Haddon Robinson by Marshall Shelly on preaching. See T41 and T42.

Ca. 1984

T37

R

7.5

40 min.

1

Master of side 1 of Preaching Today #16, a cassette resource on preaching sent monthly to subscribers to the magazine. First sermon is by Richard Foster on “Fasting in the 20th Century” was preached at Fuller Theological Seminary, followed by the beginning of an interview with Rev. Arthur DeKruyter.

Ca. 1984

T38

R

7.5

39 min.

1

Master of side 2 of Preaching Today #16, a cassette resource on preaching sent monthly to subscribers to the magazine. Among the material on the tape is a continuation of the interview with Rev. Arthur DeKruyter about preaching. This is followed by a sermon by Rev. John Huffman on “Let’s Talk about Money” based on Luke 12: 13-34.

Ca. 1984

T39

R

7.5

41 min.

1

Master of side 1 of Preaching Today #17, a cassette resource on preaching sent monthly to subscribers to the magazine. First sermon is by Jay Kesler on “Lost Sheep, Coins and Men” based on Luke 15, was preached at the Forest Home Bible Conference. This is followed by an interview with Dr. Ralph Lewis about inductive preaching.

Ca. 1984

T40

R

7.5

40 min.

1

Master of side 2 of Preaching Today #17, a cassette resource on preaching sent monthly to subscribers to the magazine. Among the material on the tape is a continuation of the interview with Dr. Ralph Lewis on inductive preaching. This is followed by an inductive sermon by Rev. Fred Kradick (?) on “Who Cares,” based on Acts 4: 32-35, preached at the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Ca. 1984

T41

R

7.5

21 min.

1

First part of an interview of Haddon Robinson on preaching. This is the full interview, portions of which were used on the Preaching Today resource tape mentioned in the description to T36.

Ca. 1984

T42

R

7.5

12 min.

1

Approximately 12 minutes. Second part of an interview of Haddon Robinson on preaching. This is the full interview, portions of which were used on the Preaching Today resource tape mentioned in the description to T36.

Ca. 1984

T43

R

7.5

23 min.

1

Interview of Gordon MacDonald by Paul Robbins on preaching. This interview was probably intended to be used a the Preaching Today resource tape.

Ca. 1984

T44

R

7.5

25 min.

1

Approximately 25 minutes. First part of an interview of Jay Kesler by Paul Robbins on preaching. This was probably intended to be used on a Preaching Today resource tape.

Ca. 1984

T45

R

7.5

10 min.

1

Second part of an interview of Jay Kesler on preaching. This was probably intended to be used on a Preaching Today resource tape.

Ca. 1984

T46

R

7.5

-

1

First part of an interview of Arthur DeKruyter on preaching. This was used on Preaching Today resource tape #16.

Ca. 1984

T47

R

7.5

-

1

Second part of an interview of Arthur DeKruyter on preaching. This was used on Preaching Today resource tape #16.

Ca. 1984

T48

R

10"

7.5

-

1

Interview with Howard Westland and Rick Lobs about preaching, especially preaching at Christmas. This was probably intended to be used on a Preaching Today resource tape. Probably 1984.

Ca. 1984

T49

R

10"

7.5

47 min.

1

Interview with Christopher Lyons about preaching. This was probably intended to be used on a Preaching Today resource tape. Probably 1984.

Ca. 1984

T50

R

10"

7.5

47 min.

1

Interview with Kent Hughes about preaching. This was probably intended to be used on a Preaching Today resource tape.

Ca. 1984

T51

C

-

-

2

Labeled Tape 1 Side A and Tape 1 Side B. Conclave apparently of CT senior staff, board members and invited guests discussing current trends in American culture and their relation to Evangelical Christianity. A second major theme is a discussion of editorial and administrative changes that might be desirable in the magazine. The discussion is informal and there is no identification of speakers beyond first names.

1/1991

T52

C

-

-

2

Conclave apparently of CT senior staff, board members and invited guests discussing current trends in American culture and their relation to Evangelical Christianity. A second major theme is a discussion of editorial and administrative changes that might be desirable in the magazine. The discussion is informal and there is no identification of speakers beyond first names. Labeled “Tape 2 Side A and Tape 4 Side B”.

1/1991

T53

C

-

-

2

Conclave apparently of CT senior staff, board members and invited guests discussing current trends in American culture and their relation to Evangelical Christianity. A second major theme is a discussion of editorial and administrative changes that might be desirable in the magazine. The discussion is informal and there is no identification of speakers beyond first names. Labeled “Tape 3 Side A and Tape 3 Side B”.

1/1991

T54

C

-

-

2

Memorial service at First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh for CT board member J. Duncan Brown. Sermon apparently by Rev. Bruce W. Thielemann. Ca, mid-October, 1991 (Brown died October 6, 1991)

10/1991

T55

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 171. Side 1: Thomas K. Tewell, The Foolishness of God/ 1 Corinthians 1:25, Roland Bainton,  Martin Luther’s Christmas Sermon/ Luke 1:26-56, Side 2: Roland Bainton,  Martin Luther’s Christmas Sermon/ Luke 1:26-56, Gordon Terpstra, Design, Not Despair/ Matthew 1:1-17.

9/1997

T56

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 189. Side 1: Tony Evans, Finding Joy Amid Our Differences/ Galatians 2:11-16, Haddon Robinson, How to Bring Clarity to Sermons/ workshop, Side 2: Haddon Robinson, How to Bring Clarity to Sermons/ workshop, Roger Thompson, Acting Out Humility/ James 4:1-10.

3/1999

T57

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 192. Side 1: Nick Lillo, God’s Message in the Language of Events/ Romans 12:21, Jeremiah 17:9, Jerry Nelson, Tragedy and the Providence of God/ Isaiah 40, Side 2: Bill Oudemolen, Two Sets of Plans/ Genesis 50:15-20; 2 Timothy 1:7

6/1999

T58

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 200. Side 1: Haddon Robinson, Life and Death Advice/ Psalm 49, William Lane Craig Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? - workshop, Side 2: William Lane Craig Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? - workshop, Tom Allen, The King is Dying / John 19:28-30.

2/2000

T59

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 201. Side 1: John W. Yates, III, Fearing God/ Psalm 34:7-11, Gardner Taylor, The Preaching Dialogue - workshop, Side 2: Gardner Taylor, The Preaching Dialogue - workshop, James MacDonald, What Does the Bible Say about Repentance? / Ezekiel 18:30.

3/2000

T60

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 202. Side 1: Donald Sunukjian, Knowing Even a Snail’s Pace /Matthew 10:29-31, Bill Hybels, How to Improve Your Preaching - workshop, Side 2: Bill Hybels, How to Improve Your Preaching - workshop, John Stumbo, God’s Sovereignty: The Ultimate Question /Romans 11:33.

4/2000

T61

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 203. Side 1: Nancy Ortberg, Modern Golden Calves /Exodus 32:1-6; Psalm 106:20-21, David Larsen, Primacy of the Text - workshop, Side 2: David Larsen, Primacy of the Text - workshop, Joseph Stowell, Living for More and Getting Less /John 13:1-30.

5/2000

T62

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 204. Side 1: Ken Davis, Obedience at the Burning Bush /Exodus 3:1-12; 4:1-17, Bart Decker, Delivery Skills - workshop, Side 2: Bart Decker, Delivery Skills - workshop, Colin Smith, Courage to Fulfill God’s Purpose /Numbers 13 and 14.

6/2000

T63

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 205. Side 1: Jim Nicodem, Perils of Money / 1Timothy 6:6-10; Philippians 4:11-12, Donald A. Carson, Preachers in the Hands of a Holy God - workshop, Side 2: Donald A. Carson, Preachers in the Hands of a Holy God - workshop, R. Kent Hughes, Grace of Giving /2 Corinthians 8:1-15.                

7/2000

T64

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 206. Side 1: Timothy J. Keller, The Girl Nobody Wanted /Genesis 29:15-35, Ed Rowell, Preaching with Spiritual Passion - workshop, Side 2: Ed Rowell, Preaching with Spiritual Passion - workshop, John MacArthur, The Ministry of Reconciliation /2 Corinthians 5:17-21.

8/2000

T65

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 207. Side 1: Robert L. Russell, When Teens Rebel /Proverbs 22:6, David Erickson, Fitting Form to Text - workshop, Side 2: David Erickson, Fitting Form to Text - workshop, Roberta Hestenes, It Takes a Family /Luke 2:49-49.

9/2000

T66

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 208. Side 1: Leith Anderson, A God’s Eye-View of Christmas /John 1:1-5, 14, Donald Sunukjian, Skillful Uses of Induction and Deduction - workshop, Side 2: Donald Sunukjian, Skillful Uses of Induction and Deduction - workshop, William Willimon, Blood in Bethlehem /Matthew 2:16-18.

10/2000

T67

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 209. Side 1: Joni Eareckson Tada, Life is Hard, but God is Good /Psalm 107:1, Randy Frazee, Three Legs of Preaching - workshop, Side 2: Randy Frazee, Three Legs of Preaching - workshop, Randy Frazee, When God “Doesn’t Come Through” John 9:1-41.

11/2000

T68

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 210. Side 1: Lon Allison, God the Evangelist /Romans 1:18-20; Psalm 19:1-4, Larson & Robinson, Discussing Haddon Robinson’s Sermon - workshop, Side 2: Larson & Robinson, Discussing Haddon Robinson’s Sermon -workshop, Haddon Robinson, Wanted: Winners /1 Corinthians 9.

12/2000

T69

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 211. Side 1: Lee Strobel, Meet the Jesus I know /2 Corinthians 5:17, Anne Graham Lotz, Preaching for Revival - workshop, Side 2: Anne Graham Lotz, Preaching for Revival - workshop, Scott Wenig, Hide and Seek / Luke19:1-10.

1/2001

T70

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 212. Side 1: Tony Campolo, Year of Jubilee /Luke 4:17-19, Ken Davis, Understanding Humor - workshop, Side 2: Ken Davis, Understanding Humor - workshop, Joseph Novenson, Decreation and Recreation /Jeremiah 4:22-29

2/2001

T71

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 213. Side 1: Hershael York, The Compassion of Confrontation / 1 Corinthians 5, Larson & York, Discussing York Sermon - workshop, Side 2: Larson & York, Discussing York Sermon - workshop, John MacArthur, Key to Church Development /2 Corinthians 12:19-13:10

3/2001

T72

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 214. Side 1:Calvin Miller, Gradual Brimstone /Genesis 18:20-33; 19:15-26, Maxie Dunnam, A Prophet among You - workshop, Side 2: Maxie Dunnam, A Prophet among You - workshop, Scott Bauer, A Generation with Purpose / Daniel 1 

4/2001

T73

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 215. Side 1: John Piper, Spreading Power through Persecution, Jack Hayford, How Preaching and Leadership Intersect - workshop, Side 2: Jack Hayford, How Preaching and Leadership Intersect - workshop, Josef Tson, Persecution and Christlikeness / Philippians 2:5-6

5/2001

T74

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 216. Side 1: Robert Smith, Jr., Glimpse of Glory / Exodus 33:11-33, Side 2: John Ortberg, Fourth Man in the Furnace /Daniel 3

6/2001

T75

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 217. Side 1: Bill Hybels, The End of Financial Folly /Malachi 3:8, Donald Sunukjian, Relevance - workshop, Side 2: Donald Sunukjian, Relevance - workshop, Knute Larson, Treasury Notes in Heaven /Matthew 6:19-21

7/2001

T76

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 218. Side 1: Gordon MacDonald, Right Way to Handle Church Conflict / Acts 15:1-35, Haddon Robinson, How the Text Can Form the Sermon - workshop Side 2: Haddon Robinson, How the Text Can Form the Sermon - workshop, Ted Haggard, How Much Is Your Sin Going to Cost Me? /Joshua 7.

8/2001

T77

c

 

 

2

Preaching Today, Tape 219. Side 1: Bryan Chapell, Thanksgiving and Faith /Luke 17:1-19, James MacDonald, Preaching to Red Apples - workshop, Side 2: James MacDonald, Preaching to Red Apples - workshop, Scott Wenig, Overcoming Disappointment / Exodus 15:22-17:7

9/2001

T78

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 220. Side 1: Bryan Wilkerson, A Wonderful Night /Luke 2:1-20, Michael Quicke, The Ever Growing Preacher - workshop, Side 2: Michael Quicke, The Ever Growing Preacher - workshop, Colin Smith, Christmas As the Angels Saw It /1 Timothy 3:16

10/2001

T79

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 221. Side 1: Lee Eclov, Choose Life /Psalm 139:13-18, Kevin Miller, 3-D Storytelling - workshop, Side 2: Kevin Miller, 3-D Storytelling - workshop, Howard Vanderwell, A Little lower Than the Angels /Psalm 8:5

11/2001

T80

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 222. Side 1: Timothy J. Keller, Love Lust and Liberation /Matthew 5:27-30, Mike Yearley, Everyman-Friendly Expository Preaching - workshop, Side 2: Mike Yearley, Everyman-Friendly Expository Preaching - workshop, Robert Russel, I Have a Dark Side I Must Understand / Genesis 3

12/2001

T81

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 223. Side 1: Rick Warren, What Difference Does Esther Make? /Colossians 2:13-14, Gardner C. Taylor, His Own Clothes, Side 2: Gardner C. Taylor, His Own Clothes, Jim Nicodem, Eight at the Cross /Matthew 27:32-61

1/2002




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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 77-11
Type of Material: Filmstrips
The following items may be found in the FILMSTRIP FILE:

FS1 - Key '73 - Calling our Continent to Christ; 2 filmstrips.

*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 77-11
Type of Material: Oversize Materials
The following item is located in the OS FILE; request by Folder Title at the beginning of the entry below:

KEY '73 PROGRAM CALENDARS. (OS 3).

*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 77-11
Type of Material: Phonograph Records
The following item is located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:

P1 - Key '73 - Calling our Continent to Christ.

*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-76, 93-94
Type of Material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:

BELL, NELSON L. 6 b&w.

CHRISTIANITY TODAY. 6 color & 11 b&w. Shots of CT staff looking at the first issue (J. Marcellus Kik, L. Nelson Bell, Larry Ward, Irma Peterson, Carl Henry, Mr. Freed, Louise Pleiner, Mrs. Kik, Barbara Browning, Mr. Burnham), portrait shots of David Kucharsky, C. Ralston Smith, Donald Tinder. 1956, n.d.

CRISWELL, W.A. 1 b&w portrait photo. N.d.

DARBY, FULTON. 3 b&w.

DEHONEY, WAYNE. 5 b&w.

DIENERT, TED. 1 b&w. Ted Dienert and Billy Graham jogging along the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago. Ca. 1971.

FALWELL, JERRY. 4 b&w.

FITCH, WILLIAM. 3 b&w.

FULLER, CHARLES. 1 b&w. Fuller apparently accepting an award, in front of a large crowd of people. N.d.

HALVERSON, RICHARD. 3 b&w.

HENRY, CARL. 7 b&w. Shots of Henry in his book-lined office; Henry with the winner of the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism hymn writing contest; Henry with Atha J. Baugh, Kenneth L. Chafin, and J. Lester Harnish at a conference on Key 73. 1966, 1973, n.d.

HOLLAND, CLEVELAND. 1 b&w. Portrait photo. N.d. From folder 97-6.

KENNEDY, D. JAMES. 1 b&w. Kennedy standing in front of the Coral Ridge presbyterian Church with his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Robinson. N.d.

KEY '73. Key '73 logos and "Some Leaders in Evangelism in the World Methodist Family". 2 b&w.

LAMONT, ROBERT. 1 b&w.

LINDSELL, HAROLD. 4 B&W. Portrait photos. N.d.

MAY, VIRGIL G. JR. 1 b&w.

McCALL, DUKE.

McKEE, WILLIAM. 2 b&w. Shots of McKee speaking and Indian wrestling. N.d.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EVANGELICALS. 3 b&w. Shots from the 30th Anniversary dinner of NAE, including many past presidents and leaders of the organization including Hudson T. Armerding, Myron F. Boyd, Robert Cook, Robert Duncan Jr., Leslie Marston, Billy Melvin, Harold Ockenga, Arnold Olson, Stephen Paine, Clyde Taylor, Thomas Zimmermann. Ca. April 1971.

PARK ST. CHURCH, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. Includes Dr. Harold J. Ockenga, Dr. Paul E. Toms, Rev. Henry Kane, Mel A. Barkan, Stevenson Corey and J. Alden Cheever. 2 b&w.

PENTZ, VIC. 1 b&w portrait photo. N.d. From folder 97-4.

POLLARD, FRANKLIN D. 1 b&w. Portrait photo. From folder 97-4.

RHOADS, ROSS. 1 b&w. Portrait photo. From folder 97-5.

STAM, DORIS. 7 b&w. Snapshots of Doris and her husband John, missionaries to Costa Rica with Latin America Mission. These pictures were taken to accompany an interview with the Stams about their work in Latin America and liberation theology in folder 43-1. 1984.

WINTER, RALPH D. l b&w.



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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 77-11?, 78-16?
Type of Material: Slides
The following items are located in the SLIDE FILE as indicated below:

SLIDE FILE BOX 1:

S1 - "Judas' Kiss". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S2 - "Path of Love". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S3 - "They Know Not What They Do". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S4 - "E'lo-i, E'lo-i". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S5 - "Agony". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S6 - "Death". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S7 - "Descent from the Cross". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.

S8 - "Resurrection". Painting by South African artist, J.J. Fernandes; color.




BOX LIST

Box Folder Title
I. Historical Files
1 1 A Laymen and His Faith; columns and reactions; 1957-1962 n.d.
15 1 An Evangelical Protestant Strategy for the Late 1960's; ca. 1963
13 1 Bible Accuracy Confirmed by Scholars - 1968: Scrapbook; 1968
1 2 Bookkeeper's Reports; 1956-1957
Board Meetings
1 3 Sep 1956-May 1957
1 4 Sep 23, 1957
1 5 Jan 6, 1958
1 6 May 9, 1958
1 7 June 5, 1958
1 8 Sept 9, 1958
1 9 Jan 6, 1959
1 10 Jun 18, 1959
1 11 Sept 10, 1959
1 12 Oct 1, 1958
1 13 Jan 15, 1960
1 14 Jan 26, 1960
1 15 May 5, 1960
1 16 Nov 3, 1960
1 17 Dec 19, 1961
1 18 Apr 27, 1962
1 19 Sep 11, 1962
1 20 Business Records; 1956-1959, n.d.
1 21 By-laws; n.d.
1 22 Christian Education Material; 1960-1961, n.d.
15 2 Christianity Today - (Craig); 1930-1933
Christianity Today - Clippings Scrapbook
14 1 Oct 1956-May 1957
9 1 Aug 1957-Aug 1958
9 2 Oct 1959-Jan 1961
9 3 Jan 1961-Jan 1962
9 4 Jan 1962-Dec 1962
9 5 Jan 1963-Apr 1964
10 1 May 1964-Feb 1965
10 2 Mar 1965-Jul 1965
14 2 Jul 1965-Mar 1966
10 3 Mar 1966-Jan 1967
10 4 Jan 1967-Aug 1967
10 5 Sep 1967-Apr 1968
11 1 Apr 1968-Feb 199
11 2 Feb 1969-Sep 1969
11 3 Oct 1969-Apr 1970
11 4 Apr 1970-Nov 1970
11 5 Dec 1970-Dec 1972
12 1 Jan 1973-Apr 1974
12 2 Dec 1973-Sep 1974
12 3 Jun 1974-Oct 1974
12 4 Oct 1974-Jun 1975
12 5 Jun 1975-Apr 1976
12 6 Apr 1976-Nov 1976
13 2 Nov 1976-May 1977
Correspondence: Associate Editor
17 1 Love, Richard; 1970
1 23 Correspondents; 1956
15 3 Wilson, George; 1965-1958
Correspondence: Author's File
17 2 Abbot, Glen C.; 1966
17 3 Albus, Harry J.; 1957-1963
17 4 Aldrich, Roy L.; 1967
17 5 Alexander, David L.; 1968, n.d.
17 6 Allen, Tom; 1957-1966
17 7 Anderson, William H.; 1960-1967
17 8 Andrews, E.W.; 1966
17 9 Armstrong, O.K.; 1965-1967
17 10 Audu, Ishaya; 1965-1966
17 11 Bouman, Edward W.; 1961
17 12 Beasly, Murray G.; 1956-1964
17 13 Benson, David V.; 1959-1960
17 14 Bergmann, Gerhard; 1961-1964
17 15 Bertermann, Eugene R.; 1957-1958
17 16 Black, Cyril; 1963, n.d.
17 17 Bonnel, John S.; 1956-1968
17 18 Borchert, Donald M.; 1966
17 19 Bower, William M.; 1957-1960
17 20 Bradbury, John W.; 1965
17 21 Brannon, Theodore; 1964
17 22 Bray, Allen F.; 1964-1966
17 23 Brown, Harold O.; 1960-1968
17 24 Bruner, Dale F.; 1959-1960
17 25 Buerger, M.J.; 1965
17 26 Burkholder, Lawrence J.; 1967
17 27 Buswell, James III O.; 1964-1965
17 28 Cadier, Jean; 1956-1961
17 29 Carlson, Gene N.; 1964
17 30 Carruth, Thomas A.; 1966
17 31 Carson, Herbert; 1961
17 32 Cawley, F.; 1960-1961
17 33 Chandler, Horace E.; 1965-1966
17 34 Chapman, Gordon K.; 1965
17 35 Clearwaters, Richard V.; 1968
17 36 Coggins, Ross; 1963-1964
17 37 Conlan Jr., John B.; 1958-1961
17 38 Cooper, John C.; 1960-1965
17 39 Cornell, George W.; 1963
17 40 Corson, Fred Pierce; 1962-1965, n.d.
17 41 Coutts, Frederick; 1963
17 42 Criswell, W.A.; 1955-1957
17 43 Cullman, Oscar; 1960-1965, n.d.
17 44 Daniel, Price; 1958
17 45 David, Clair D.; 1967
17 46 Dean, Lloyd F.; 1960-1967
17 47 Dehoney, Wayne
17 48 Derham, A. Morgan; 1966
17 49 Desmond, George C.; 1963
17 50 DeWolf, L. Harold; 1959-1962
17 51 Duthie, Charles S.; 1961-1962
17 52 Dyrness, Enock C.; 1958-1961
17 53 Edwards, Clifford; 1967
17 54 Ehlert, Arnold D.; 1960-1961
17 55 Elliot, Willis E.; 1960-1967
17 56 Elson, John T.; 1966
17 57 Englund, Harold N.; 1962-1966
17 58 Erickson, Walfred; 1963-1965
17 59 Ferm, Robert; 1958
17 60 Forrester, James; 1960-1961
17 61 Gilbert, Arthur; 1960-1966
17 62 Grigolia, Alexander; 1959
17 63 Grislis, Egil; 196
17 64 Hargis, Billy James; 1968
17 65 Hatfield, Mark O.; 1956-1975, n.d.
17 66 Hildebrandt, Franz H.; 1964
17 67 Hudson, B.P.G.; 1958
17 68 Ingram, T. Robert; 1966
17 69 Jarman, W. Maxey; 1958
17 70 Jellema, Dirk; 1955-1960
17 71 Kato, Byang; 1975-1976
17 72 Klooster, Fred H.; 1961-1967
17 73 Kulling, Samuel; 1962-1966
17 74 Kunneth, Walther; 1961-1966
17 75 Loizeaux, Marie D.; 1964
17 76 Malik, Charles; 1956-1968
17 77 Michel, Otto; 1962
17 78 Mol, J.J.; 1962
17 79 Morgan, Richard Llyon; 1965
17 80 Neff, Herbert B.; 1965
17 81 Nicole, Jules Marcel; 1956
17 82 Osterhaven, M. Eugene; 1960-1963
17 83 Pattison, E. Mansell; 1968
17 84 Pollard, William G.; 1964, n.d.
17 85 Ro, Bong; 1971, n.d.
17 86 Roberson, Jesse J.; 1963-1964
17 87 Roberts, C.A.; 1966
17 88 Roberts, W. Dayton; 1963-1969
17 89 Rookmaaker, H.R.; 1966
17 90 Sasse, Hermann; 1967
17 91 Simmons, F.P. Copland; 1959-1969
17 92 Smith, Timothy L.; 1967
17 93 Spitzer, Walter O.; 1968
17 94 Taylor, G. Aiken; 1956-1976, n.d.
17 95 Thorne Jr., Charles G.; 1965-1968
17 96 Tietjen, John H.; 1974-1975, n.d.
17 97 Tinney, James S.; 1971, n.d.
17 98 Tippett, Alan Richard; n.d.
17 99 Tischler, Nancy; 1972-1977
17 100 Ton, Josif; n.d.
17 101 Towns, Elmer L.; 1968-1971
17 102 Toyotome, Masumi; 1964-196
17 103 Trueblood, D. Elton; 1966-1971
17 104 Tuland, C.G.; 1969, n.d.
17 105 Tuttle, Robert G.; 1968
17 106 Udes, Lynne; 1971
17 107 Valentine, Foy; 1974
17 108 Van Capelleveen, Jan J.; 1966-1969
17 109 Van Til, Cornelius; 1958-1972
17 110 Van Til, L. John; 1958-1969
17 111 Vanderkooi, Garret; 1970-1971
17 112 Vanderlip, D. George; 1966
17 113 Vardaman, Jerry; 1972
17 114 Vellenga, Jacob J.; 1962
17 115 Verduin, Leonard; 1964-1965, n.d.
17 116 Vincent, Merville O.; 1967-1970, n.d.
17 117 Virtue, David; 1975
17 118 Wagner, John E.; 1973
17 119 Wagner, C. Peter; 1971-1976
17 120 Wallis, James; 1973-1975
17 121 Ward, Ronald A.; 1966
17 122 Weisiger, Cary III. N.; 1972-1975
17 123 Wells, David F.; 1971-1973
17 124 Westphal, Merold; 1971
17 125 White, J. Melville; 1969
17 126 Whitesell, Faris D.; 1962-1965
17 127 Williams, E. Eugene; 1974
17 128 Williamson, Rene de Visme; 1975
17 129 Willimon, William H.; 1976
17 130 Winter, Ralph D.; 1970-1971, n.d.
17 131 Winterhager, J.W.; 1963-1966
17 132 Wirt, Sherwood E.; 1961-1975
17 133 Womack, David A.; 1972
17 134 Wood, A. Skevington; 1961, n.d.
17 135 Wood, Bishop; n.d.
17 136 Wood, Maurice A.P.; 1956
Correspondence: Bell, L. Nelson
1 24 Abbott, John 1957
1 25 Thoughts on Artificial Insemination response; 1957, n.d.
1 26 Bell, Allyn; 1960-1962
1 27 Correspondents; 1955-195
1 28 Eisenhower, Dwight David; 1956
1 29 Elliott, William; 1956
1 30 Hargis, Billy James; 1971, n.d.
1 31 Japanese Missionaries; 1957
1 32 Jones, Bob Sr.; 1957-1959
1 33 Lindsell, Harold; 1961-1963
1 34 McKnight, T.C.; 1957-1958
1 35 Murch, James DeForest; 1955-1957, n.d.
1 36 Nixon, Richard; 1956-1959
1 37 Segregation and the Kingdom of God response; 1957, n.d.
1 38 Sons of the American Revolution; 1958-1959, n.d.
1 39 Taber, Marius; 1957-1960, n.d.
1 40 Taylor, G. Aiken; 1957-1958
1 41 Universalism; 1957-1962
1 42 Vitamin Ad Response; 1957
1 43 Wilson, George; 1955-1957
Correspondence: Board of Directors
1 44 Baker, David; 1958-1962
1 45 Beavan, Jerry; 1955-1962
1 46 Bennett, Walter; 1956-1963
1 47 Bolton, John; 1956-1962, n.d.
1 48 Butt, Howard; 1957-1960
1 49 Fulton, J. Wyte; 1958
1 50 Graham, William F. (Billy); 1955-1958, n.d.
1 51 Hull, Horace; 1956-1962
1 52 Jarman, H. Waxey; 1956-1963
1 53 Keyes, Kenneth; 1958-1961
1 54 Lamont, Robert; 1956-1960
1 55 Miscellaneous; 1959-1963
1 56 Ockenga, Harold; 1956-1961
Pew, Howard
1 57 1956-1959
1 58 1960-May 1961
1 59 R Jun 1961-1963
1 60 Pitts, Charles; 1957-1961
2 1 Rees, Paul; 1957-1962
2 2 Smith, C. Ralston; 1956-1961
2 3 Weisiger, Cary; 1956-196
Correspondence: Co-Editor
17 137 Bayley, Joseph; 1965-1966
17 138 Irving, Roy; 1965
17 139 Meyer, Robert; 1964-1965
17 140 Redding, David; 1964
Correspondence: Editor
17 A:
17 141 1972-1976
22 1 1977
22 2 1978
18 1 Abingdon Press; 1967
18 2 Ady, Richard; 1972
22 3 African Enterprise (Michael Cassidy); 1968-1973
18 3 American Sunday School Union; 1970-1971, n.d.
18 4 Anderson, Elving; 1964-1970, n.d.
18 5 Anderson, J. Norman; 1957-1968
18 6 Anderson, Marvin; 1973
22 4 Anglican Fellowship of Prayer; 1971-1972
18 7 Archer, Gleason; 1961-1973
18 8 Armerding, Hudson Taylor; 1964-1975
18 9 Aulie, Richard; 1973-1974
B:
18 10 1968-1971
18 11 1972-1976
22 8 1978
22 5 Ba-Be; 1977
22 6 Bf-Bra; 1977
22 7 Bre-Bz; 1977
18 12 Babbage, Stuart; 1959-1973
18 13 Baker, David; 1962-1970
18 14 Baker, Dwight; 1966
22 9 Baker Book House; 1975
18 15 Baldwin, Stanley; 1974
18 16 Bare, Bruce; 1971-1975
18 17 Barnette, Helene; 1957-1958
18 18 Barrows, Cliff; 1957-1974
18 19 Bartel, Robert J.; 1969
22 10 Bass, Dr. Clarence B.; 1976-1977
18 20 Batteau, John; 1970-1975
18 21 Beavan, Gerald; 1973-197
18 22 Beck, Malcolm; 1974
18 23 Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Nelson; 1968-1974
15 4 Bell, L. Nelson; Kucharsky, David; 1955-1964
Benson, Ted;
18 24 1971
18 25 1972
15 5 BGEA; 1956-1958
22 11 BGEA Team and Staff Members; 1972-1975
22 12 Biographical Information; 1968-1975
18 26 Blaiklock, E.M.; 1963-1963, n.d.
18 27 Blake, Howard; 1965-1970, n.d.
18 28 Bloesch, David; 1971, n.d.
18 29 Boice, James Montgomery; 1963-1974
18 30 Bolton, John; 1971-1975
18 31 Bradley, Ian; 1973
15 6 British Office; 1960-1964
Bromiley, Rev. Geoffrey
15 7 1956-1963
18 32 1968
18 33 Brow, Robert; 1973
18 34 Brown, Harold O.J.; 1966-1975
18 36 Bruce, F.F.; 1955-1958
18 36 Bustanoby, Andre; 1963
18 37 Buswell, J. Oliver; 1964-1966
18 38 Butt Jr., Howard; 1959-1975
C:
18 39 1968-1976
26 1 1976
22 15 1978
22 13 Ca-Ci; 1977
22 14 Cl-Cz; 1977
22 16 Campus Crusade (Bill Bright); 1973-1974
18 40 Campus Crusade for Christ; 1969-1975
15 8 Canadian Edition of Christianity Today; 1965-1966
18 41 Candidates for jobs; 1968-1973
18 42 Carnahan, Roy; 1975
18 43 Carlson, Paul; 1972
18 44 Carvill, Robert L; 1969
18 45 Cattel, Edward; 1964
18 46 Cechetto, Seth; 1974
18 47 Chafin, Kenneth; 1974-1975
18 48 Chalenor, Robert; 1974
18 49 Chandler, Russell; 1965-1973
18 50 Chang Lit Sen; 1971-1977
22 17 China and Vietnam; General Information; 1966-1967
15 9 Christianity and Crisis; 1958-1959
15 10 Christian Century; 1956-1963, n.d.
Christianity Today Board Members
22 18 1972-1975
22 19 (list); 1975
15 11 Christianity Today's Beginnings; 1955-1957, n.d.
18 51 Clark, Dennis; 1965-1968
Clark, Gordon H.
15 12 1955-1961
15 13 1961-1965
18 52 Cleath, Robert; 1971-1973
22 20 Conference on Faith and History; 1969-1975
22 21 Congress on the Laity; 1978
22 22 Congressmen's Letters; 1969-1974
15 14 Consultation of Christian Scholars; 1965-1966
18 53 Consultation on Church Union; 1970, n.d.
22 23 Continental Congress on the Family; 1975
15 15 Contributing Editors Possibilities; 1960-1966, n.d.
15 16 Critics; 1956
22 24 Curley, Richard and David; 1973-1974
D:
18 54 1969-1972
19 1 1972-1975
22 27 1978
22 25 Da-Dn; 1977
22 26 Do-Dz; 1977
19 2 Danker, W.J.; 1969-1970
15 17 DeMille, Cecil; 1956-1959
19 3 Deweerd, Henry; 1971-1975
15 18 Diploma Mills Editorial; 1960-1969
Douglas, James D.
15 19 1963-Jun 1968
19 4 Jul 1968-1975
19 5 Doyle, Barry; 1972-1974
E:
19 6 1968-1971
19 7 1974-1976
26 2 1976
22 28 1977
22 29 1978
22 30 Editors at Large and Contributors
22 31 Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Co.; 1969-1974
22 32 Environmental Fund; 1978
22 33 Erickson, Millard J.; 1974-1975
22 34 Evangelical Christian Education Ministries, Inc.; 1973
Evangelical Theological Society
22 35 1973-1975
19 8 1971-1972
22 36 Evangelism Forum (Victor B. Nelson); 1974
F:
19 9 1969-1971
19 10 1971-1976
26 3 1976
23 1 1977
23 2 1978
23 3 Faith and Order (Moede, Gerald F.); 1972-1973
23 4 Falwell, Jerry; 1977
26 4 Ford, Leighton; 1976
15 20 Foreign Language Editions of Christianity Today; 1960-1961
19 11 Frankfort Declaration; 1970
Frazier, Claude A., M.D.
23 5 1976
23 6 1977
23 7 Fuller, David Otis; 1970-1973
Fuller Theological Seminary
23 8 1970-1975
23 9 Church Growth Bulletin; 1970-1973
G:
19 12 1968-1972
19 13 1973-1975
23 10 1977
23 11 1978
15 21 Gerstner, John H.; 1956-1962, n.d.
Gifts
19 14 1971-1972
23 12 1974-1975
23 13 Glenmede Trust Co.; 1974-1975
23 14 Gordon College; 1975
19 15 Gotaas World Travel; 1974-1975
23 15 Gothard, Bill; 1974-1975
Graham, Billy
23 16 R 1973
23 17 R 1975-1977
Graham, Rev. William "Billy";
15 22 R 1956-1959
15 23 R 1959-1967
19 16 R 1968-1971
19 17 R 1972-1976
23 18 R Graham, Ruth; 1973-1974
H:
19 18 1968-1972
19 19 1973-1976
23 21 1978
26 5 Ha-He; 1976
23 19 Ha-Hi; 1977
26 7 Hi-Hu; 1976
26 20 Hj-Hz; 1977
26 22 Harper and Row; 1969-1974
Henry, Carl F.
19 20 1967-1975
26 6 1975
19 21 Hitt, Russell; 1969-1970
23 23 Hubbard, David A.; 1969-1973
15 24 Hughes, Philips; 1955-1962
23 24 Hunt, H.L.; 1972
I:
19 22 1972-1975
26 8 1976
23 25 1977
23 26 1978
23 27 Intercessors for America; 1974
J:
19 23 1968-1972
26 9 1976
23 28 1977
23 29 1978
26 10 Jarman, Maxey; 1976
23 30 Jones, Bob; 1974
K:
19 24 1969-1976
19 25 1969-1976
26 11 1976
23 31 1977
23 32 1978
15 25 Kelso, Rev. Thomas, Controversy; 1956-1957
19 26 Kennedy Investments, Inc.; 1968-1971
16 1 Kilby, Clyde; 1955-1968
16 2 Kuhn, Harold; 1956-1968
19 27 Kuhn, Harold; 1975
L:
19 28 1968-1976
26 12 1976
23 35 1978
23 33 La-Li; 1977
23 34 Lj-Lz; 1977
19 29 Latin American Congress on Evangelism; 1969
24 1 Latin America Mission; 1972-1973
24 2 Layman's Leadership Institute (Howard Butt); 1971-1975
16 3 Lief, Rev. Richards; 1965-1967
24 3 Living Bibles International; 1975
19 30 Lord's Day Alliance; 1967-1968
19 31 Love, Richard; 1968-1974
19 32 Luck, Coleman; 1974
24 4 Luther Rice Seminary (Robert Witty); 1973-1975
24 5 Lynch, Ed (Volvo); 1973
M:
19 33 1968-1971
20 1 1972-1976
24 9 1978
26 13 Ma-Me; 1976
24 7 Mao-Mel; 1977
20 3 Mc; 1968-1976
24 6 Mc-Man; 1977
24 8 Mem-Mz; 1977
26 14 Mi-Mz; 1976
20 2 Malone Consultation; 1969, n.d.
20 4 Meyers, Robert; 1973
20 5 Mikolaski, Samuel J.; 1963-1968
20 6 Missing Day or Missing Data responses; 1970
20 7 Moberg, David; 1974
20 8 Moffet, Samuel; 1955-1976
20 9 Monsma, Peter; 1973
24 10 Moody Press - Moody Monthly; 1971-1974
20 10 Mooneyham, Stanley; 1966-1974
20 11 Moore, Arthur; 1955-1963
20 12 Moore, John N.; 1971-1972
20 13 Morris, Leon; 1956-1972
20 14 Mueller, William; 1955-1973
N:
20 15 1968-1971
20 16 1972-1975
26 15 1976
24 11 1977
24 12 1978
24 13 Names; n.d.
16 4 National Catholic Welfare Conference; 1957
20 17 National Council of Churches; 1969
24 14 National Council on Religion& Public Educ.
24 15 National Religious Broadcasters; 1973-1974
24 16 Nelson, Thomas Inc. (Sam Moore); 1974
24 17 Nelson, Victor, Evangelism Forum & The Communicators; 1974-1975
24 18 News and Views; 1977-1978
20 18 New York Bible Society; 1969-1971
16 5 Nicole, Roger; 1955-1960
24 19 Nims, Dr. Curtis R., 1977
24 20 Norris, Arthur N.; 1972-1975
O:
20 19 1969-1975
26 16 1976
24 21 1977
24 22 1978
16 6 O'Brien, Rev. James; 1957-1960, n.d.
Ockenga, Harold John
16 7 1955-1962
20 20 1968-1975
24 23 Ogilvie, Dr. Lloyd John; 1974-1975
16 8 Olson, Stanley W.; 1955-1968
16 9 Opinion Research Corporation; 1957-1961, n.d.
24 24 Ostling, Dick & Jean; 1968-1974
24 25 The Other Side; 1974-1975
24 26 Outreach, Inc.; 1974-1975
P:
26 17 1976
24 29 1978
20 21 P-Q; 1968-1976
24 27 Pa-Pe; 1977
24 28 Pf-Pz; 1977
16 10 Peace Corps; 1964-1965
20 22 Perkins, John; 1975
20 23 Petersen, Mary E.; 1972
20 24 Pew, J. Howard; 1968-1972
24 30 Pew, Jonathan G.; 1970-1974
20 25 Phillips, John McCandlish; 1967-1971
20 26 Pinnock, Clark H.; 1968-1976
20 27 Pollock, John; 1955-1975
Population Information
24 31 1965-1977, n.d.
24 32 1923-1964
24 33 Presbyterian Lay Committee; 1968-1974
20 28 Preus, Robert; 1963-1974
16 11 Promotion; 1956-1959
Q:
26 18 1976
24 34 1977
24 35 1978
R:
20 29 1971-1975
26 19 1976
24 36 1977
24 37 1978
Ramm, Bernard
16 12 1955-1961
20 30 1965
20 31 Ramsey, Paul; 1967
20 32 Ray, Chandu; 1975
24 38 RCDA (Religion in Communist Dominated Areas); 1977-1978
24 39 Reaction to Carter Mentioned in Washington Post; 1976
Rees, Paul
16 13 1955-1962
20 33 1964
20 34 Rehmeyer, David; 1969-1970
Reid, W. Stanford
16 14 1955-1962
20 35 1974
20 36 Religious Book Discount House; 1969-1972, n.d.
16 15 Religious Broadcasting Free Time; 1956-1957
24 40 Religious Thought Column; 1974-1975
24 41 Review and Expositor; 1973-1974
20 37 Roark, Dallas; 1969-1970
24 38 Roberts, Oral; 1965-1969
Robinson, William Childs
16 16 1956-1957
20 39 1971
20 40 Rosen, Martin Meyer; 1972-1973
20 41 Runia, Klaus; 1967-1974
20 42 Rushdoony, Rousas John; 1964-1973
20 43 Rydberg, Denny; 1975
S:
21 1 1968-1971
21 2 1972-1976
25 4 1978
26 20 Sa-Si; 1976
25 1 Sa-Sh; 1977
25 2 Si-Sq; 1977
26 21 Sk-Sz; 1976
25 3 Sr-Sz; 1977
16 17 Sallman, Warner; 1957-1960
21 3 Samann, William; 1967-1969
16 18 Seminar on National Purpose; 1958, n.d.
21 4 Seminaries Placement Services; 1970
21 5 Seymour, Ted; 1971-1973
16 19 Smith, Oswald J.; 1956-1959
Smith, Wilbur
16 20 1955-1964
21 6 1969-1975
25 5 Social Security; 1974
25 6 Staley Foundation - Lecture Program; 1972-1973
21 7 Stony Brook School; 1968-1970
25 7 Subscription; 1970-1975
16 21 Sullivan, Ed.; 1960
25 8 Sullivan, Rev. Thomas; 1968-1974
T:
21 8 1968-1970
25 9 1974-1976
26 22 1976
25 10 1977
25 11 1978
21 9 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association; 1969
25 12 Time; 1978
16 22 Time-Life Publications; 1961-1963
25 13 Toms, Dr. Paul E.; 1969-1975
16 23 Tong, Hollington K.; 1957-1961
16 24 TV Panel Discussion on Do Christianity and Psychiatry Conflict; 1966, n.d.
16 25 TV Panel Discussion on The Arts as a Spiritual Force; n.d.
25 14 Tyndale House; 1968-1975
25 15 Tyndale House Foundation; 1972-1975
U:
26 23 1976
25/ 17 1977
25 18 Underground Evangelism (L. Joe Bass); 1973-1974
16 26 United Presbyterian 1967 Confession; 1964-1965, n.d.
16 27 United States Congresspersons; 1956-1960
21 10 U.S. Naval War College, U.S. Naval Institute; 1969, n.d.
16 28 Universalism Sermons Contest; 1962-1964
U-V:
21 11 1969-1970
25 16 1974-1976
V:
24 24 1976
25 19 1977
25 20 1978
W:
21 12 1969-1975
26 25 1976
25 26 1978
25 21 W-We; 1974-1976
25 23 Wa-Wh; 1977
25 22 Wf-Wz; 1974-1976
25 24 Wi; 1977
25 25 Wj-Wz; 1977
16 29 Weisiger III, Cary N.J.; 1955-1962
25 27 Western Records; 1978
25 28 Westminster Presbyterian Church; 1975
21 13 Wheaton Travel; 1970
25 29 White House Press Accreditation; 1969-1971
25 30 Who's Who; 1972-1973
25 31 Williams, O. (London); 1974
25 32 Wilson, T.W.; 1974
16 30 Wimbish, Rev. John; 1956-1957
25 33 Word Books; 1967-1974
21 14 World Christian Books; 1966-1970
21 15 World Cultural Travel; ca. 1971
25 34 World Home Bible League; 1974-1975
16 31 WCC Conference on Faith and Order; 1963-1963, n.d.
25 35 Writer's List (Women); 1975
25 36 X-Y; 1974-1976
X-Z:
21 16 1968-1969
26 26 1976
25 37 Y; 1977
Z:
25 38 1974-1976
25 39 1977
25 40 1978
Zondervan Publishing House
21 17 1969-1971
25 41 1971-1975
21 18 Correspondence: Editorial Associate - Adeney, David; 1974
25 42 Correspondence: Editor's Report - Kantzer; 1978
Correspondence: General
2 4 A; 1956-1962
B:
2 5 1956-1958
2 6 1958-1959
2 7 1960-1964
C:
2 8 1954-Aug 1957
2 9 Sep 1957-1959
D:
2 10 1956-Apr 1960
2 11 May 1960-1961
2 12 1961-Sep 1961
2 13 Sep 1961-1962
2 14 E; 1956-1962
F:
2 15 1956-Mar 1960
2 16 Mar 1960-1962
2 17 G; 1956-1959
H:
2 18 1956-1957
2 19 1958-1959
2 20 I,J; 1956-1959
3 1 K; 1956-1959
3 2 L; 1956-1961
M:
3 3 1955-1957
3 4 1958-1959
3 5 N; 1956-1959
3 6 O; 1957-1959
3 7 P; 1956-1959
3 8 E; 1956-1959
S:
3 9 1955-Nov 1957
3 10 Nov 1957-1959, n.d.
3 11 T; 1956-1959
3 12 U; 1956-1959
3 13 V; 1957-1959
3 14 W; 1956-1960
3 15 Y,Z; 1956-1959
3 16 Correspondence: Henry, Carl-General; 1955-1967
Correspondence: Managing Editor
Congregational Merger
3 17 1958-Mar 1959
3 18 Mar-Dec 1959
3 19 n.d.
4 1 McCall Corporation; 1955-1961, n.d.
4 2 Miscellaneous; 1958-1960
National Council of Churches
4 3 1958-Jul 1959
4 4 Aug 1959-1960, n.d.
4 5 Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization; 1958-1959, n.d.
4 6 Correspondence: Murch - Christian Radio Stations; 1956-1957
Correspondence: News Editor
4 7 BGEA; 1956-1969, n.d.
4 8 Busby, Russ; 1960-1966
4 9 Correspondents; 1957-1965, n.d.
4 10 Culver, Ellsworth; 1956
4 11 French, Roderick; 1963
General
4 12 1955-Sep 1959
4 13 Oct 1959-1968, n.d.
4 14 Hatfield, Mark; 1957
4 15 Haymaker, Willis; 1960-1965
4 16 Herendeen, Dale; 1965-1969
4 17 Johnson, James L; 1958
4 18 McClure, Don; 1956, n.d.
4 19 Mooneyham, Stanley; 1963-1965, n.d.
4 20 Ockenga, Harold John; 1958-1959, n.d.
4 21 Ordell, Don; 1955-1957, n.d.
4 22 Orr, Edwin; 1956-1964, n.d.
4 23 Ostling, Richard; 1963-1970, n.d.
4 24 Phillips, John; 1964-1966, n.d.
4 25 Reynolds, J. Berkeley; 1966-1967, n.d.
Correspondence: News Editor
4 26 Roberts, Oral; 1965-1967
4 27 Smyth, Walter; 1964-1966
4 28 Talbot, David; 1965-1966
4 29 Taylor, G. Aiken; 1961-1964
4 30 Taylor, Clyde; 1955-1967
4 31 Ten Boom, Corrie; 1965
Theological Symposium
4 32 1958: Participants; 1958, n.d.
4 33 1959: 1959, n.d.
4 34 1960: 1960, n.d.
5 1 1961: 1961, n.d.
5 2 1962: Participants; 1962, n.d.
5 3 1963: Participants; 1963, n.d.
5 4 1964: Participants; 1964, n.d.
5 5 1965: Participants; 1965-1966, n.d.
5 6 Van Der Puy, Abe; 1958-1966, n.d.
5 7 Wilson, George; 1961-1966
5 8 Wilson, T.W.; 1966-1967
5 9 Wirt, Sherwood; 1958-1969
5 10 Zavitz, Larry; 1961-1965
16 32 Correspondence: Publisher - London Office; 1963-1965
13 3 Dr. L. Nelson Bell Scrapbook; 1973
5 11 Freedom's Foundation Material; 1957-1958, n.d.
I.C.O.W.E. Continuation Committee Materials
21 19 Correspondence; 1974-1975
21 20 Minutes; 1974-1975
21 21 Miscellaneous; 1975, n.d.
21 22 Reports; 1974-1975, n.d.
5 12 Internal Revenue Papers; 1957-1958, n.d.
Inter-Office Memos
5 13 1958-Oct 1959
5 14 Nov 1959-1961
Key '73
7 1 A Commentary on the Development of '73; ca. 1972
7 2 Central Committee Minutes; 1970-1974
Correspondence
7 3 Key Bridge Consultations; 1969-1970, n.d.
7 4 Key Bridge Consultation I (Background); 1967-1968, n.d.
7 5 Key Bridge Consultation I - Henry, Carl; 1967-1968, n.d.
7 6 Key Bridge Consultation II; 1967, n.d.
7 7 Key Bridge Consultation III; 1967-1968, n.d.
7 8 Key Bridge Consultation IV; 1968, n.d.
7 9 Key Bridge Consultation V; 1968-1969, n.d.
7 10 Key Bridge Consultation VI-VIII; 1969-1970
7 11 Miscellaneous; 1972-1973
7 12 Response to the Editorial Somehow, Let's Get Together; 1967
7 13 Editorials and News Stories from Christianity Today; 1967-1972
7 14 Filmstrip Explanatory Material; n.d.
7 15 Jewish Response; 1973
7 16 Key '73 Congregational Resource Book; n.d.
8 1 Key '73 Fund Materials; 1971-1974, n.d.
8 2 Key '73 Resource Book; ca. 1973
8 3 Mass Media Task Force Minutes; 1972-1973
8 4 Miscellaneous Materials; 1970-1973, n.d.
8 5 News Releases; 1972-1973
8 6 Newsletters; 1972-1973
8 7 Newspaper Articles; 1970-1974, n.d.
8 8 Speciality Items; ca. 1973
5 15 List of Payments to News Correspondents; 1961-1967, n.d.
Manuscript
21 23 Christ, the Christian Man, the Community and Our Unhappy Church, by Deane Baker; 1970
21 24 Christianity and the Environmental Crisis; n.d.
21 25 Contemporary Sexual Morality and the Church; by Lewis Bird-Reilly; n.d.
21 26 The Future of Christianity in China, by George Patterson; 1968
21 27 How (Well) Do You Support Your Pastor?, by Harold Boehmke; 1971
21 28 Liberated Mothers, by Mary Bouma; 1971
21 29 Our Violent Affluence: the Environmental Tragedy, by Carl Reidel; 1970
21 30 Thee, Thou and All That, by A.W. Blackwood; n.d.
21 31 Tolerance and Truth, by William S. Banowsky; 1967
21 32 What the Church Should Do For Modern Man; by William R. Barnhart; 1969
5 16 n.d.
Manuscript Rejections
5 17 1958-Mar 1960
5 18 Mar 1960-1961
Newspaper Clippings
5 19 1956, n.d.
21 33 1958-1977
5 20 Objective and Policy Papers; n.d.
5 21 Office Lease; 1960
Personnel Records
5 22 Applications for Business Manager; 1956-1959, n.d.
5 23 Bateman, Carolyn; 1961
5 24 Bell, Nelson; n.d.
5 25 Burcaw, Clari C.; 1958-1959
5 26 Claus, Charles; 1956-1959, n.d.
5 27 General Office; 1956-1958, n.d.
5 28 Henry, Carl; 1957-1960, n.d.
5 29 Hughes, Philip E.; 1960
5 30 Kik, J. Marcellus; 1956-1961
5 31 Murch, James DeForest; 1958-1961, n.d.
5 32 Staff Responsibilities; 1957-1960, n.d.
5 33 Ward, Larry; 1956, n.d.
Press Releases
5 34 1956-Mar 1962
6 1 Apr 1962-Mar 1964
6 2 Jun-Dec 1964, n.d.
6 3 Report of the Editor; 1959-1962
6 4 Southern Presbyterian Journal; 1956, n.d.
16 33 Statements of Purpose; 1956-1970
6 5 Survey of Editorial Hiring Practices; 1965, n.d.
6 6 Survey of State Laws on Bible Reading and Prayers in Public Schools; 1959-1960, n.d.
6 7 Survey of Missionary Motivation and Training; 1957
6 8 Washington Journalism Center Internship; 1966-1967, n.d.
World Congress on Evangelism, Berlin, 1966: Correspondence
6 9 Henry; 1965-1967, n.d.
6 10 Kucharsky; 1965-1967
6 11 Mooneyham; 1964-1967, n.d.
6 12 Re: McIntire-Wurmbrand Controversy; 1966-1967
6 13 Stricklin; 1965-1967
6 14 Congress Bulletin Instant Reports 1-10; 1966
6 15 Delegate Statistics; 1965-1966, n.d.
6 16 General Information; 1966, n.d.
6 17 Hymn Contest; 1965-1966, n.d.
6 18 Inter-Office Memos; 1964-1966, n.d.
6 19 Miscellaneous Reactions; 1966-1967, n.d.
6 20 Papers Given At Congress; n.d.
6 21 Prayer Bulletings; 1966
6 22 Press Invitations and Accreditations; 1965-1966, n.d.
6 23 Press Releases; 1965-1966, n.d.
6 24 Press Room Data; 1965-1966, n.d.
6 25 Program Scheduling Papers; 1965-1966, n.d.
6 26 Radio Spots; n.d.
6 27 Reportage of the Congress; 1966-1967, n.d.
6 28 Transportation and Room Information; 1966, n.d.
6 29 The Why Generation; 1966
14 3 World Congress on Evangelism, Berlin, 1966: Scrapbook; 1964-1967
World Council of Churches, Nairobi Assembly Materials
21 34 Addresses; 1975
21 35 Miscellaneous; 1975
21 36 Notes; n.d.
21 37 Plenary Documents; 1975
21 38 Press Clippings; 1975
21 39 Press Releases; 1975
21 40 Publications; 1975
21 41 Section I Reports; 1975
Box Folders First Folder/Last Folder Dates
II. CTI Administration
27R 10 President's Correspondence-A / President's Correspondence-Brown, J. Duncan 1980-1990
28R 7 President's Correspondence-C / President's Correspondence-E 1980-1988
29R 8 President's Correspondence-Esty, Fred Russel / President's Correspondence-Graham, Billy 1978-1992
30R 10 President's Correspondence-H / President's Correspondence-Jarman, Maxey 1980-1991
31R 7 President's Correspondence-K / President's Correspondence-Moll, Theo 1976-1992
32R 7 President's Correspondence-O / President's Correspondence-R 1956-1996
33R 6 President's Correspondence-R / President's Correspondence-S 1974-1991
34R 9 President's Correspondence-S / President's Correspondence-W 1976-1992
35R 9 President's Correspondence-W / President's Memos 1978-1992
36R 13 Chief Operating Officer: Correspondence-A / Chief Operating Officer Correspondence-L 1977-1994
37R 7 Chief Operating Officer: Correspondence-M / Chief Operating Officer-T 1981-1993
38R 9 Chief Operating Officer: Correspondence-V / Senior Vice President: Correspondence-M-T 1978-1993
39 3 Contracts and Agreements / Copyrights 1966-1986
40 5 Copyrights-YFC / Quarterly Report 1951-1985
41 3 Quarterly Reports / Reports; YFC 1957-1987
III. Individual Publications
A. Christianity Today
42 15 CT: Administration Editor: Correspondence: H / CT: Associate Editor: Correspondence 1977-1989
43 6 CT: Associate Editor: Correspondence: H / CT: Associate Editor: Correspondence: J-P 1984-1986
44 3 CT: Associate Editor: P-W / CT: Associate Editor: Correspondence: A-J 1985-1987
45 9 CT: Associate Editor: Correspondence: K-R / CT: Editor Correspondence: Frady Review 1978-1989
46 6 CT: Editor Correspondence: Frady Review / CT: Editor Correspondence: A-M 1979-1982
47 5 CT: Editor Correspondence: N-Y / CT: Editorial Department 1981-1988
48 4 CT: Editorial Department / Executive Editor; A-H 1984-1987
49 6 CT: Executive Editor: Correspondence: J-W / Executive Editor Correspondence: A-G 1987-1989
50 6 CT: Executive Editor: Correspondence: H-M / CT: Institutional Editor: Correspondence: A-G 1986-1989
51 4 CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence; A-B / CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence; J-N 1978-1982
52 4 CT: Magazine Editorial: Correspondence: A-Z / CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence; A-Z 1978-1989
53 5 CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: A-C / CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: B-E 1982
54R 6 CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: E-G / CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: A-G 1982-1986
55 5 CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: H-L / CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: A-J 1986-1987
56 11 CT: Managing Editor: Correspondence: K-N / CT: Miscellaneous: Correspondence 1961-1988
57 5 CT: National Editor: Correspondence; A-F / News Editors: Correspondence 1975-1985
58 4 CT: News Editor: Correspondence / CT: News Editor: Correspondence 1980-1984
59 9 CT: News Editor Correspondence / CT: Reader's Correspondence 1984-1991
60 7 CT: Reader's Correspondence / CT: Reader's Correspondence 1991-1992
61 5 CT: Reader's Correspondence / CT: Reader's Correspondence 1992
62 7 CT: Religion Editor / CT: Senior Associate Editor; J-Z 1983-1989
63 7 CT: Senior Associate Editor: Correspondence: A-H / CT: Washington Correspondent 1988-1989
B. Campus Life
64 7 Campus Life: Correspondence: Book of the Year / Campus Life: Editor: Correspondence 1973-1985
C. Leadership
64 1 Leadership: Correspondence: A-B 1980-1981
65 8 Leadership: Correspondence: D-E / Leadership: Correspondence: R 1980-1981
66 6 Leadership: Correspondence: Senior Editor Position / Leadership: Correspondence: C 1981-1982
67 8 Leadership: Correspondence: D-F / Leadership: Correspondence: N-P 1982
68 7 Leadership: Correspondence: R / Leadership: Correspondence: B 1982-1983
69 7 Leadership: Correspondence: C / Leadership: Correspondence: K 1983
70 6 Leadership: Correspondence: L / Leadership: Correspondence: C 1983
71 6 Leadership: Correspondence: S / Leadership: Correspondence: C 1983-1984
72 5 Leadership: Correspondence: D-E / Leadership: Correspondence: I-K 1984
73 7 Leadership: Correspondence: L / Leadership: Correspondence: S 1984
74 5 Leadership: Correspondence: T-V / Leadership: Correspondence: C 1984-1986
75 6 Leadership: Correspondence: D / Leadership: Correspondence: J 1985-1986
76 8 Leadership: Correspondence: K / Leadership: Correspondence: R 1985-1986
100 5 Leadership: Correspondence: S / Leadership: Correspondence: Y-Z 1985-1986
77 5 Leadership: Correspondence: A-B / Leadership: Correspondence: I-L 1987
78 5 Leadership: Correspondence: M-N / Leadership: Correspondence: T-V 1987
79 9 Leadership: Correspondence: W-Z / Leadership: Correspondence: C 1987-1989
80 7 Leadership: Correspondence: D-F / Leadership: Correspondence: R-S 1989
81 7 Leadership: Correspondence: S / Manuscript Rejections 1989
82 9 Manuscript Rejections / Leadership: Correspondence: S-Z 1989-1992
83R 6 Leadership: Correspondence: A-G / Leadership: Correspondence: T-Z 1993
84R 4 Leadership: Correspondence: Handbooks / Leadership: Correspondence: Illustrations 1993-1994
85R 6 Manuscript Rejections / Manuscript Rejections 1993-1994
D. Leadership 100
86 7 Leadership 100: Correspondence: A-B / Leadership 100: Correspondence: G 1982-1983
87 6 Leadership 100: Correspondence: H / Leadership 100: Correspondence: N-O 1982-1983
88 7 Leadership 100: Correspondence: P / Leadership 100: Correspondence: W-Z 1982-1983
E. Partnership
89 8 Partnership: Correspondence: A-B / Partnership: Correspondence: V-Z 1983
90 6 Partnership: Correspondence: A / Partnership: Correspondence: J-K 1984
91 5 Partnership: Correspondence: L / Partnership: Correspondence: T-Z 1984
92 4 Partnership: Correspondence: A / Partnership: Correspondence: C 1984-1986
93 5 Partnership: Correspondence: D / Partnership: Correspondence: H 1984-1986
94 5 Partnership: Correspondence: H / Partnership: Correspondence: Diane Langberg 1984-1986
95 7 Partnership: Correspondence: M / Partnership: Correspondence: S 1984-1986
96 5 Partnership: Correspondence: S / Partnership: Correspondence: W-Z 1984-1986
F. Preaching Today
97 9 Preaching Today: Correspondence: A-G / Preaching Today: Correspondence: P-Z 1983-1989
98R 9 Preaching Today: Correspondence: A-B / Preaching Today: Correspondence: T-Z 1992-1993
G. Your Church
98R 9 Your Church: Correspondence: A-C / Your Church: Correspondence: J-M 1992-1993
99R 3 Your Church: Correspondence: N-S / Your Church: Line Up 1992-1993






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