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Papers of Harold Lindsell - Collection 192

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Biography of Harold Lindsell

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)
    Series I: Paper Records
      Subseries A: Original Collection 192
      1. Personal Concerns
      2. Inerrancy of Scripture
      3. Christianity Today magazine
      4. Educational Institutions
      5. Correspondents
      6. Organizations
      7. Conferences, Consultations, and Other Events
      8. Subject Files
      Subseries B: Added Material
        Subseries B1: General Correspondence
        Subseries B2: Subject Correspondence
        Subseries B3: Lectures and Sermons

    Series II: Audio Recordings

Lists of Artifacts, Audio Tapes, Books, Filmstrips, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Periodicals, Phonograph Records, Photo Albums, Photographs, and Slides in This Collection (Location Records)
    Artifacts
    Audio Tapes
    Film Strips
    Negatives
    Oversize Materials
    Phonograph Records
    Photographs
    Slides
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)

Series I: Paper Records
    Subseries A: Original Collection 192
    Subseries B: Added Material
      Subseries B1: General Correspondence
      Subseries B2: Subject Correspondence
      Subseries B3: Lectures and Sermons






Brief Description.
Correspondence, research data, and writings documenting the multifaceted interests of Lindsell, dating primarily from his becoming Associate Editor of Christianity Today magazine in 1964. Considerable information on: Christianity Today, Wheaton College, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and research on the inerrancy of Scripture. There are restrictions on the use of this collection. For more information, please see guide.
Vol: 10 Boxes, 124 Audio Tapes, Filmstrip, Oversize Materials, Phonograph Records, Photographs, Slides




Collection 192
[May 6, 2013]
Lindsell, Harold; 1913-1998
Papers; 1938-1994

40 Boxes (10 RC, 30 DC); Artifacts, Audio Tapes, Filmstrip, Negatives, Oversize Material, Phonograph Records, Photographs, Slides (26.22 cubic feet)

Correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, manuscripts, and other materials documenting the career and life of Lindsell as a theologian, author, speaker and editor, dating primarily from his becoming Associate Editor of Christianity Today magazine in 1964. Considerable information on: Christianity Today, Wheaton College, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Westmont College, the Simon Greenleaf School of Law, and research on the inerrancy of Scripture. There are restrictions on the use of this collection.

Restrictions
The following folders are restricted from research until after the death of Dr. Billy Graham:
3-1 , 3-12, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4, 28-3

The following folders are restricted from research until January 15, 2019:
34-7, 34-8, 34-9

The files of the BGC Board listed below are closed to everyone for fifty (50) years from the date of the youngest document in the file, except for researchers with written permission from the President of Wheaton College. Forms to request permission are available from the BGC Archives staff:
9-31, 9-32, 9-33, 10-1, 10-2, 10-4


Biography

Full name

Harold Lindsell

Birth

New York City on December 22, 1913

Death

January 15, 1998, after a long illness.

Family

 

Parents

Leonard Anthony and Ella Briggs (Harris) Lindsell

 

Marital Status

Married Marion Joanne Bolinder on June 12, 1943. In 1982, Dr. and Mrs. Lindsell resided in Laguna Hills, California.

 

Children

Judith Ann (born 1944, married William C. Wood), Joanne Marjorie (born 1946, married 1. David Buffam, 2. Robert E. Webber), Nancy Jean (born 1949, married Daniel Lee Sharp), and John Harold (born 1952, married Stephanie Larson)

Conversion

1925

Ordination

Through his own study, he concluded that his personal beliefs were most in keeping with the Baptist tradition, and he was ordained to the pastorate by the First Baptist Church (Southern Baptist Convention), Columbia, S.C., in 1944.

Education

 

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Grammar school and secondary education in the New York City public school system

 

1938

B.S., Wheaton College (summa cum laude)

 

1939

A.M., University of California, Berkeley

 

1942

Ph.D., New York University (some of his graduate work was dome at Harvard University)

 

1964

 Doctor of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary

Career

 

1942-1944

Professor of church history and missions at Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina, where he also served as registrar

 

1944-1947

Professor of church history at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Illinois

 

1947-1964

Professor of missions, Dean of the Faculty, and Vice President of Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California

 

1964-1967

Associate Editor of Christianity Today magazine

 

1967-1968

Professor of Bible, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois

  1968-1993 Member of the Board of Directors of Christianity Today, Inc.

 

1969-1978

Editor of Christianity Today magazine

  1969-1988 Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  1969-? Member of the Board of Trustees of Westmont College

 

 

After retiring as editor of Christianity Today, Lindsell continued to write and served as guest lecturer and speaker on numerous occasions

 

1983-1989

Professor of apologetics, Simon Greenleaf School of Law; director of the Master's program, 1984-1989

Other significant information

Was raised in the Presbyterian Church

Lindsell served as director of the Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship, Inc., and was a member of several professional organizations, including the American Historical Association, American Society of Church History, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, National Association of Evangelicals, and the Evangelical Theological Society. He was a trustee for Wheaton College, Westmont College, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Luther Rice Seminary,Outreach, Inc., and Christianity Today

He was a friend and advisor of Billy Graham's from almost the start of the latter's ministry. He served on the executive committee planning the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization held in Lausanne, Swizerland.

His first book, a novel, Abundantly Above, was published in 1944. The years that followed saw the publication of nearly twenty books which he either authored, co-authored or edited. Included, among others, were A Christian Philosophy of Missions (1949, revised 1970); Park Street Prophet, a biography of Harold John Ockenga (1951); Missionary Principles and Practice (1955); Harper Study Bible (1963); Christianity and the Cults (1963); The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1973); The Battle for the Bible (1976) and its sequel The Bible in the Balance (1979); The Gathering Storm, concerning the second coming of Christ (1981); the Lindsell Study Bible (1981); Free Enterprise: A Judeo-Christian Defense (1982); The Holy Spirit in the Later Days (1983); and The New Paganism (1987). His book The Battle for the Bible, in which he defended Scriptural inerrancy against evangelicals whom he claimed were turning from a literal interpretation of the Bible, sparked considerable controversy in the evangelical community, and it was partially from this controversy that the sequel was written. Lindsell also authored numerous magazine and journal articles.




Scope and Content

[NOTE: In the scope and content description, the notation "Folder 4-8" means Box 4, Folder 8.]

Series: I. Paper Records
Subseries: A. Originial Collection 192 B.Added Material
Arrangement: Chronilogical, alphabetical
Date Range: 1941-1994
Volume: 23.9 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-40
Notes: This collection consists of correspondence, research data and writings which document Lindsell's wide interests, starting primarily from the time of his appointment as Associate Editor for Christianity Today until 1994. The Lindsell papers in general contain rich commentary on a myriad of late-twentieth century evangelical interests, particularly concerning debates over Biblical inerrancy.

The bulk of the collection is in two series, created by the archivists. The first series consists of all the paper materials in the collection when it was first processed in 1981. The second series consists of all the materials added in 2006. Material in the second series is described much less intensively, in line with the Archives’ changing processing standards. There is a third series of audio materials.

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Subseries: A. Original Collection 192
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Date Range: 1943-1981
Volume: 10.5 cubic feet
Boxes: 1-10
Geographic coverage: Primarily USA, but many materials from other countries
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, minutes, newsletters
Subjects: Biblical inerrancy, American Protestantism, especially Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism, Billy Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Christianity Today magazine, Wheaton College, Fuller Theological Seminary, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Notes: The following descriptive material for this series is taken from the original guide, which analyzed the material according to eight subject areas defined by the archivist:

1. Personal concerns
There is only one folder (Folder 7-28) which is titled as Lindsell's personal life. The span of its time (1947-64) matches his tenure at Fuller Theological Seminary. It contains correspondence with financially floundering "Sacred Records" for whom Lindsell recorded several 16 r.p.m. phonograph educational discs (see phonographs #P1 through P11); material concerning Lindsell's move from Fuller to CT in 1964; and family matters; and correspondence with Fuller professor Gleason Archer (later a professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School), the Homer Rodeheaver Co., and author Russell T. Hitt (later editor of Eternity) who sought Lindsell to become the president of Bryan University in 1955. Two folders covering the Lindsell's travel experiences also include broader concerns: Folder 9-24, "Taiwan Trip, 1977" has information about religious freedom in Taiwan, and U.S. relations with mainland China and Taiwan, as well as Correspondence with Chinese for Christ, Inc., the World Anti-Communist League, Soochow University, and China Evangelical Seminary. A folder (Folder 5-14) concerning the Lindsell's trip to the Holy Land in 1975 includes correspondence with the American Mission to the Greeks.

Lindsell's career as a professor is briefly documented in a series of folders (Folders 4-16 to 4-21) concerning several courses which he taught at Fuller Theological Seminary. Tapes #T13 through T17 are class lectures delivered at Fuller and at Wheaton College. Speeches given by Lindsell (Folders 8-1 and 8-2) are on the topics of ecumenism, "The Suicide of Man," ICOWE at Lausanne, humanism, America, education, spiritual gifts, and a dedication at Bethel Theological Seminary in 1970. Also extant is an address entitled "Moving into the 70's with Christ" and another by Kenneth Kantzer (Lindsell's successor as editor of CT) on Roman Catholicism. See also the tape separation record in this guide for Lindsell speeches, sermons and addresses.

Lindsell as an author of books is the subject of several files. Folders 4-14, 4-34 and 6-7 contain publicity, promotional pieces, and reader reaction to the Harper Study Bible, published by Harper and Row in 1964, and reissued by Zondervan in 1977. The Lindsell Study Bible, in which Lindsell wrote notes and commentary to the Living Bible, was published by Tyndale in 1981; see Folders 8-4 through 8-14. This set of material is incomplete. These folders are apparently a remnant of what must have been a much larger file of documentation. Introductions are complete; outlines exist only for the Old Testament, Luke and John; cross references are minimal; the New Testament texts (photostated pages from the Living Bible cut up and interspersed with Lindsell's headings) are incomplete. As with the exception of Folder 8-4 (correspondence), the information is more readily found in a copy of the Lindsell Study Bible itself, this is not a serious flaw in the collection. Folders 4-36 and 4-37 contain a typescript of The Gathering Storm (published by Tyndale in 1981) plus notes and annotated articles used by Lindsell in research. Correspondence about, and two drafts of, A Christian in Defense of Free Enterprise are in Folders 2-14 and 2-15; this book was published under the title Socialism vs. Free Enterprise: Which? Research which Lindsell pursued on the subject of free enterprise is documented in Folders 4-31, 4-32 and 4-33. The typescript of an unpublished novel by Lindsell is in Folder 8-3. Folder 3-6 contains a manuscript by Lindsell on the topic of church growth and contemporary social problems; Folders 3-7 and 3-8 contain lectures which Lindsell delivered to the Institute of Church Growth in 1966. Discussion of Lindsell's books The Battle for the Bible and The Bible in The Balance follows below in this guide, pages 7 through 12.

Numerous published and unpublished article drafts are in Folders 7-22, 7-25 and 7-29. Some of the titles of these are:"The Suicide of Man", "Universalism Today", "A Historian Looks at Inerrancy", "The Importance of a Missionary-Minded Pastor", "Robert Browning and Religion", "Biblical Basis of Missions and Evangelism", "What Wheaton College Did for Me", "The Day that Changed My Life" (his decision to attend Wheaton), "What Constitutes a Missionary Call" (includes critique by Robert C. McQuilkin), "Evangelism for the Next Ten Years", "The Educated Christian", "A Christian Philosophy of Missions"

Other topics include the Consultation on Church Union, also known as the Church of Christ Uniting (COCU), religion in India, church growth, the World Council of Churches, Fuller Seminary and the history of missions. Extant published articles appeared in CT, Child Evangelism, Eternity, Moody Monthly, Southern Presbyterian Journal, and United Evangelical Action. Folder 7-29 includes an abridgement of Lindsell's Ph.D. dissertation, dated 1943. A series of ten lessons in Ephesians, prepared by Lindsell "for Dr. Graham" is in Folder 7-24. Folder 7-23 contains book reviews by Lindsell; Folder 9-13 has sheet music for two songs, text by Lindsell, music by H. Leland Green.

2. Inerrancy of Scripture
One-quarter of the manuscripts in this collection is involved with Lindsell's research, study and authorship on the topic of inerrancy. A glance at the box-folder listing for Folders 1-8 through 2-6, and 6-10 through 7-13 reveals the breakdown of this material into secondary subjects. This research pursued by Lindsell culminated in publication of The Battle for the Bible, hereafter, Battle (1976; see typescript draft with manuscript annotations in Folder 1-11) and a sequel volume, The Bible in the Balance, hereafter, Balance (1979; see notes and draft sections in Folders 2-1 and 2-2, and typescripts in 2-5 and 2-6). Both books discussed what Lindsell saw as the growing move away from belief in an inerrant Scripture in the evangelical world, zeroing in particularly on the Southern Baptist Convention, Lutheran Church -- Missouri Synod and Fuller Theological Seminary. To a lesser extent, the Evangelical Covenant Church, the Christian Reformed Church and some parachurch groups (such as the Evangelical Theological Society, the National Association of Evangelicals and Young Life Institute) were also discussed. In addition, the personal beliefs concerning inerrancy as held by many leaders in the evangelical milieu were considered including, among others; Gleason L. Archer, professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Deerfield, Illinois); Dewey N. Beegle, professor at Wesley Theological Seminary (Washington, D.C.); G.C. Berkhouwer, professor at the Free University of Amsterdam; F.F. Bruce, theologian; James Daane, professor at Fuller Seminary and co-editor of The Reformed Journal; Donald Dayton, professor at North Park Seminary (Chicago); Lester DeKoster, editor of The Banner; Charles E. Fuller, noted evangelist and founder of Fuller Seminary; Daniel P. Fuller, Charles' son and a professor at the Seminary; Carl F. H. Henry, former editor of CT; David A. Hubbard, president of Fuller Seminary; Paul K. Jewett, professor at Fuller Seminary; Duke McCall, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, Kentucky); Robert Mounce, former professor at Bethel College (St. Paul, Minnesota) and professor at Western Kentucky University; Dale Moody, professor at Southern Baptist Seminary; Clark Pinnock, professor at McMaster Divinity College (Hamilton, Ontario); Richard Quebedeaux, writer; Bernard Ramm, professor at Western Baptist Theological Seminary; Jack Rogers, professor at Fuller Theological Seminary; and Paul H. Seely.

Both books brought kudos and denunciations from many sectors, especially those churches, organizations and individuals mentioned above. Many of the folders on inerrancy contain a mixture of research notes, reader critiques and correspondence. Below is a capsule description of the contents of most of the folders concerning some aspect of inerrancy.

Folder 1-7. Inerrancy as championed by the Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship of which Lindsell was president. Includes correspondence with and copies of the Southern Baptist Journal, William Audrey Powell, Sr., editor.
Folder 1-8. Lester DeKoster's debate on biblical inerrancy with Lindsell in Kalamazoo, 1977; correspondence revealing Christian Reformed Church opinion; correspondence with Edwin H. Palmer, executive secretary of the New International Version Scripture Translation Committee. See also #T3, Audio Tape Location Record.

Folder 1-9. Correspondence with Francis Schaeffer; letter from C. Rene Padilla explaining his political stance vis-a-vis Marxism; letter from Zondervan accepting publication of Battle.

Folder 1-10. Don Dayton's reviews of Battle; correspondence about a statement in the book to which the Covenant Church objected.

Folder 1-12. Reactions of Fuller Theological Seminary faculty to Battle, especially David Hubbard and Paul Jewett.

Folder 1-13. Includes a 1980 article by The Wittenburg Door and letters from: Hudson T. Armerding of Wheaton College, Dewey M. Beegle of Wesley Theological Seminary, Ralph A. Bohlmann of Concordia Seminary, James M. Boice of 10th Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Robert K. DeVries of Zondervan Publishing House, Herbert Henry Ehrenstein, M. A. Henderson of Gideons International, Carl F. H. Henry of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Roger A. Lier of Gordon-Conwell Divinity School, J. Robertson McQuilkin of Columbia Bible College, Stephen F. Olford of Encounter Ministries, Inc., William A. Powell of Southern Baptist Journal, Bernard Ramm of Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Richard H. Seume of Dallas Theological Seminary, G. Aitken Taylor of The Presbyterian Journal, Edwin R. Thiele of Andrews University (Berrian Springs, Michigan), J. Christy Wilson, Jr. of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, John Zens of Baptist Reformation Review, Thomas F. Zimmerman of the Assemblies of God, Pat J. Zondervan of Singspiration Music

Folder 1-14. Background notes for Southern Baptist Convention chapter of Battle; writings by William Edward Hull, Dean of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Folder 1-15. Young Life Institute's assessment of Battle.

Folder 2-3. Correspondence with David Otis Fuller, of "Which Bible? Society" championing the KJV, and with Zondervan Publishing House.

Folder 2-4. 1964 letter from Charles E. Fuller regarding inerrancy; correspondence with Gordon Landreth (Evangelical Alliance), Gilbert W. Kirby (London Bible College), Paul Jewett and David Hubbard, all stating personal theological views; questions on the ethics of human sexuality.

Folder 4-5. Correspondence with Robert L. Hymers concerning the "Committee to promote Faith in the Bible"; First Annual Rally for the Bible, 1980; Second Annual Rally for the Bible, 1981; Correspondence with Carl F. H. Henry, C. Davis Weyerhauser, and the Wittenburg Door.

Folder 4-12. Correspondence from Mervin Stiles, an authority on Israelite history, who provided Lindsell with material on inerrancy.

Folders 6-3, 6-4. Billy Graham's review of Battle; correspondence regarding Battle, Balance and inerrancy.

Folder 6-10. Xeroxes of Anglican documents; notes.

Folder 6-11. Letter from Charles E. Fuller (1962) discussing inspiration; material regarding Evangelical Covenant Church, Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod; Fuller Seminary; Daniel Fuller and Clark Pinnock.

Folder 6-12. Correspondence with Harold J. Ockenga and W. Maxey Jarman, with critiques of Battle from each; correspondence from Don Dayton, Robert H. Mounce, Edwin Thiele, Mervin Stiles, Carl Henry, and many other readers of Battle.

Folder 6-13. Information about Immanuel Velikovsky; correspondence with Gleason Archer, Robert H. Mounce, David A. Hubbard, W. Maxey Jarman, and Francis Schaeffer.

Folder 6-14. Missouri Baptist Convention, Southern Baptist Convention, reader correspondence concerning Balance; Wheaton College guidelines for acceptable drama; correspondence regarding Billy Graham leaning favorably toward Charismatics and Catholics; W. Maxey Jarman, Church League of America. Includes copy of the 1980 Wittenburg Door issue featuring interviews with Lindsell and Fuller professor Jack Rogers.

Folder 6-15. Correspondence with Asbury faculty concerning inerrancy; photostats and copies of articles.

Folder 6-16. William Barclay's views on Christ's deity and universalism; others' views on the same.

Folder 6-17. All CT correspondence with Berkhouwer, 1956-72, original folder title: "Berkhouwer, G.C., Contributing Editor." Includes letters from a student, John M. Batteaux, calling Berkhouwer's views into question. (See also Folder 7-4.)

Folders 6-18, 6-19. Correspondence with Carl Lundquist, president of Bethel College and Theological Seminary, and with Millard Erickson, professor at Bethel Theological Seminary; Bethel Seminary's stance on inerrancy, especially Professor Clarence B. Bass.

Folder 6-20. Correspondence with several faculty and administration members, especially Daniel P. Fuller; correspondence about Fuller Seminary by outsiders; Wilbur M. Smith's resignation from the faculty, 1963; Lindsell letter, 1970, alluding to book he might write on inerrancy; correspondence with Wayne Grudem, Fuller student who transferred to Westminster in 1971 because of Fuller's inerrancy stance.

Folder 6-22. Lutheran reaction to Battle; split in Missouri Synod; correspondence from "Lutherans Concerned," a group for gay Lutherans.

Folder 6-23. Includes booklets by Martin E. Marty, professor history at the University of Chicago, and Paul G. Bretscher, Lutheran pastor; articles by Marcus R. Braun, Lutheran layman; and material on the Missouri Synod split.

Folder 6-25. C. S. Lewis' letter to Clyde Kilby on inspiration, 1959, quoted; correspondence from Harold Ockenga, Cyrus N. Nelson (Gospel Light Publications), Hudson Armerding, J. Robertson McQuilkin, Donald E. Anderson (editor, The Standard). Discussion of Bethel Seminary.

Folder 7-1. Pentecostal views on inerrancy were hardly touched upon in Battle, but were given attention in Balance.

Folder 7-4. Paul H. Seely's views on inerrancy as expressed by himself and by John M. Batteaux (see also Folder 6-17).

Folders 7-5, 7-6, 7-7. Correspondence with many Southern Baptist Convention pastors; election of Lindsell as SBC president, 1978; myriad of issues affecting SBC; inerrancy opinions of Dale Moody and Duke McCall (Southern Baptist Seminary, and of William M. Pinson, Jr. (president, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary).

Folder 7-8. Correspondence with Edwin Thiele, a Biblical history scholar; inerrancy views of Thiele and Dewey Beegle. Also, correspondence from Mervin Stiles.

Folder 7-9. Includes United Presbyterian's views on inerrancy, ordination of women, and homosexuality.

Folder 7-10. Concerns a "Seminar on the Authority of Scripture" held at Gordon Seminary at Wenham, Mass., in 1966. Presided over by Harold J. Ockenga.

Folder 7-11. Fuller Seminary's inerrancy position. Correspondence with Weyerhauser, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

Folders 7-12, 7-13 Correspondence concerning matters before the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, founded in 1977, Jay Grimstead, and later James M. Boice, executive director.

Folder 7-14. Material concerning Paul Jewett's 1975 book, Man as Male and Female, which was discussed by Lindsell in both Battle and Balance.

Folder 8-15. Inerrancy research by a professor at Gordon-Conwell.

Folder 8-16. A pre-convention event for the 1970 meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, "an exhaustive scrutiny of the Bible and its relationship to Southern Baptists."

Folder 9-15. National Association of Evangelicals' statement of faith regarding inerrancy; Hudson Armerding's review of Battle.

Folder 9-16. Typescript of elaborate syllabus by David A. Hubbard and Robert B. Laurin, of a course taught at Westmont College, undated. This syllabus was referred to in both Battle and Balance.

Folder 9-18. Correspondence regarding Richard Quebedeaux's inerrancy position and his book The Evangelicals Today.

The general topic of inerrancy and the inspiration of Scripture is covered in the following tapes (see Audio Tape Location Record in this guide for descriptions): #T3, T5, T9, T9, T11, T18, T19, T20, T21, T25, T69, T70, T71.

3. Christianity Today magazine
From 1964 to 1978, Harold Lindsell was associate editor and later editor of CT magazine, except for one year, 1967-68, when he taught at Wheaton College. Lindsell was, however, involved with CT from its inception in 1956. Folders 6-2, 6-3 and 6-4 contain information about Billy Graham's role in the founding of the magazine and continued interest throughout the years. The series of folders from Folders 2-18 to 3-5 all concern CT; see box-folder list. Some of the subjects covered in these files are:

Folder 2-18. Ideas for articles/future issues; 1976 readership survey; prospective authors - list and editorial assessment of suitability for CT.

Folder 2-20. Search for editor to succeed Lindsell; letter from Michael Ford (student at Gordon-Conwell, and son of Gerald R. Ford) declining to be interviewed by CT.

Folder 2-23. Correspondence with Carl F. H. Henry (editor), Dave Kucharsky (associate editor), Wilbur Benedict (publisher), and L. Nelson Bell (co-founder), all of CT; Lindsell's appointment to the editorship; an article about CT in Carl McIntire's Christian Beacon.

Folder 2-24. Correspondence regarding editorials; Donald McGavran's critique of an editorial.

Folder 2-27. Correspondence regarding 1978 issues of CT; a submitted manuscript by John Lewis Gilmore, "George Whitefield, the Student."

Folder 2-28. Documentation about CT's London office, 1959-62.

Folder 2-30. CT finances; Billy Graham's 1977 Philippines Crusade; a Gallup Poll; proposal for a CT daughter publication, Christian Life, submitted to Billy Graham.

Folder 2-32. Appointment of Kenneth Kantzer as new editor in 1977; dossiers on other candidates. (See also Folder 7-16, concerning a course Kantzer taught at Wheaton College, ca. 1961, with outlines, syllabus, and notes taken by student William C. Wood, later Lindsell's son-in-law.)

Folder 2-34. A CT/Billy Graham Center co-sponsored pastor's conference, 1977, including correspondence with Gordon McDonald and other participants.

Folder 3-1. CT's decision to move from Washington, D.C. to Carol Stream, Illinois, with pros and cons discussed. Includes correspondence with Billy Graham on the topic.

Harold Lindsell's decision to leave the faculty of Fuller Seminary and accept associate editorship of CT is documented in Folders 2-22 and 7-27, which include correspondence with CT editor Carl F. H. Henry and co-editor Frank Gaebelein; Harold J. Ockenga; L. Nelson Bell; and Billy Graham. Correspondence also reveals Lindsell's increasing dissatisfaction at Fuller. Also documented are the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and the Sunday School Times magazine. Folder 3-18 includes Nelson Bell's opinion on Lindsell's brief Wheaton professorship, for which he left CT, 1967-68.

Many CT personnel files and files of correspondence with CT executives are in the Lindsell papers, including:

Folder 3-12. L. Nelson Bell, co-founder and executive editor. General correspondence about CT business, missions, Billy Graham's career. Includes Graham's 1958 letter assessing the 1957 New York City Crusade, and the concept of Christians separating themselves from the world.

Folder 3-13. James Montgomery Boice, editorial assistant and assistant editor. Correspondence covering from his first meeting with Carl Henry in 1961 until he became a full-time staff member in 1967, including his summertime employment by CT and graduate study at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

Folder 3-16. Frank E. Farrell, editorial associate and assistant editor. All correspondence between Farrell and Carl Henry 1956-66. Farrell left CT to become editor of Regal Books, Gospel Light Publishing.

Folder 3-19. Frank E. Gaebelein, co-editor. Correspondence with Carl Henry while headmaster at Stony Brook School, Long Island, and inter-office memos after joining CT. Includes correspondence with the Christian Freedom Foundation, unhappy with a Gaebelein editorial; an excellent letter from L. Nelson Bell concerning the church and race problems in Selma, Alabama, in 1965; and correspondence about a Christianity Today story on Ku Klux Klan activities in the South, 1965.

Folder 4-4. Carl F. H. Henry, editor. Letters regarding Lindsell's coming to CT in 1964; many inter-office memos reflecting a myriad of evangelical concerns.

Folder 4-6. J. Marcellus Kik, associate editor. Correspondence with Carl Henry and L. Nelson Bell; much material on the early days of CT - especially choice of building site and putting together a staff.

Folder 4-7. David Kucharsky, news editor, associate editor, managing editor, senior editor. Information about Billy Graham's 1963 Southern California Crusade, Claremont College's attempt to institute a doctoral program, and an alleged marriage of President John F. Kennedy prior to his 1953 wedding to Jacqueline Bouvier.

Folder 2-26. "Gene Kucharsky." Dave Kucharsky's full name was David Eugene Kucharsky. It is not clear why he was known as Dave in one file and Gene in another.

Folder 2-31. Harold Myra, publisher. CT finances; also a paper by Myra entitled, A Theology of Sexual Pleasure.

Folder 4-8. Harold J. Ockenga, board member. CT finances; relations with BGEA.

Folder 2-35. Edward E. Plowman, assistant editor, news editor. Personnel file which includes the text of Norman Vincent Peale's 1970(?) speech about the founding of Guideposts magazine. See also Folder 9-27, regarding the Washington and World Religion Report, of which Plowman was editor-publisher.

Folder 3-3. Don Tinder, assistant editor, book editor, associate editor. Personnel file, including correspondence with California evangelist Robert H. Schuller.

4. Educational Institutions
Harold Lindsell served on several boards of trustees of colleges and seminaries. Folder 2-9 is an eclectic set of board member lists of these schools (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Luther Rice Seminary, Westmont College, and Wheaton College) plus lists for CT and the BGEA. Lindsell's association with the BGEA is documented also in Folders 6-2 through 6-5 and tapes #T26 through #T33; his interest in the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College is shown in Folder 2-7 and #T10.

Folders on Wheaton College are inclusive for 1977 to 1981 (Folders 9-29 through 10-4). The general topics discussed in the material are: Academic Affairs Committee, curriculum (particularly creationism in the physical science departments), faculty appointment, art department, finance, Chrouser Fitness Center, Billy Graham Center, divorcees among faculty, and standards of theological belief and opinion. Many promotional brochures and copies of "Tower Dialogue: Faculty Forum and News" are also available.

Luther Rice Seminary (in Jacksonville, Florida) documentation covers 1973 to 1981 (Folder 9-21). It includes correspondence with president Robert Witty, a doctrinal statement, and much general information about the Seminary which was founded in 1962. There is a small file on Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California (9-28); see also #T74 and #T75.

Lindsell was a board member of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Folders 5-1 through 5-13). In this material is correspondence with Allan C. Emery (president of the Board), Walter Martin and Leighton Ford (Board members), Harold J. Ockenga (president; see also Folder 4-8), W. Nigel Kerr (dean), Lloyd A. Kalland (executive vice-president), Robert J. Lamont (chairman, search committee for new president), and Addison H. Leitch (faculty member). Topics of correspondence, reports, and other materials are: Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's statement of faith, especially concerning the infallibility of Scripture; audits; criticisms of the New Testament department; Ockenga's retirement and the search for a new president resulting in Robert Cooley's election (including a telegram asking Billy Graham to accept the post); designs for a Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary medallion; and the promotions of faculty members Stephen C. Mott and Deane A. Kemper (see also #T10). Folders 5-3 and 5-4 include information on William C. Bronson, a Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary graduate and a candidate for public office in Massachusetts, whose political stance was becoming an embarrassment to his alma mater. Folder 5-11 contains a 1974 letter by a CT Board member concerning Billy Graham's involvement with Richard M. Nixon. Folder 3-18 includes a 1960 refusal of Lindsell to take a position at the then Gordon Seminary and his letter of the same year urging Ockenga to accept Gordon's presidency.

Lindsell's seventeen-year association with Fuller Theological Seminary is not well documented in this collection of his papers. Most of the information on Fuller in this collection is dated from after he left Fuller. Exceptions to this are Lindsell's letter of resignation at Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1947 when he accepted a position at Fuller (Folder 4-34), correspondence with Charles E. Fuller (Folder 3-17), a tape of a class lecture given at Fuller in 1962 (#T13), and correspondence with faculty member Wilbur M. Smith in 1949 discussing Charles E. Fuller's biography project, and the citation regarding Lindsell's award of a D.D. degree from Fuller in 1964 (both in Folder 3-18). Folder 4-34 is unique among the files in the collection, the correspondence being perfectly arranged alphabetically by Lindsell himself. This file includes Lindsell's letter of resignation to David A. Hubbard in 1964. Correspondents include: Ray S. Anderson (discusses CT relations with Fuller); Gleason L. Archer (professor at Fuller, and later at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School); F. Carlton Booth (Fuller faculty); Edward John Carnell (faculty, see also Folders 9-2 and 9-5 regarding his death in 1967); Richard Curley (discussing CT and Lindsell's relations with Fuller); David A. Hubbard (president); Harold J. Ockenga (former president, discussing student unrest at Fuller and Fuller's view of inerrancy, see also Folder 4-8); Harold L. Proppe (pastor emeritus, 1st Baptist Church, Hollywood, regarding inerrancy issue at Fuller and CT), and Wilbur M. Smith (professor emeritus, see also Folder 4-29).

5. Correspondents
The Lindsell papers are replete with correspondence with many leaders in the evangelical milieu. Some of this material is filed under the name of the correspondent; most of these files have been discussed above in section 3, CT records. Other correspondents include:

Folder 3-14. Garth Bolinder, Mrs. Lindsell's nephew, and pastor of the Evangelical Covenant Church, Woodstock, Connecticut.

Folder 3-15. V. Raymond Edman, president of Wheaton College. Material on the "Wheaton Code," possibility of a Christian socialist on the faculty, evolution, and Baptist evangelist John R. Rice's attacks on faculty member Merrill Tenney.

Folder 3-17. Charles E. Fuller, president, Fuller Theological Seminary. Discusses theology and doctrine as taught at Fuller, and the Old Fashioned Revival Hour. Also, correspondence with his wife, Grace Fuller.

Folder 5-15. Bill Gothard, director, Institute in Basic Youth Conflicts, concerns criticisms leveled by a former board member.

Folders 6-1 through 6-6. Billy Graham. Articles about Graham, BGEA finances, and Graham's relations with Richard Nixon; texts of Graham's messages delivered in his 1978 Poland tour; correspondence from his days as president of Northwestern Bible College concerning William Bell Riley's death; his relations with CT; crusades in New York 1957, San Francisco 1958, Nashville 1979, and Japan 1980; BGEA troubles with Campus Crusade; black evangelicalism; Graham books Angels: God's Secret Agent and Till Armageddon; Marshall Frady's unflattering book about Graham; his 60th birthday celebration; thoughts on world politics; health; reflections on the Lausanne Continuing Committee meeting at Pattaya, Thailand, 1980; and Harold Lindsell's opinions of Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan.

Folder 4-5. Robert L. Hymers, pastor, Open Door Community Churches, Los Angeles. Correspondence with Robert L. Hymers concerning the "Committee to promote Faith in the Bible"; First Annual Rally for the Bible, 1980; Second Annual Rally for the Bible, 1981; Correspondence with Carl F. H. Henry, C. Davis Weyerhauser, and the Wittenburg Door.

Folder 4-8. Harold John Ockenga, president, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Fuller Seminary business; Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary business; CT relations with the BGEA especially concerning finances; retirement.

Folder 4-11. J. Howard Pew, chairman of the board, Sun Oil Company. Correspondence regarding inerrancy, liberalism in the Presbyterian Church, and Lindsell's article in CT, "Where Are the Evangelicals?", 1964.

The General Correspondence files (1978-81) are here roughly indexed with correspondents and topics of discussion listed together. All of these files contain significant information about inerrancy, the Battle for the Bible, and The Bible in the Balance.

Folder 3-20. Christian Action Council (anti-abortion); P.R.A.Y. (Prayer Rights and You) re: school prayer; W. Maxey Jarman; Christian Bible Society; Edith Schaeffer
Folder 3-21. Fuller Alliance of Gay Students (FAGS); Bethel College; CT; Chinese Christians in Taiwan opposing U.S. relations with the People's Republic of China; U.S. Department of State correspondence re: the China question; Columbia Bible College; Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Harold J. Ockenga; Lawrence S. Rockefeller

Folder 3-22. Arthur S. DeMoss; Deane Kemper and Stephen C. Mott's promotions at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Which Bible? Society, Inc.; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Dale Moody, letters concerning The Bible in the Balance; R. Elton Johnson, fired from William Jewell College in a theological dispute; American Tract Society; James C. Hefley, author; International Christian Network, Peter Beyerhaus, director; Southern Baptist Convention, Adrian Rogers, president; Baptist Bible College and School of Theology (Clark's Summit, PA); Inerrancy as held by Wheaton College

Folder 3-23. Baptist Bible College and School of Theology; Deane Kemper and Stephen C. Mott; Family Bible Library, Ted W. Armstrong, editor; Wheaton College; R. Elton Johnson; Association of Evangelicals of Africa and Madagascar; Stephen Neill, Anglican Bishop, Oxford; Sabbath observance; Open Door Community Church ministry to homosexuals (Robert L. Hymers, pastor); Gleason L. Archer, Jr.

Folder 3-24. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's presidential search; Wheaton College's anthropology department; James O. Buswell III; Lindsell interview by Wittenburg Door; Ordination of Lindsell's son-in-law Daniel Lee Sharp; Thomas Nelson, publishers; Southern Baptist Convention, Adrian Rogers, president; Committee to Promote Faith in the Bible (Robert L. Hymers, chairman); International School of Theology (San Bernardino, CA); Don Dayton, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary (Lombard, IL)

Folder 3-25. Allan Emery, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary board chairman; Wycliffe Bible Translators; Christian College of South Africa; Wheaton College board member Richard G. Gieser's displeasure with a growing "liberal philosophy"; "Washington for Jesus", prayer vigil in Washington, D.C., April 29, 1980, Bill Bright and Pat Robertson, chairmen; Clark H. Pinnock, McMaster Divinity College (Hamilton, Ontario); Billy Graham Center Archives; Vonette Bright, American Festival of Evangelism; Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Christian Action Council; Which Bible? Society, Inc.; Christian Life magazine; Southern Baptist Convention; Lindsell's contribution to Thomas Nelson, Publishers' Encyclopedia of Religion.

Folder 3-26. Clyde W. Taylor; Christian Action Council; Abortion issue; Fasting; Stephen C. Mott and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Southern Baptist Advocate; Warren Webster (Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society); Church League of America; Christian Bible Society; America's Future, Inc.; Luther Rice Seminary; Criswell Study Bible; Ralph L. Hymers; Lindsell on the Bible's view of sexuality; David W. Baker, CT board member, resigns; Billy Graham Center Archives; Wheaton College art department; World Relief; Zionism; W. Maxey Jarman's death, September 9, 1980; Elisabeth Elliot; Thomas Nelson Publishers' update on the King James Bible

Folder 3-27. The Gathering Storm; Robert L. Hymers; Here's Life Publishers, Inc.; Evangelical Theological Society; The Book of Life; Maxey Jarman's death; Jerry Hopkins, University of Kentucky; Bruce Bare, correspondent to Billy Graham; Southern Baptists for Bible Translation, Worth C. Grant, president; Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary alcohol policy; Thirty-second Annual Christian Worker's Conference, Italy; George W. Murray, local arrangements chairman; Westmont College; Wheaton College; controversial chapel address by Don Lake; Clark Pinnock's writings; Christian Bible Society; Billy Graham recommended for an honorary degree from Harvard University; Lindsell Study Bible; Ruth B. Graham; International Council on Biblical Inerrancy; Clyde W. Kilby; World Evangelical Fellowship, Waldron Scott, director; CT, Kenneth Kantzer, editor

Folder 4-1. Dallas Theological Seminary; Kenneth Kantzer; Chet Bitterman, slain missionary; Carl Henry's article on Lindsell in CT; John R. Rice; Kenneth N. Taylor, of Living Bibles International, re translation of the Arabic Living New Testament; Thomas Nelson Publishers; Robert Webber, book proposal on the Moral Majority; Invitation to the Reagan inauguration; Desexing the Bible; Bill Bright; Billy Graham's visit with the Pope; Ralph Winter, U.S. Center for World Missions; CT articles about Bill Gothard; Robertson McQuilkin, president, Columbia Bible College; Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary alcohol policy

Folder 4-2. Chicago Call (1977); Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Bill Bright; A. Jack Dain, Anglican clergyman; Billy Walker Evangelistic Association; Wheaton College; art department; Desexing the Bible; International Council on Biblical Inerrancy; Lindsell's advice to a young man entering the ministry; Correspondence to Billy Graham

6. Organizations
In his position of leadership in the evangelical community, Harold Lindsell corresponded with a large number of Christian organizations. Some of these have been seen above in general correspondence. Information on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association can be found in Folders 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 3-12, 4-7, 4-8 and 6-1 through 6-6. Other organizations' correspondence and publications were filed together in separate folders, including:

Folder 1-5. America's Future, Inc. contains issues of the fortnightly magazine, America's Future, published at New Rochelle, New York, by R. K. Scott. Anti-communist, conservative outlook.
Folder 1-7. Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship. Conservative voice in the Southern Baptist Convention. See above.

Folder 2-11. Campus Crusade for Christ. Includes study guide for the "Way of Life Discipleship: Agape Group" sessions. See also #T66, #T67 & #T68.

Folder 2-12. Christian Action Council. Anti-abortion. Lindsell was a "sponsor" according to the Council's stationery masthead.

Folder 2-13. Christian Anti-Communism Crusade. Correspondence 1961-1962; fairly complete run of bimonthly magazine by the same name, 1977-1980. Fred Schwartz, editor, Long Beach, California.

Folder 2-16. Christian Leadership Training Center. Involved in discipling. Includes curriculum and forms used by the Center.

Folder 2-17. Christian Stewardship Assistance, Inc. Financial management advice for Christian organizations, Douglas H. Kiesewetter, president. Correspondence with George Wilson of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and with Harold Lindsell.

Folder 3-9. Church League of America. Mainly printed matter from the League, headquartered in Wheaton, Illinois. Includes monographs, "The Marxist Invasion of the Latin American Churches" and "Headquarters for Destruction: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of the Diabolical North American Congress on Latin America," both published in 1972. Conservative, anti-communist vantage point. See also separation records for periodicals in this guide.

Folder 4-22. Daystar. Described by its own publications as follows: "Using contemporary skills in research combined with extensive experience, Daystar studies church and mission activities. Effective ministries as well as problem areas are identified. Daystar them works with the groups concerned to develop a new strategy for evangelism and church-building that more effectively uses all available resources." Correspondence and research data.

Folder 4-23. Development Assistant Services. Small file on this organization self-described as "serving missionary agencies in developing nations."

Folder 9-17. Outreach, Inc. Founded in 1966 with the "evangelization of the World" as its purpose, via radio, tape, literature, and film distribution. File includes some correspondence and board meeting reports.

Folder 9-19. Religious News Service. Covers religious, especially Christian, events. Folder contains only copies of RNS bulletins; similar bulletins are scattered throughout the entire collection, filed by subject content.

Folder 9-22. Share, Inc. Associated with Nashville Publishing House. Includes correspondence with president Jim Calder and correspondence about V. Gilbert Beers' ten-volume Family Bible Library.

Folder 9-25. Underground Evangelism, also known as Christian East Mission. Correspondence details accusation of fraud leveled against founder and president L. Joe Bass, and CT's attempt to do a story on it, 1979.

Folder 9-26. U.S. Center for World Missions. Ralph D. Winter, director. Folder is wholly publications and form letters; includes material on the "World Consultation on Frontier Missions," October 27-November 1, 1980, in Edinburgh, Scotland. See also separation records for posters, in this guide.

Folder 9-27. Washington and World Religion Report. Periodical, Edward E. Plowman (formerly of CT), editor-publisher. Concerns 1980 presidential election and the religious issues involved in the campaigns.

Folder 10-16. World Home Bible League. Correspondence and drafts for evangelism course proposals, also concerning Project Philip, International, directed by John DeVries.

7. Conferences, Consultations and Other Events
Events such as the annual Rallies for the Bible (see above, page 9 and tapes #T9, #T20 and #T21) and the Affirming the Bible Conference (see above, page 12) have been discussed. Other events documented in this collection include:

Folders 1-2, 1-3, 1-4. American Festival of Evangelism, Kansas City, 1981. The vision of the Festival was "to train 15-20,000 preaching ministers and other key leaders from 150 church bodies to spearhead evangelism in the U.S. during this decade." Includes much planning documentation, and correspondence with Vonette Bright and Leighton Ford (both of the National Planning Committee), C. Bill Hogue (Chairman, Program Committee), and Paul Benjamin (Executive Coordinator). Leighton Ford's paper, "Why a Festival of Evangelism?" is also extant. Harold Lindsell led a workshop on the Holy Spirit at the Festival.

Folder 3-11. Consultation on Theology and Mission, Second, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1979. Includes texts of addresses by evangelical mission figures Waldron Scott (World Evangelical Fellowship), Warren W. Webster (Conservative Baptist Foreign Missions Society), Clyde W. Taylor (NAE), Wesley L. Duewel (OMS), Melvin J. Loewen (World Bank), John F. Robinson (Medical Assistance Program), P. Jim Pietsch (TEAM), Eldon J. Howard (Sudan Interior Mission), Ralph Covell (Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary), and Paul G. Hiebert (Fuller Theological Seminary). Lindsell's address was on "Evangelicals and the 1980's." Other topics concerned contextualization, world economics, totalitarian governments, and unity among missions.

Folder 4-35. Future Evangelical Concerns Conferences, 1977 and 1978. Minimal documentation. Includes literature on the Billy Graham Center.

Folder 5-16. Grace Bible Conference, 1981. Contains only a handbook/workbook prepared for conference participants.

Folder 7-19. Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization - Pattaya Meeting, 1980. Includes correspondence with LCWE executives Gottfried Osei-Mensah and Stan Izon, newsletters, drafts of papers and other printed material. Lindsell's manuscript notes appear on many of the above sheets.

Folder 10-8. The Consultation on the Church in a Secular World was held at Elburn, Illinois, in 1967, under the sponsorship of the NAE's Theology Commission. This file contains a small amount of correspondence about the Consultation and some notes taken at the event were authored by Edmund P. Clowney (President, Westminster Theological Seminary); Ray C. Stedman (pastor, Peninsula Bible Church, Palo Alto, California); Francis D. Breish, Jr. (Pastor, Bethel Orthodox Presbyterian Church, Wheaton, Illinois); and David O. Moberg (Bethel College, St. Paul, Minnesota). The Text of Lindsell's paper, evaluating church-state relations in the United States, is also present.

Folders 10-9 thru 10-12. World Council of Churches 4th General Assembly, Uppsala, Sweden, 1968. Press releases, sermon and speech texts, news sheets, reports, biographical sketches of participants, and resolutions. Some of the pages have Lindsell's notes in margins and on back. Topics covered Jewish evangelism, ecumenism, Protestant relations with the Roman Catholic Church, Pentecostalism, world poverty, the Vietnam war, discrimination against women, racism, and mass communication and the church. There is a good deal of material concerning the WCC's "Faith and Order Assembly Committee." Lindsell attended this assembly as the representative of CT magazine.

8. Subject Files
Subject and topical files include materials which Lindsell consulted in his research, as well as information that was gathered perhaps simply for its own sake. Some of these files are labeled "miscellaneous." Communism and socialism are such topics. Folder 3-10 contains notes and articles on communism which apparently were used by Lindsell for courses he taught at Fuller Seminary, correspondence with Arthur F. Glasser, China Inland Mission Home Director for North America (later professor at Fuller and editor of Evangelical Missions Quarterly), and general information about communism. It also includes material on Operation Abolition, a film released in the 1950's by the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Folder 9-23 contains information on socialism. See also Folder 1-5 and the separation record for periodicals for anti-communist publications.

Evolution vs. Creationism is the topic of Folders 4-28 and 4-38, which contain published and unpublished articles and pamphlets on the Creation and the Flood, including writings by conservative theologian J.G. Vos. The Equal Rights Amendment is documented from the conservative vantage point in Folder 4-25, which contains copies of "The Phyllis Schlafly Report," campaigning against ERA. Contemporary feminism in light of Scripture is discussed in this folder's correspondence. Folder 4-29 is material relating to two Festschrift volumes (a series of scholarly articles in a field of study, collected and published in honor of a scholar in that field), one for Wilbur M. Smith at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and the other for Everett Harrison at Fuller Theological Seminary. The text of the chapter written by Lindsell for the Smith "Festschrift" is available in the folder.

Missions is the subject of Folder 9-12, including articles by Presbyterian mission executive Robert E. Speer, and information about Assembly of God missions, Missionary Dental Training Institute, and the United Christian Missionary Society. Folder 7-20 contains the "Willowbank Report" of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization concerning contextualization of the Gospel in foreign missions. Mission work in the Far East is documented visually for Korea (Folder 7-17; see also slides #S1 through S55) and audibly and visually for Taiwan (Folder 9-24; slides #S56 through S103; filmstrip #FS1). Lindsell's articles on Burma missionaries Adoniram Judson (1788-1850), George Dana Boardman (1801-31), and Sara Hall Boardman Judson, who was wife to each in succession, are in Folder 7-15.

Folder 1-6 contains a miscellaneous collection of articles on the subjects of: fundamentalism, communism, missions, inerrancy, and Billy Graham's 1962 Chicago Crusade. There is an exegesis of Matthew's Gospel, articles about Harold Lindsell and Charles Fuller, and articles about the "born again" issue involved in the 1976 Presidential election. Three major pieces of scholarly research are in typescript: Christopher Cagan's Why Christians Become Liberal (Talbot Theological Seminary Dissertation, 1981), Folder 2-10; Ralph L. Foster's The Amazing Antediluvians: Evidence of the Bible's Inspiration (personal research, 1971), Folder 4-30; and Noel Hollyfield's A Sociological Analysis of the Degrees of "Christian Orthodoxy" Among Selected Students in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary master's thesis, 1976), Folder 6-8.

Folder 9-1 is a miscellany of material which was unfoldered in the accession and gathered together here by the processor. It contains unrelated bits and pieces concerning Sudan Interior Mission, Overseas Missionary Fellowship, Inter-Varsity, Conference on Faith and History, and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. There is also a "laugh kit" prepared by Japan missionary Phil Foxwell, and a commemorative pamphlet regarding Queen Elizabeth's 1963 visit to Australia. Folder 9-2 was, in the unprocessed accession, labeled as "Miscellaneous"; it contains information on Biblical inerrancy and higher criticism, Lindsell's Holy Land visit in 1967, C. I. Scoffield's divorce and remarriage, the Roman Catholic Church, and the death of Fuller professor Edward Carnell.

Folders 9-3 through 9-11 are a miscellany filed alphabetically and include:

Folder 9-3. Plans for a Study Bible (not the Lindsell Study Bible).

Folder 9-4. Correspondence with Bethel Theological Seminary regarding inerrancy, and with Bryan College.

Folder 9-5. Correspondence with Edward J. Carnell, Christian Bible Society, Mark Coppenger regarding dissension in the Southern Baptist Convention, and V. R. Christensen regarding Geoffrey Paxton's theology.

Folder 9-6. Articles by James Daane (Fuller Seminary) and Charles W. Dunn (Clemson University) on Arminianism and Biblical inerrancy, respectively; Edward R. Dayton's vita.

Folder 9-7. Information about International Christian Graduate University (San Bernardino, California), humanism, and homosexuality (writings by Ralph Blair, director of pro-gay Evangelicals Concerned).

Folder 9-8. Topics: population, overpopulation, world hunger, and capital punishment.

Folder 9-9. Correspondence with T. A. Raedeke of the World Home Bible league; article about great-nephew of evangelist Paul Rader, Dotson Rader, writer of an uncomplimentary novel about evangelism.

Folder 9-10. Correspondence with Edith Schaeffer, John R.W. Stott, and Worth C. Grant (President, Southern Baptists for Bible Translation); articles regarding Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and evangelist-turned-agnostic Charles Templeton.

Folder 9-11. Information on the World Council of Churches; text of a Wheaton College chapel address by Robert Webber, 1969.

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Subseries: B. Added Material
Subsubseries: A. General Correspondence; B. Subject Correspondence; C. Lectures and Sermons
Date Range: 1941-1994
Volume: 13.4 cubic feet
Boxes: 11-40
Type of documents: Correspondence, reports, minutes, sermon and lecture notes
Subjects: Theological debates between conservative and liberal Protestants in the United States, particularly over biblical inerrancy; American Evangelical Protestantism; Christian higher education in the United States
Notes: The materials in this series were added to the collection in 2006. Their contents parallel those in Series I for a later time period.

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Subseries: B1, General Correspondence
Arrangement: Chronologically by year. Within each folder, the materials are in a very, very rough order by date, but materials from March, for example, might appear with letters from May and October. This reflects the order in which the materials were received.
Date Range: 1979-1994
Volume: 7 cubic feet
Boxes: 11-24
Geographic coverage: United States, Australia, Israel
Type of documents: Correspondence, manuscripts, newsletters, reports, minutes of meetings, newspaper and magazine clippings

Correspondents: The following list is intended to list some of the more frequent correspondents for each year and serve as a general guide. It is not exhaustive and the fact that someone is not mentioned does not mean that there no letters from that individual or organization that year.
1978 - Richard Quebedeaux
1979 - Robert Sanford, Maxey Jarman
1980 - Christian Action Council
1981 - American Festival of Evangelism, Allan Emery, Calvin Chao, Christian Action Council Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, C. B, Hogue, Institute for Christian Studies, Gottfried Osei-Mensah, Outreach Inc.
1982 - Allan Emery, Coalition for Religious Liberty, Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Carl Henry, Frontier Fellowship, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, D. James Kennedy, National Association of Evangelicals, Moishe Rosen, Southern Baptist Convention, Ken N. Taylor, Tyndale House Foundation, David F. Wells, Westmont College, J. Christy Wilson, Ralph Winter
1983 - Peter Beyerhaus, Bill Bright, Calvin Chao, Robert Cooley, Robert Devries, Evangelical Theological Society, Leighton Ford, the Fundamentalist Army, Louis Goldberg, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, Dave Howard, R. L. Hymers, International School of Theology, Living Bible International, Gordon Loux, Gordon McDonald, Donald McGavran, John Warwick Montgomery, Outreach, Inc., Floyd Robertson, Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Southern Baptist Convention, Kenneth G. Stevenson, Kenneth Taylor, Tyndale Publishers, U. S. Center for World Mission, Harold Voanbroekhoven, John Walvoord, Westmont College, J. Christy Wilson, David K. Winter, Zondervan Publishers
1984 - Bill Bright, Vonnette Bright, Allan Emery, Leighton Ford, Fuller Theological Seminary, David Howard, R. L. Hymers, International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, William Sanford Lasor, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, Living Bibles International, Gordon MacDonald, Outreach Inc., Renewal Ministries, Kenneth N. Taylor, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Paul Toms, Ken Wessner, Mike Yaconelli
1985 - Calvin Chao, Coalition on Revival, Leighton Ford, Fundamentalist Baptist Tabernacle, Paul Henry, Dave Howard, International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Arthur Johnston, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Tyndale Publishing
1986 - Peter Beyerhaus, Calvin Chao, Congress on the Bible II, Allan Emery, Fundamentalist Bible Tabernacle, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, David Hubbard, International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Arthur Johnston, Christopher Lyons, Dewey and Edith Mulholland (Brasilia Baptist Seminary) Outreach Inc., Garth Rosell, Moishe Rosen, Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Paul Toms, U.S. Center for World Mission
1987 - Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California, Clayton Bell, Congress of the Bible, Gabriel Fackre, Leighton Ford, Carl Henry, International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, Donald McGavran, Gordon MacDonald, George Marsden, John Warwick Montgomery, Dewey and Edith Mulholland (Brasilia Baptist Seminary), Outreach Inc., Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Southern Baptist Convention, Paul Toms
1988 - Coalition on Revival, C. B. Hogue, Fundamentalist Baptist Temple, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, Mark Hatfield, Carl Henry, International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, Jews for Jesus, Chris Lyons, William Martin, Dewey and Edith Mulholland (Brasilia Baptist Seminary), Ray and Anne Ortlund, Outreach Inc., Paul Pressler, Prison Fellowship, Moishe Rosen, Saddleback Memorial Medical Center, Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Paul Toms, Mike Yaconelli
1989 - Coalition on Revival, Leighton Ford, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, Kenneth Kantzer, Donald McGavran, John Warwick Montgomery, Dewey and Edith Mulholland (Brasilia Baptist Seminary), Ray Ortlund, Outreach Inc., Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Zondervan Publishing
1990 - Calvin Chao, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, R. L. Hymers, Institute for Creation Research, Jay Kesler, Saddleback Memorial Medical Center, Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Southern Baptist Convention, Zondervan Publishing
1991 - Calvin Chao, Coalition on Revival, Leighton Ford, Fundamentalist Baptist Tabernacle, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, Arthur Johnston, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, Dewey and Edith Mulholland, Ray Ortlund, Paul Pressler, Saddleback Memorial Medical Center, Simon Greenleaf School of Law
1992 - Calvin Chao, Church Council Steering Committee, Far East Broadcasting, Art Glasser, Billy Melvin, John Sung
1993 - Church Council Steering Committee, Coalition on Revival, Far East Broadcasting Corporation, Norman Giesler, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, C. B. Hogue Margaret Short, Zondervan, Saddleback Memorial Medical Center
1994 - Calvin Chao, Church Council Steering Committee, Dewey and Edith Mullholland, Outreach Inc.
Subjects: Theological debates between conservative and liberal Protestants in the United States, particularly over biblical inerrancy; American Evangelical Protestantism; Christian higher education in the United States
Notes: The topics of correspondence (and the correspondents) parallel those in series I. There is a great deal of personal correspondence and in particular many letters from the Lindsells’ daughter Marjorie. Besides the materials relating to biblical inerrancy and debates between liberal and conservative Christianity in the United States, there is some material on the debate over creation vs. evolution and a few items about the legalization of abortion. Many files relate to Lindsell’s participation as a board member in Gordon Conwell Seminary and Westmont College and there is also a good deal of material on his teaching of theology at the Simon Greenleaf School of Law. There is also correspondence with Thomas Nelson, Tyndale and Zondervan publishers about Lindsell’s books or proposed books. In some cases, Lindsell put all (or most) of the correspondence from one source together and these files can be found in subseries IIB.
Exceptional items:
The folder for 1980 contains some notes by Lindsell on the state of Christianity in America at that time.

The files for 1981 contain reports and other information about Lindsell’s visit to Australia in that year. (See also folder 25-2 and the tapes T128-T132.)

Folder 18-1 contains Lindsell’s eulogy of fellow Wheaton alumni Kenneth Gieser.

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Subseries: B2, Subject Files
Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title
Date Range: 1950-1994
Volume: 4.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 25-35
Geographic coverage: Mainly the United States. Folder 25-1 contains material about a Congress on Biblical Inerrancy in Argentina which Lindsell attended and spoke at in 1981. Folder 25-2 contains material about his trip to Australia that same year. Folder 34-1 contains material relating to his speaking at the Chinese Congress on Biblical Inerrancy in Taiwan in 1984.
Type of documents: Correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, manuscripts, newspaper and magazine clippings
Correspondents: Hudson Armerding, Peter Beyerhaus, Norman Edwards, J. Richard Chase, Billy Graham, Ruth Graham, Nathan O. Hatch, Gerald Hawthorne, Carl Henry, R. L. Hymers, Bob Jones Sr., Kenneth Kantzer, Clyde Kilby, Gunther H. Knoedler, Ward Kriegbaum, Duane Litfin, Richard Lovelace, Walter Martin, James Warwick Montgomery, Roger Nicole, Gottfried Osei-Mensah, James Plueddeman, John Stott, Dick L. Van Halsema
Subjects: Inerrancy of the Bible, Lindsell’s gathering of information on the falling away from orthodox Christian belief at various American Protestant denominations and institutions, Lindsell’s participation as a trustee or faculty member or staff member in the life of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Christianity Today magazine, Simon Greenleaf School of Law, Wheaton College
Notes: The section contains folders that were arranged and labeled by subject by Lindsell. In a few cases, the archivist provided a title to materials which had a common subject. The materials reflect the same basic topics covered in series I and subseries IA, documenting Lindsell’s activities as a theologian, writer, Evangelical leader and controversialist, and in his participation in various Evangelical conference and meetings in the 1980s. There are separate folders for organizations in which Lindsell was deeply involved: Christianity Today (folders 26-6 through 27-1), Fuller Seminary (folders 28-2, 32-6), the Simon Greenleaf School of Law (folders 33-4, 33-5), the Southern Baptist Convention (33-8, 33-9), and Wheaton College (33-7, 34-6 through 34-9). Although there is no folder for Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, several folders do reflect Lindsell’s concern with developments there and his correspondence with the faculty (folders 30-6, 30-13, 31-2). Lindsell was also a friend and advisor to evangelist Billy Graham and folder 28-3 contains correspondence Lindsell had with Graham and his wife Ruth. Folder 28-4 contains correspondence with members of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. There are also folders of correspondence with Lindsell’s publishers or proposed publishers: Harper & Row (folder 29-2), Here’s Life (folder 29-4), Thomas Nelson, Tyndale and Zondervan.

Exceptional items:
Folders 25-3 through 25-7, 29-6, 29-10, 30-1, 31-1, 31-3, contain clippings, notes, and other materials that Lindsell gathered on different aspects of what he saw as the departure from Christian orthodox belief in many Protestant churches and organizations, particularly in terms of the inerrancy of the Bible. Some of these seem to have been gathered for his book, The Battle of the Bible.

Folders 31-5 and 31-6 contains Lindsell’s manuscript of a book on the Christian faith which apparently was never published. His unpublished novel is in folder 31-7 and folder 32-10 contains some samples of his poetry.

Folders 28-8, 29-1 contain correspondence and other documents about Lindsell’s leadership in the effort to have Robert Gundry resign from the Evangelical Theological Society because of his use of redaction criticism in his (Gundry’s) commentary on the Gospel of Matthew.

Folder 32-4 contains correspondence from Gottfried Osei-Mensah about the origins and early plans of the Nairobi Evangelical School of Theology.

Folders 27-2 and 27-3 contain correspondence with John Stott and others about Lindsell’s participation in the Consultation on the Relationship between Evangelism and Social Responsibility, held in Grand Rapids in 1982. This was organized by the Theological Working Group of the Lausanne Committee. The folders contain planning materials, papers given at the consultation, correspondence, and published and unpublished reactions. Folder 30-2 contains material from another Lausanne meeting that Lindsell attended, the International Prayer Assembly held in Korea in 1984.

Folder 32-13 contains various articles and reference materials which Lindsell had gathered on the history and doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church.

Folder 32-15 contains reports on the work of the Salvation Army in Somalia, Kenya, and Uganda in 1981.

Folder 35-1 contains reports on and papers from the World Council of Churches assemblies in Nairobi, Kenya (1975) and Vancouver, Canada (1983) as well as correspondence between Lindsell and the WCC’s Secretary of Evangelism, Raymond Fung, on the meaning of evangelism and its place in the Christian faith.

Folder 30-5 contains correspondence from Bob Jones Sr (Lindsell’s letters are missing) about Bob Jones University and its policy on accreditation.

Folder 30-11 contains Lindsell’s doctoral degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and his licences to perform marriages in Virginia and the District of Columbia.

Folder 28-5 contains copies of the opening addresses that Billy Graham gave at the 1966 World Congress on Evangelism, the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization, and the 1986 International Conference for Itinerant Evangelists.

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Subseries: B3, Lectures and Sermons
Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title
Date Range: 1941-1987
Volume: 2.2 cubic feet
Boxes: 35-40
Type of documents: Lecture and sermon outlines and notes, examinations, newspaper and magazine clippings, envelopes the materials were originally in
Subjects: Theology of liberation, church history, doctrine, mission principles and practice, communism, apologetics, homiletics, books of the Bible
Notes: This series consists of the notes that Lindsell used for lectures and sermons, mostly from early in his career. Folders 25-1 and 33-5 in series IIB contains similar materials from the later period of his life. The topics covered relate mainly to Christian doctrine, history, and apologetics.

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Series: III: Audio Recordings
Arrangement: No pattern to the actual numbering. The tapes are arranged chronologically on the Location Record, with undated tapes at the end.
Date Range: 1962-1991
Volume: 1.82 cubic feet
Geographic coverage: Mainly United States
Type of documents: Audio tapes of sermons, speeches, meetings, debates, interviews
Subjects: Biblical interpretation, Fundamentalism, Evangelicalism, homiletics, biblical prophesy, Christian higher education, Kathryn Kuhlman, Christian doctrine
Notes: See the Audio Tapes Location Record for a brief description of each tape
Exceptional items:
Tapes #T99 through #T109 are a series recorded by healing evangelist Kathryn Kuhlman, at her Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania headquarters. The July 20, 1973, issue of CT published an "interview" with Miss Kuhlman; actually the magazine submitted forty-one questions to her and she taped her lengthy replies, although she omitted to comment on Questions 17, 18 and 24. The published "interview" contained only a small fraction of the material on the tapes. The questions were as follows:

T99
Q1. You increasingly represent the last hope of the seriously ill. Is this not an awesome as well as a thrilling responsibility?

Q2. You don't bother to answer critics and skeptics but would you grant that there are some Christians who have some honest, conscientious doubts about your ministry, and if so, do they deserve to know more about what you believe and how you operate than you normally state publicly?

Q3. Do you feel it fair to come under journalistic scrutiny from questioners who may not be entirely sympathetic with your ministry?

T100
Q4. Was Aimee Semple McPherson any specific model to you?
Q5. How do you conceive your calling? How and when did you get it?
Q6. In what church and denomination were you ordained?
Q7. Are your books audited and your financial statements available?
Q8. What is the purpose of your Foundation?

T101
Q9. How effective has your TV ministry been? What has been the response in numbers of letters?
Q10. What is the role and place of speaking in tongues and what is its relationship to justification and sanctification? Is it a sign or the sign of the Spirit's control?
Q11. Do you feel that you have the gift of healing? What gift do you have?

T102
Q12. How do you regard your relationship to the institutional church, and what role and importance do you personally assign to the institutional church?
Q13. What do you think of the Jesus Movement--its strengths and weaknesses?

T103
Q14. How have you overcome the disreputable cloud regarding "faith-healers"? Has the self-confessed hypocrisy of Marjoe affected you or your ministry in any way?
Q15. What is your definition of a miracle? How unusual does a phenomenon have to be to warrant that designation?
Q16. What do you mean by "coming under the power"? What is the biblical criterion for such an experience?

T104
Q16. Continuation from previous tape.
Q17. [None]
Q18. [None]
Q19. Do you find any hindrance to your work because you are a woman?
Q20. Why are there not more women preachers?
Q21. What do you think of "Women's Lib"?
Q22. What kind of education do you advocate for young people today?
Q23. What do you think of the current physical fitness kick--health spas, natural foods, dieting, and so forth?
Q24. [None]

T105
Q25. How do you feel about abortion?

Q26. What was your purpose in seeing the Pope? What was said between you?
Q27. What is your interpretation of James 5:14? Do you use oil? Do you regard yourself as an elder?
Q28. How do you interpret Paul's and Peter's apparent injunction against women speaking, in I Timothy 2:11 and 12?
Q29. Do you feel that all sick people should come to you?

T106
Q30. What is your comment to Christians who come to your meetings and go away without having been healed?
Q31. Do you think that there is any correlation between your ministry of healing and such phenomena as ESP?
Q32. Is there healing in the Atonement? Did Christ die to relieve us of out physical as well as spiritual infirmities? Do you keep tabs on the ratio of spiritual and physical healings? Can, or should, a believer have one without the other?
Q33. What is your concept of illness?
Q34. To what extent is individual health related to social or cosmic health? Does our social mindset have much to do with the physical health of individuals?

T107
Q35. What is the most common ailment that people come to you with? Is there illness or handicap that you would not have the faith to pray to correct?
Q36. How much depends upon your faith and your praying for an individual? Can a person be filled with the Spirit and yet not have enough faith to be healed?

T108
Q37. Why do so few people have the gift of healing?

T109
Q38. To what extent are the healings you witness the result of the removal of a psychosomatic origin? Is anxiety the cause of most illnesses?
Q39. How much knowledge do you have of medicine and therapeutic science?
Q40. What do you regard as the ultimate goal of your ministry?
Q41. How do you understand the apparent desire of Jesus and the disciples not to publish certain instances of healing?

Tapes #T93 and #T94 concern the 1967 Consultation of Christian Scholars (see also #T35 to #T38 in this collection, and CN 8, Records of CT, #T16 to #T22). Tapes #T95 and #T96 are a debate on "Situation Ethics: True or False?" held ca. 1969 at San Diego State College. Debating the affirmative was Joseph Fletcher, then at the University of Virginia Medical School; the negative was taken by John W. Montgomery, Chairman of the Church History Division at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Tape #T97 is the radio broadcasts of Billy James Hargis's Christian Crusade for September 13 and 14, 1968. The former is an address by Hargis on international communism's threat, especially in Africa; the latter is an open letter to Billy Graham and L. Nelson Bell "in defense of the truth" and in answer to a "Satanic attack" leveled against Hargis and Christian Crusade in the August 16, 1968 issue of CT. See CN 8, Records of CT, Folder 17-64, for correspondence concerning this affair. Tape #T98 is two addresses by Walter H. Judd, a Congregational missionary to China, 1926-38, and a Congressman from Minnesota, 1942-62. Both addresses concern American foreign policy, especially with respect to communism and China. Judd is introduced by a "Mr. Schwartz," most probably Fred Schwartz of the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade. Undated, the speeches were made prior to 1962, and probably in the late 1950's.

Provenance

The materials in this collection were given to the Center by Dr. Harold Lindsell in June and July, 1981. Some materials in this Supplement were given by Harold Lindsell to the Graham Center Library in the summer of 1981, and transferred to the Archives in February, 1982. Some of the books received in the materials which the Graham Center Library did not wish to keep were given away to private individuals, as noted in the book separation record, per Dr. Lindsell's direction. A number of books and periodicals were returned to Dr. Lindsell. Lists of the books and periodicals that were given to the BGC Library are available upon request.

Accession #81-15, 81-68, 81-69, 81-71, 81-75, 81-76, 82-19, 82-20, 83-101, 88-106, 90-90, 92-118, 92-124, 93-83, 95-9

March 19, 1982
Galen R. Wilson
M. Given
J. Malone
M. Miles
J. Nasgowitz

March 22, 1982
Galen R. Wilson
J. Nasgowitz

June 20, 1991, revised
Paul Ericksen
L. Ferguson

September 18, 2006
83-101, 88-106, 90-90, 92-118, 92-124, 93-83, 95-9
Bob Shuster
J. Anderson

April 1, 2013
13-16
Bob Shuster




LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-68, 81-69, 81-75
Type of Material: Artifacts

The following items have been given to the CENTER MUSEUM:


Marble paperweight, bearing the flag of Taiwan. Yung An Silver Works, Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan.

Flat metal paperweight, painted. Legend: "Metro Manila Billy Graham Crusade '77, 23-27 November."

Round bronze medallion. Legend: "Let the Earth Hear His Voice. International Congress on World Evangelization. Lausanne, Switzerland. 1974." Verse: Luke 4:18.



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LOCATION RECORD

Accession: 81-68, 81-69, 81-75, 92-118

Type of Material: Audio Tapes

The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE file.

 #

R/C

Speed

Length

Sides

Contents

Dates


 Item# - Reel or cassette, speed, length, number of sides, contents (title of session, participants) according to the program, date.

T13

r

3 3/4

43

1

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Fuller Theological Seminary, Communism and Dialectical Materialism

10/9/1962

T39

r

 

 

 

Panel discussion, American Psychiatry Association Meeting, New York City. Frank Farrell, Asst. Ed. of Christianity Today emceed. Panel (all psychiatrists): Truman G. Esau, Chicago; E. Mansell Pattison, Washington, D.C.; Orville S. Walters, Urbana, Illinois. Edited transcript of discussion appeared in Christianity Today, July 2, 1965, pp.3-6, Psychotherapy and Spiritual Values.

6/1964

T93

r

--

--

--

Consultation of Christian Scholars and closing devotions. (See also T35 to T38.)

5/28-31/1967

T94

r

--

--

--

Consultation of Christian Scholars, beginning with last few sentences of Hatfield's speech,

5/29/1967

T35

r

--

Consultation of Christian Scholars held in Virginia. Meeting sponsored by the Lilly Foundation and concerning the Christian scholar on the secular campus. This tape: Beverly Gray Allison, The American Campus as a Spiritual Force; (See also CN 8, Records of Christianity Today, Tape s T16 through T22, and Tape s T93 and T94 in Supplement 1 to this collection.)

5/28-31/1967

T36

r

--

Consultation of Christian Scholars. Closing devotions and discussion on John W. Snyder's paper.

5/29-31/1967

T37

r

--

Consultation of Christian Scholars

5/30/1967

T114

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Miracles.

10/2/1967

T110

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Missions II

12/2/1967

T16

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Wheaton College, Faith and Justification.

4/29/1968

T17

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Wheaton College, Skepticism and Relativism; first part of Jehovah's Witnesses. (See also T113)

4/29/1968

T111

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Doctrine of God.

4/30/1968

T112

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Mormonism.

4/30/1968

T113

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Jehovah's Witnesses - 2nd part. (See also T17.)

5/1/1968

T15

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Wheaton College, Regeneration.

5/2/1968

T14

r

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture, Wheaton College, Sanctification.

5/3/1968

T97

r

7 1/2

30

 

1

Billy James Hargis. Open letter to Billy Graham and Nelson Bell.

9/14/1968

T88

c

2

Side 1: Unidentified woman. Documentary re Christianity Today, part of a sermon by Harold Lindsell; n.d. (early 1970's?) The documentary was recorded over the sermon. Side 2: Unidentified young woman who was asked to leave Camp of the Woods. This tape (over which was recorded the two items above) is a letter to a friend still at the camp, discussing the camp, staff, and reactions to being asked to leave.

8/1970

T28

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: Billy Graham, Grady Wilson, communion service.

12/1971

T29

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: Harold Ockenga, Bill Bright, Rick Carreno.

12/1971

T30

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: Harold Lindsell, Bishop Goodwin Hudson.

12/1971

T31

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: Ralph Bell, Bishop Jack Dain, Leighton Ford.

12/1971

T32

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: Ken Chafin, Roy Gustafson, T. W. Wilson, Grady Wilson.

12/1971

T33

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: George Wilson, Bill Mead, Don Hoke, Michael Ovikian, Blanca Norma Gonzalez, Howard Jones.

12/1971

T41

r

--

Sermons by Pastor Walt Chantry. See also Chantry sermons, CN 8, Records of Christianity Today, tapes T26 and T27.

1/30/1972

T76

c

2

Side 1: John D. Zimmerman, Chapel address at Wheaton College re unity, disunity and Wheaton. Side 2: Hudson Armerding, Chapel address. (Audio quality bad.)

Spring 1972, 6/8/1972

T85

c

2

Layman's Leadership Institute, Hollywood, CA. Side 1: James Mallory, psychiatrist, How Not to Lose Your Head. Side 2: Norman Evans, player for the Baltimore Colts.

1972

T27

c

--

Billy Graham Team Meeting: Ed Hill; also Harold Lindsell, The Death Wish of Civilization. Introduced by Graham, who remarks on Lindsell's and Christianity Today's role in the BGEA.

1973

T99

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, Christianity Today interview, questions 1-3.

1973

T100

r

--

Kathryn, Kuhlman, questions 4-8.

1973

T101

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 9-11.

1973

T102

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 12-13.

1973

T103

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 14-16.

1973

T104

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 16-24.

1973

T105

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 25-29.

1973

T106

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 30-34.

1973

T107

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 35-36.

1973

T108

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, question 37.

1973

T109

r

--

Kathryn Kuhlman, questions 38-41.

1973

T68

c

2

Bill Bright, Christmas Greetings, 1973. Includes highlights of Campus Crusade. Note: Harold Lindsell recorded some words over his tape at the beginning of Side 1, about 60 seconds.

1973

T1

c

--

Harold Lindsell, Judgement and Evangelism and Grady Wilson, Practical Evangelism. Billy Graham School of Evangelism, Hollywood, California.

9/17-20/1974

T119

c

--

Harold Lindsell, The Suicide of Man, speech at International Congress on World Evangelization, Lausanne, Switzerland.

1974

T2

c

2

Side 1: Harold Lindsell, The Mind. Side 2: Vernon Grounds, Wheaton College Staley Lecture.

1974,

1977

T26

c

2

Side 1: Charles Colson speaking to the Evangelical Christian Publisher's Assn. discussing his book Born Again. Side 2: Press conference with Billy Graham at the Tidewater, Virginia Crusade. Discusses Graham family and Nixon family; November, 1974. Billy Graham, crusade address, Tidewater Campaign, Norfolk, Virginia. (bad audio quality).

7/10/1976,

11/1974

T120

r

--

Wayne Ward, Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship and Infallibility of the Scriptures.

12/9-10/1975

T81

c

--

Hobbey Thomas, General Secretary of Eurofest '75, Prayer. English, with German translation; West Berlin.

1/4/1976

T50

c

2

Gordon McDonald, When Adam Blew It and Communication: Loud and Clear. Wheaton College.

4/6-7/1976

T51

c

2

Gordon McDonald, The Marital Zap and Conflict and Peace. Wheaton College.

4/6-7/1976

T52

c

2

Gordon McDonald, Growing a Human Being and More Growing. Wheaton College.

4/8/1976

T53

c

2

Gordon McDonald, Still at the Summit and Sexuality at the Summit. Wheaton College.

4/8/1976

T11

c

2

David A. Hubbard, Fuller's Theological Position, a rebuttal against The Battle for the Bible. (See transcript, folder 1-12.) Harold Lindsell interviewed by Herbert Henry Ehrenstein on Songtime about the Battle for the Bible.

4/8/1976,
6/2/1976

T77

c

--

Hudson Armerding, opening Chapel address at Wheaton College.

9/7/1976

T124

r

--

Billy Graham, chapel message at Wheaton College.

9/17/1976

T54

c

2

Leighton Ford, You Bet Your Life, and Design for Living. Wheaton College.

9/21-22/1976

T121

r

--

Leighton Ford at Wheaton College, A Tale of Three Sons and Who Says I'm OK? See also T54.

9/21-22/1976

T122

r

--

Leighton Ford at Wheaton College, Use It or Lose It and Who Left the Phone off the Hook?.

9/23-24/1976

T123

r

--

Leighton Ford at Wheaton College, Revolution, Religion and Radical Love and What in the World Is God Doing?

9/23-24/1976

T90

c

--

Funeral service for Irene Morris (1904-1976), wife of Arthur Morris, on Board of Trustees at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Harold Lindsell had part in the funeral.

1976

T3

c

83

2

Harold Lindsell debating Lester DeKoster at the Third Christian Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

1/11/1977

T79

c

--

Calvin Linton, The Pernicious Pertinacity of Dualism: One Too Many. Wheaton College Staley Lecture.

4/26/1977

T78

c

2

Side 1: Hudson Armerding, Baccalaureate Address at Wheaton College. Side 2: Madeleine L'Engle, commencement address.

5/22/1977,

5/23/1977

T74

c

2

Side 1: David Winter, Trustee newstape to members of the Board of Trustees, Westmont College. Side 2: David Winter, Chapel address.

12/1/1977,

11/1/1977

T82

c

--

Myron Augsburger, The Cross and Forgiveness. Crusade '77, York, PA.

1977

T4

c

--

Harold Lindsell, Father's Day sermon at Timonium Presbyterian Church. Also evening sermon, same day.

6/18/1978

T125

c

Dr. Harold Ockenga: Precious Worship. Chapel Address, Gordon-Conwell

9/27/1978

T72

c

--

David Allen Hubbard, Don't You Dare Grow Up, speaking at the Chicago Sunday Evening Club.

11/12/

1978

T18

c

--

Gordon-Conwell Inerrancy Panel. Sponsored by the GCTS Student Assn. Panelists: Roger Nicole and Jack Davis of the Theology Dept., and David Schuller and J. Ramsey Michaels of the New Testament Dept.

11/29/

1978

T19

c

--

Gordon-Conwell Inerrancy Panel. (See T18 for details.)

12/1/1978

T10

c

2

Side 1: Harold Lindsell interviewed by Bill Steensland for the Christian Bible Society Broadcast, The Good Word for Today. Deane A. Kemper, installation message, full professorship, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Harold Lindsell, speaking to a Lutheran group on Lutheranism and evangelism; n.d. Groundbreaking ceremony for Billy Graham Center, Wheaton, Illinois; Side 2: Continuation of groundbreaking ceremony.

ca.1978-1979,

9/28/1977

T75

c

2

Side 1: David Winter, Trustee newstape, Westmont College. Side 2: David Winter, Chapel address.

3/12/1979,

3/1/1979

T22

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, Introductory Remarks on Revival. 1 in a series of 3.

9/3/1979

T23

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, R.A. Torrey's Prescription for a Revival. 2 in a series of 3.

9/3/1979

T24

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, Prescription for a Revival. 3 in a series of 3.

9/3/1979

T89

c

--

Memorial Celebration, Arthur S. DeMoss; October 1925 - September 1979.

9/1979

T6

c

2

Harold Lindsell, G. E. A. Seminar, Twin Pines, Pennsylvania, Tapes 1 & 2.

10/8/1979

T7

c

2

Harold Lindsell, G. E. A. Seminar, Tapes 3 and 4.

10/8/1979

T43

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, Daniel in the Critics' Den. (Daniel 1).

12/30/

1979

T86

c

--

Charles E. Stanley (pastor, First Baptist Church, Atlanta), Stand Up America. Address given in Houston to a group of Baptist pastors calling for American pulpits to preach to the political situation in America.

1979

T44

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, Dare to be Different. (Daniel 2).

1/6/80

T45

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, The Mysterious Dream. (Daniel 3).

1/13/80

T46

c

--

Robert L. Hymers, The Fourth Man in the Furnace. (Daniel 4).

1/20/1980

T47

c

Robert L. Hymers, The Werewolf of Babylon. (Daniel 5).

1/27/1980

T59

c

--

John Walvoord, president of Dallas Theological Seminary, Israel in God's Plan.

2/2/1980

T48

c

Robert L. Hymers, The Coming Judgement of America. (Daniel 6).

2/3/1980

T60

c

--

John Walvoord, The Rapture.

2/3/1980

T9

c

--

Harold Lindsell, address at the Hollywood Palladium, First annual Rally for the Bible. Robert Hymers.

2/7/1980

T73

c

--

David Allen Hubbard, message and discussion, Sunday Evening Club.

3/23/1980

T70

c

--

Wayne Dehoney, Inerrancy. Walnut Street Baptist Church.

6/1/1980

T126

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Why Jim Wallis, Pat Robertson, Anita Bryant, and Hal Lindsay Are Not Prophets to America. Rev. Eduardo Villarreal, Fasting. Fourth of July Messages

7/3/1980

T49

c

--

How to Stop Being a Homosexual. Normal Life Seminars, Open Door Community Church, Los Angeles. Testimonials of changed homosexuals. Also, an address re the seminars by Robert L. Hymers, and an interview with the seminars' director, Richard Main.

8/31/1980

T127

c

Contrasts: A Delightful Conversation Between Dr. Ian Paisley & Pastor William Mullan.

11/1980

T20

c

2

Robert Hymers, Why I Believe in the Inerrancy of the Bible. Side 2: Pre-Rally for the Bible, with addresses from William A. Powell, Sr., Harold Lindsell and James M. Boice.

2/15/1981,

2/20/1981

T8

c

2

Side 1: James Montgomery Boice, pastor, Tenth Presbyterian, Philadelphia at the Second Annual Rally for the Bible. Herbert Henry Ehrenstein, review of The Bible in Balance. Side 2: Harold Lindsell, address to the Christian Holiness Association.

       2/21/1981,

4/1976

T21

c

--

Second Annual Rally for the Bible, Embassy Auditorium, Los Angeles. Robert L. Hymers, emcee, with speakers Samuel G. Posey, W.A. Criswell, William A. Powell, Harold Lindsell, and others.

2/21/1981

T55

c

--

William C. Brownson, Jr., Evangelical Repentance and Spiritual Power. Wheaton College Special Spring Services.

Spring 1981

T56

c

--

William C. Brownson, Jr., The Joy of the Lord and Good News for All. Wheaton College Special Spring Services.

Spring 1981

T57

c

--

William C. Brownson, Jr., What Shapes the Future? and Tell Peter! Wheaton College Special Spring Services.

Spring 1981

T58

c

--

William C. Brownson, Jr., Give it Now! and Covenant Faithfulness. Wheaton College Special Spring Services.

Spring

1981

T34

c

2

Taiwan in Slides and Sound soundtrack, (see slides S56-S103 and Folder 9-24 for complete information). Side 2: American Festival of Evangelism, (see filmstrip FS1, which accompanies soundtrack).

7/27-30/1981

T128

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, The Alcorn College, Holy Spirit. The Christian Mind. Ipswich Ministers Fraternal. Biblical Inerrancy. Brisbane, Australia

8/19/1981

T129

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Queensland University Students, Lecture & Question, Brisbane, Australia.

8/20/1981

T130

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Where the Church is at & How it Got There. St. Andrew’s Church of England. Brisbane, Australia.

8/20/1981

T131

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Threefold Secret of the Holy Spirit, Missions Today.  St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Brisbane, Australia.

8/21/1981

T132

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, The Inerrant Word. Wavell Heights Presbyterian Church. Final meeting in Brisbane, Australia.

8/21/1981

T133

c

David K. Winter, Westmont College Board of Trustees Newsletter

9/14/1981

T134

c

2

Dr. Harold Lindsell, The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament

12/31/

1981

T135

c

2

Dr. Harold Lindsell, The Bible - The Foundation

12/27/

1981

T136

c

2

Side 1: Dr. Hudson T. Armerding, Conformity or Transformation, 123rd Wheaton College Baccalaureate. Side 2: Charles W. Colson, Daring to be Christian, 123rd Commencement (Excerpts).

May 1982

T137

c

2

The Inauguration of J. Richard Chase, sixth president of Wheaton College.

9/17/1982

T138

c

2

Interview with Harold Lindsell with Lindsell about free enterprise and socialism on the radio program, Telephone Time. Interview is on second side.

11/23/

1982

T139

c

2

Interview with Harold Lindsell with Lindsell about nuclear weapons on the radio program, Telephone Time.

5/4/1983

T140

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, What Happens When You Don’t Believe the Infallibility of the Bible.

5/15/1983

T141

c

2

Side 1: Dr. J. Richard Chase, President, 124th Baccalaureate of Wheaton College. Side 2: Dr. Hudson T. Armerding, President Emeritus, 124th Commencement (Excerpts, Undergraduate Ceremony).

5/15-16/1983

T142

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Liberalism at Westmont - A Sign of the End Times

12/26/

1983

T143

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 1. Side 1: Jill Briscoe, Crumbling Clay/Isaiah 64:8, Interview with Christopher A. Lyons. Side 2: Ben Patterson, Scars from an Old Wound/Luke 1:5-25.

1983

T144

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 2. Side 1: Lloyd John Ogilvie, Awesome Power of Speech, James 3:1-8, Side 2: Paul S. Rees, Favorite Sermon Illustrations.

1983

T145

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 3. Side 1: Charles L. Allen, The Greatest Sermon/ 1 Corinthians 15, Side 2: Gardner C. Taylor, The Twenty-Third for the Eighty-Third/Psalm 23.

1983

T146

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 4. Side 1: D. Stuart Briscoe, The Meaning of Discipleship/John 1:35-51; 6, Side 2: Stephen W. Brown, Favorite Sermon Illustrations.

1983

T147

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 6. Side 1: Louis H. Evans, Jr., How to Handle Anger/ 1 Samuel 18:1-11, Side 2: Louis H. Evans, Jr., God Has No Grandsons/ Romans 8:15-16.

1983

T148

c

2

Side 1: Charles R. Swindoll, Be Bullish! Side 2: Charles R. Swindoll, Checklist for Choosing Church Leaders.

2/19/1984

T149

c

2

Side 1: Dr. David Winter, Westmont College Day, Mrs. Jill Briscoe, Chapel. Side 2: Mrs. Jill Briscoe (cont.), Charles Colson, 1984-Christ or Big Brother?, Westmont College Commencement.

4/14/1984,

1/14/1985,

5/6/1984

T150

c

Charles Colson, Westmont College Commencement.

5/6/1984

T151

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Why Believe The Bible?

9/10/1984

T152

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, What The Bible Says About Itself.

9/17/1984

T153

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, What the Church Has Always Believed About the Bible.

9/24/1984

T154

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Liberalism in the Mainline Denominations.

10/1/1984

T155

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Fuller Seminary, Part 1.

10/15/

1984

T156

c

Dr. Richard Pierard, Evangelical Theological Society President, Southwestern Seminary Talk.

10/18/

1984

T157

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Fuller Seminary, Part 2.

10/22/

1984

T158

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Liberalism in the Southern Baptist Convention.

10/29/

1984

T159

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Lutheran Church-- Missouri Synod.

11/5/1984

T160

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, The Historical-Critical Method.

11/19/

1984

T161

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Where Do We Go From Here?.

11/26/

1984

T162

c

Question time during the Faith 1984 conference, sponsored by the Center for Judaic-Christian Studies Conference. Questions deal Christian doctrine and view of the Bible.

1984

T163

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 7. Side 1:Kenneth L. Chafin, Easter Means Hope / Luke 23:55-24:5. Side 2: David L. McKenna, Born to Live / John 12:20-32.

1984

T164

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 8. Side 1: David A. Hubbard, After Easter: The Kingdom / Acts 1:1-11. Side 2: James Earl Massey, Christ the Center / Colossians 1:15-20.

1984

T165

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 12. Side 1: Gordon MacDonald, Where Can God Be Found? / Isaiah 57:15. Side 2: Erwin W. Lutzer, Life in the Penalty Box / Exodus 2:11-22.

1984

T166

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 14. Side 1: Haddon Robinson, High Pitch of Devotion / 2 Samuel 23:13-17. Side 2: Charles R. Swindoll, A Heart of Gratitude / Psalm 103.

1984

T167

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 15. Side 1: Paul B. Smith, Christmas Through Mary’s Eyes / Luke 2:26-38. Side 2: David A. Seamands, What Will You See in Christmas? / Luke 2:15-20.

1984

T168

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 16. Side 1: Richard J. Foster, Fasting, 20th Century Style / Matthew 6:16-18. Interview with Arthur DeKruyter. Side 2: John A. Huffman, Jr., Let’s Talk About Money / Luke 12:13-34.

1984

T169

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 17. Side 1: Jay Kesler, Lost Sheep, Coins, and Men / Luke 15. Interview with Ralph L. Lewis. Side 2: Fred B. Craddock, Who Cares? / Acts 4:32-35.

1984

T170

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 19. Side 1: Dennis F. Kinlaw, An Unexpected Witness / John 18:1-14. D. James Kennedy, A Thief in Paradise / Luke 23:39-43. Side 2: A Thief in Paradise (cont.). Everett L. Fullam, Come! See! Go! Tell! / Matthew 28:1-7.

1985

T171

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 21. Side 1: Os Guinness, A Faith that Functions / Acts 27. Interview with John A. Huffman Jr. Side 2: John Perkins, Lord, Give Us Leaders Who Can Lead Us to Justice / Hebrews 11:23-29.

1985

T172

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 28. Side 1: Oswald Hoffmann, Who Wants to Live Forever? / John 11:25-26. Hoffmann/Hybels Interview. Side 2: Bill Hybels, A Look at Hell / Matthew 13:47-51.

1985

T173

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 29. Side 1: R. C. Sproul, Loving a Holy God / Isaiah 6:1-8. Fred Smith Interview. Side 2: Howard Vanderwell, Insights from the Valley / Philippians 4:11-13.

1985

T174

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 30. Side 1: Bruce Thielemann, Tide Riding / Matthew 26:36-46. Haddon Robinson Workshop: Introductions. Side 2: Donald Hoke, The Stockholm Syndrome / 1 John 2:15-17.

1985

T175

c

The Fundamentalist Hour radio program, KKLA.

5/11/1986

T176

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of Revelation.

5/25/1986

T177

c

Dr. Lyle Dorsett during a Wheaton College chapel giving the story of his own conversion to faith in Christ Jesus.

9/15/1986

T178

c

Dr. A. E. Wilder-Smith, Creation/Evolution Controversy.

10/26/

1986

T179

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of Matthew.

12/14/

1986

T180

c

Nairobi ‘86. Second Prison Fellowship International Triennial Conference. Keynote Address. Jaime Cardinal Sin.

1986

T181

c

Nairobi ‘86. Second Prison Fellowship International Triennial Conference. Bishop Sundar Clarke.

1986

T182

c

Nairobi ‘86. Second Prison Fellowship International Triennial Conference. Charles W. Colson. Public Rally.

1986

T183

c

Nairobi ‘86. Second Prison Fellowship International Triennial Conference. Rev. Gordon Loux.

1986

T184

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 31. Side 1: John Guest, Jesus is Alive / 1 Corinthians 15:1-9. Interview with John Guest. Side 2: Christopher Lyons, God’s Training Program / Jeremiah 12:5.

1986

T185

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 34. Side 1: Bill Hybels, Your Everafter: Heaven / Ecclesiastes 3:11. Gordon MacDonald Workshop. Side 2: John Maxwell, God Gives Through People / Acts 3:1-16.

1986

T186

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in New port Beach, California on the book of Matthew (chapter 9).

1/18/1987

T187

c

Dr. J. Richard Chase talking about the success of Wheaton College’s most recent fund raising campaign.

2/27/1987

T188

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Newport Beach, California on the book of Matthew.

3/22/1987

T189

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. America’s False Prophets and Preaching to an Apostate People.

4/5/1987

T190

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. America’s God-forsaken Churches plus An Exposition of Matthew 21:9-17.

4/12/1987

T191

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. America’s Powerless Evangelist plus An Exposition of Judges 16:1-31.

5/3/1987

T192

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. How Thieme and MacArthur Have Destroyed Conscience-Probing Preaching.

9/20/1987

T193

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 47. Side 1: Stuart Briscoe, Ordinary Folks Make Great Disciples / Mark 8. Interview with Fred Smith. Side 2: Earl Palmer, A Durable Hope / Matthew 21:28-32.

1987

T194

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 48. Side 1: Bruce Thielemann, Dealing with Discouragement / Luke 19:37-42. Leith Anderson, Unlistened to Lessons of Life / Exodus 8. Side 2: Unlistened to Lessons of Life (cont). David Seamands, For Your Camels Also / Genesis 24:9.

1987

T195

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 49. Side 1: Bill Hybels, The Mystery of Unanswered Prayer. Knute Larson Workshop: Faithful Endurance. Side 2: Knute Larson Workshop (cont). R. C. Sproul, The Insanity of Luther / Romans 1:14-17.

1987

T196

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 50. Side 1: Charles Swindoll, Reasons to be Thankful / Psalm 138. David Hocking Interview. Side 2: Fred B. Craddock, When the Roll is Called Down Here / Romans 16:1-6.

1987

T197

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 51. Side 1: Calvin Miller, The Mind of a Servant / Philippians 2:1-11. Darrell Johnson, For Those Who Are Disappointed / John 3 and 7. Side 2: Darrell Johnson sermon (cont). W. Frank Harrington, The Love That Brought Him / Revelation 1:4-6.

1987

T198

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 52. Side 1: Bill Pannell, Singing in the Rain / Psalm 42. John Stott Workshop, The Definition of Expository Preaching. Side 2: John Stott Workshop (cont). Jill Briscoe, Yet Will I Praise Thee / Habakkuk 3:19.

1987

T199

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 54. Side 1: Howard Hendricks, The Message of Mistakes / Mark 14:27-72. Earl Palmer Workshop: The Hard Work of Preaching. Side 2: Earl Palmer Workshop (cont). Earl Palmer, The Foolish and the Wise / Matthew 7:24-29.

1987

T263

c

Chuck Colson, Congress of the Bible II.

1987

T200

c

Dr. Paul E. Toms, Generosity and Grace, 2 Corinthians 8:1-9.

1/24/1988

T201

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of James (1: 1-12).

3/6/1988

T202

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of James (2:1-15).

3/20/1988

T203

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of James (2:12).

4/10/1988

T204

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. The Sins of Biola, #2 in the Biola Series.

4/17/1988

T205

c

Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr. Evolution and Abortion at Biola, #3 in the Biola Series.

4/24/1988

T206

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of James.

4/24/1988

T207

c

2

Side 1: Dr. J. Richard Chase, 129th Wheaton College Baccalaureate Message. Side 2: Dr. Charles W. Colson, 129th Wheaton College Commencement Address.

5/15/1988

T208

c

Dr. Harllee Bordeaux with Dr. R. L. Hymers, Jr.

5/15/1988

T209

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of James (5:12-20).

5/22/1988

T210

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of John (4).

10/23/

1988

T211

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 55. Side 1: Roger Thompson, The Good News is: the Bad News is Wrong / Ecclesiastes 3:1-14. Earl Palmer Workshop: Five “Birddogging” Questions for Biblical Exposition. Side 2: Earl Palmer Workshop (cont). Bruce Thielemann, Christian Imperator / 1 Corinthians 15.

1988

T212

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 56. Side 1: Haddon Robinson, A Good Lesson from a Bad Example / Luke 12:16-21. Frederick Buechner Interview: The Words We Use to Preach. Side 2: Frederick Buechner Interview (cont). Frederick Buechner, What Are We Going to Be? / 1 Peter 2:1-3, 9.

1988

T213

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 57. Side 1: James S. Stewart, The Rending of the Veil / Mark 15:38. Bill Hybels, The Character Crisis / Jeremiah 17:9, James 3:1. Side 2: Bill Hybels (cont). H. Lewis Patrick, The Roaring of the Lord / Psalm 29.

1988

T214

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 58. Side 1: Stephen Brown, A Calvinist Talks about His Friend, John Wesley / Psalm 130. Stephen Brown Interview with Haddon Robinson. Side 2: Stephen Brown Interview (cont). Jay Kesler, Our Majestic God / Psalm 8.

1988

T215

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 59. Side 1: James Forbes, A Deeply Moving Religious Experience / Genesis 45:1-9. James Forbes Interview: The Spirituality of Preaching. Side 2: James Forbes Interview (cont). Darrell Johnson, The Gift of Vision / Revelation 5.

1988

T216

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 60. Side 1: Walter Wangerin, Jr., Bless Me in Your Suffering / John 14:27. John Killinger Interview: Staying Out of Preaching Ruts. Side 2: John Killinger Interview (cont). John Killinger, The Season of Youth / Luke 9:51, 23:33-34.

1988

T217

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 61. Side 1: Lewis B. Smedes, The Journey to Integrity / Psalm 26:1. Calvin Miller Workshop: The Case for Storytelling. Side 2: Calvin Miller Workshop (cont). Robert L. Roxburgh, The Right Ambition / Philippians 3:1-10.

1988

T218

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 62. Side 1: David A. Seamands, Instruction for Thanksgiving / Psalm 116:12-14. Haddon Robinson Workshop: Illustrations: Part 1. Side 2: Haddon Robinson Workshop (cont). Phil Lineberger, Great People Do for Others / Mark 9:33-37.

1988

T219

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 63. Side 1: Bruce W. Thielemann, Hark! The Herald Angels / Luke 2:8-14. Haddon Robinson Workshop: Illustrations: Part 2. Side 2: Haddon Robinson Workshop (cont). Vic Pentz, On Beyond Zebra / Matthew 1:18-25.

1988

T220

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 64. Side 1: Roger Thompson, Children of Promise / Psalm 127. Harold Myra Interview: Children’s Sermons. Side 2: Harold Myra Interview (cont). Harry Kilbride, Despise Not These Little Ones / Mark 10:13-16.

1988

T221

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 65. Side 1: Robert M. Norris, Triumphing Over the Past / 1 Corinthians 15:1-11. Fred Craddock: New Testament Study and Preaching. Side 2: Fred Craddock (cont). Benjamin F. Reaves, Living Expectantly / Isaiah 43:18-19.

1988

T222

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of John.

3/19/1989

T223

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of John.

4/30/1989

T224

c

Lydia Sarandan leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on Psalm 139.

5/7/1989

T225

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell. 2 Corinthians.

10/1/1989

T226

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 67. Side 1: R. C. Sproul, God or Chance? / 1 Sam. 6:7-9. R. C. Sproul Interview. Side 2: Sproul Interview (cont). Marguerite Shuster, Caution! / 2 Sam. 6:1-15.

1989

T227

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 68. Side 1: Paul Borden, Choices / 1 Sam. 3. Paul Borden Interview: Preaching Narratives. Side 2: Paul Borden Interview (cont). John R. Bisagno, He Shall Direct Thy Paths / Proverbs 3:1-6.

1989

T228

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 69. Side 1: Bill Hybels, The New Age Movement / Matthew 9:36, Heb. 9:27. Stuart Briscoe Interview. Side 2: Stuart Briscoe Interview (cont). Stuart Briscoe, The Last Temptation of Christ / Luke 4:1-14.

1989

T229

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 70. Side 1: Howard Hendricks, Charge to Joseph Stowell / 2 Timothy 2:15. David McKenna Workshop: Preach the Word. Side 2: David McKenna Workshop (cont). Vic Pentz, Come to the Banquet / Matt. 22:1-14.

1989

T230

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 71. Side 1: Howard D. Vanderwell, Memorial Service for Robert Huizenga / Luke 8:22-25. Fred Craddock Workshop: Sermon Forms. Side 2: Fred Craddock Workshop (cont). Richard H. Flick, Memorial Service for Heather Gillan / Mark 10:13-16.

1989

T231

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 72. Side 1: Bruce Larson, What About Sudden Conversion? / Luke 19:1-10. Dan Bauman Workshop: Conclusions. Side 2: Dan Bauman Workshop (cont). John A. Huffman, Jr., Equipped to Face the Two Biggest Fears in the World / 1 Cor. 15:1-21.

1989

T232

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 73. Side 1: Anthony Evans, Life: Where’s the Beef? / John 10:7-10. Ron Lee Davis Workshop: Effective Preaching. Side 2: Ron Lee Davis Workshop (cont). Donald W. McCullough, Now is the Time / Psalm 90, Eph. 5:15-16.

1989

T233

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 74. Side 1: John Killinger, The Key to Better Living / Zechariah 4:1-10. John Killinger Workshop: Preparing for Preaching. Side 2: John Killinger Workshop (cont). Ron Lee Davis, Rejoicing in our Suffering / Romans 5:1-5.

1989

T234

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 75. Side 1: Bruce W. Thielemann, Glory to God in the Lowest / Luke 2:1-20. Vic Pentz, Levi’s Genes / Matthew 1:1-17. Side 2: Levi’s Genes (cont). David Krentel, Grace at Christmas / Matthew 1:1-17.

1989

T235

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 76. Side 1: Howard Hendricks, The Problem of Discrimination / James 2:1-13. John Killinger Workshop: Where Ideas Come From. Side 2: John Killinger Workshop (cont). Roberta Hestenes, God and the Hebrew Midwives / Exodus 1:11-22.

1989

T236

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 77. Side 1. Earl Palmer, Zacchaeus / Luke 19:1-10. Ralph Bell Workshop: Extending the Evangelistic Invitation. Side 2: Ralph Bell Workshop (cont). David Erickson, Encounter: The Vision of Witnessing / Acts 9:10-19.

1989

T237

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 78. Side 1. Bruce Larson, When Your Enemy Prospers / Jonah 4:1-11. Warren Wiersbe Workshop: A Philosophy of Preaching. Side 2: Warren Wiersbe Workshop (cont). Mike Huckabee, The Practice of Patience / James 1: 1-8.

1989

T238

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell leading a class at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach, California on the book of Ephesians.

4/22/1990

T239

c

2

Side 1: Gordon -Conwell Theological Seminary. Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Dr. Alice Winters. Side 2: Commencement address, Honorable John Ashcroft.

5/10-11/1990

T240

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 79. Side 1: John R. W. Stott, The Up-to-the-Minute Relevance of the Resurrection / John 20:24-29. Warren Wiersbe Workshop: Preparing a Sermon. Side 2: Warren Wiersbe Workshop (cont) John A. Lares, Good News for a Weeping World / John 20:10-18.

1990

T241

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 80. Side 1: Haddon Robinson, Good Guys, Bad Guys, and Us Guys / Luke 18:9-14. John Guest Workshop: Preaching to the Whole Person. Side 2: John Guest Workshop (cont). Bill Hybels, The Often-overlooked Benefits of Losing / Psalm 51.

1990

T242

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 81. Side 1: B. Clayton Bell, Sr., How Do You Catch the Wind? / Acts 2:14-24. John Killinger Workshop: Variety in Preaching. Side 2: John Killinger Workshop (cont). Earl Palmer, New Beginnings / Acts 15:36-41.

1990

T243

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 82. Side 1: Jeremiah Wright, The Audacity to Hope / 1 Samuel 1:1-18. Gordon Johnson Interview: Biographical Preaching. Side 2: Gordon Johnson Interview (cont). Gordon Johnson, Finding Significance in Obscurity / Acts 9:10-19.

1990

T244

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 83. Side 1: David McCullough, Blessed Are the Pure in Heart / Matthew 5:8. William Willimon Interview: Preaching to a Disinclined World. Side 2: William Willimon Interview (cont). John Claypool, You Don’t Have to Be Good to Come to Christ / Acts 5:1-11.

1990

T245

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 84. Side 1: Jill Briscoe, Loving God with All Your Heart / Luke 10:25-37. William Willimon Interview: Preaching to a Disinclined World. Side 2: William Willimon Interview (cont). Stanley Collins, He is Able / 2 Timothy 4:1-8.

1990

T246

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 85. Side 1: Jay Kesler, Lost in Space / Luke 15. Keith Price Workshop: Preparing Myself to Preach. Side 2: Keith Price Workshop (cont.) Joel Gregory, He Cannot Be Hid / Mark 7:24.

1990

T247

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 86. Side 1: John Killinger, Thanks Be to God / Psalm 103. Keith Price Workshop: Preparing My Sermon. Side 2: Keith Price Workshop (cont). Roger Thompson, A Lifestyle Inventory / 2 Corinthians 8:1-7.

1990

T248

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 87. Side 1: Ben Patterson, A Faith Like Mary’s / Luke 1:26-38. John W. Yates II, Christ’s Birth and Your Birth / Luke 2:1-14. Side 2: John Yates sermon (cont). D. James Kennedy, Merry Tifton / 2 Corinthians 9:15.

1990

T249

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 88. Side 1: R. C. Sproul, We’ve Grown Accustomed to His Grace / Luke 13:1-5. Fred Craddock Workshop: The Difficulty of Preaching. Side 2: Fred Craddock Workshop (cont). Vic Pentz, A Twinge of Nostalgia / Acts 1:4-11.

1990

T250

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 89. Side 1: Lawrence J. Crabb, Jr., Take an Inside Look / Matthew 23:26. Stuart Briscoe Workshop: The Importance of Preaching. Side 2: Stuart Briscoe Workshop (cont). Stuart Briscoe, What About Shaky Marriages? / 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.

1990

T251

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 90. Side 1: Darrell Johnson, The King Whose Scepter Is a Towel / John 13:1-17. Stuart Briscoe Workshop: The Message and Response. Side 2: Stuart Briscoe Workshop (cont). Earl Palmer, He Lives, as He Said He Would / Mark 16:1-8.

1990

T252

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, 1 Corinthians.

2/24/1991

T253

c

In Celebration of the Life of J. Duncan Brown - October 4, 1923 - October 6, 1991.

10/1991

T254

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 91. Side 1: William Willimon, Some Way to Run a Farm / Matthew 13:24-30. William Willimon Workshop: The Pastor as Preacher. Side 2: William Willimon Workshop (cont). Barbara Taylor, Words We Tremble to Say Aloud / Matthew 10:27.

1991

T255

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 92. Side 1: Ron Lee Davis, Introducing Your Child to Christ / Deuteronomy 6:1-23. Fred Craddock Workshop: The Nod of Recognition. Side 2: Fred Craddock Workshop (cont). Joel Gregory, Motherhood and the Sovereignty of God / Genesis 27:1-13, Exodus 2:1-10.

1991

T256

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 93. Side 1: Haddon Robinson, The Wisdom of Small Creatures / Proverbs 30:24-28. Fred Craddock Workshop: The Shock of Recognition. Side 2: Fred Craddock Workshop (cont). Jeannette Clift George, Belonging and Becoming.

1991

T257

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 96. Side 1: Everett Fullam, Life on Wings / Proverbs 30:18-19. Workshop: A Word That Wakes the World / Os Guinness. Side 2: Os Guinness Workshop (cont). Leighton Ford, Hope for a Great Forever / John 14:2.

1991

T258

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 97. Side 1: Bill Hybels, God’s Attitude Toward Prayer / Luke 18:1-8. William Willimon Workshop, Preaching the Parables. Side 2: William Willimon Workshop (cont). Eugene Lowry, Down the Up Staircase / Matthew 18:22-34.

1991

T259

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 98. Side 1: Steve Brown, How to Keep it Going / Hebrews 12:1-2. Workshop: Preaching the Parables (Part 2), William Willimon. Side 2: Workshop (cont). Andy Stanley, Conviction Vs. Preference / Daniel 1,3.

1991

T260

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 99. Side 1: Erwin Lutzer, Learning to Love / Luke 6:32-33. Workshop: Preaching with Relevance, Stuart Briscoe. Side 2: Stuart Briscoe Workshop (cont). Howard Vanderwell, Christian Singles / Mark 3:31, John 11,12.

1991

T261

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 101. Side 1: Howard Hendricks, Beyond the Bottom Line / Matthew 5:13-16. Workshop: Just When I Learned to Speak, Everyone Stopped Listening by Paul Borden. Side 2: Paul Borden Workshop (cont). Jim Dethmer, Walking Toward Wholeness / Mark 14:66-72, John 21.

1991

T262

c

2

Preaching Today, Tape 102. Side 1: Haddon Robinson, A Case Study of a Mugging / Luke 10:25-37. Worship: What We’re Doing, and Why / John 4:20-24, by Everett Fullam. Side 2: What We’re Doing, and Why (cont). John Stott, Freedom / John 8:36.

1991

T5

c

--

Harold Lindsell, class lecture on inerrancy and prophecy. Harold Lindsell speaking in a Campus Crusade broadcast on The Bible as the Source of Authority.

n.d.

T12

r

--

WTTG-TV (Washington, D.C.) Community Dialogue show. Panel discussion concerning the clergy's role in social action. Panel: Fr. William A. Went, Episcopal pastor; Rev. James McDonald, Presbyterian pastor; Harold Lindsell; Ernest F. Henry, lawyer, Episcopal layman. Yale Newman, WTTG, moderator.

n.d.

T25

c

--

Dale Moody, What is Man? Address delivered to an audience in southern Illinois, discussing the problems inherent in reconciling scripture and scientific knowledge.

n.d.

T38

r

--

Consultation of Christian Scholars. Discussion of George Mavrodes paper.

n.d.

T40

r

--

Discussion by Dr. Gary Collins on the theories and work of Paul Tournier. See also CN 8, Records of Christianity Today, tape s T28 and T29. This tape is number 2 in a series of 3, of which T28 is number 1 and T29 is number 3.

n.d.

T42

r

--

Sermons by Pastor Walt Chantry.

n.d.

T61

c

--

Christian Bible Society. Five 60-second radio spots concerning Bible reading.

n.d.

T62

c

--

Christian Bible Society. Radio Spots. Not a duplication of T61.

n.d.

T63

c

--

Christian Bible Society. Sonday Sonshine [sic] broadcast. Interview with Elvin Hayes, of the Washington Bullets basketball team.

n.d.

T64

c

--

Christian Bible Society. Sonday Sonshine broadcast, Interview with Ann Martin, housewife from Indianapolis.

n.d.

T65

c

--

Christian Bible Society. The Good Word for Today broadcast. Interview with Frank Hiam of Thomas Nelson Bible Publishers, and with Sheryl Andrews, author and doctor's wife. Bill Steensland, host.

n.d.

T66

c

--

Bill Bright, The Great Commission.

n.d.

T67

c

--

Bill Bright, A Christmas Message for Our Special Friends.

n.d.

T69

c

--

Wayne Dehoney motion at the Southern Baptist Convention re inerrancy. Speakers in favor of motion and those opposed. See Folder 7-7.

n.d.

T71

c

--

Duke McCall, president Louisville Seminary. Chapel address re Southern Baptist Convention. Includes a story of a personal interview with George Wallace.

n.d.

T80

c

--

Howard Hendricks, addresses at Wheaton College (?), The Problem of Pain and The Problem of Temptation. Series: Christianity in Blue Jeans.

n.d.

T83

c

2

Keswick Convention. Side 1: Leith Samuel, In Pursuit of Spiritual Power. Side 2: Raymond Brown, Open Doors.

n.d.

T84

c

--

Arthur Johnston, sermon on Romans 8:14.

n.d.

T87

c

--

A Jewish Odyssey: From Abraham to You. Narrative of Biblical history by the American Board of Missions to the Jews.

n.d.

T91

c

--

Aaron Gast, president of the United Presbyterian Foundation, formerly pastor of Germantown (Pennsylvania) Presbyterian Church, The Peace and Power of Easter.

n.d.

T92

c

--

John Van der Hoven, message delivered at the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem to a tour group which included Dr. and Mrs. Harold Lindsell.

n.d.

T95

r

--

Reel 1 of 2. Joseph Fletcher - John W. Montgomery Debate, San Diego State College.

n.d.

T96

r

--

Reel 2 of 2. Fletcher-Montgomery Debate.

n.d.

T98

r

3 3/4

167

2

Walter, Walter, Effective Foreign Policy and Paris via Peking.

n.d.

T115

r

--

Harold Lindsell, Introduction to Apologetics and Why Study Apologetics? Campus Crusade for Christ, International.

n.d.

T116

r

--

Harold Lindsell, The Bible the Source of Authority and Fulfilled Prophecy. Campus Crusade for Christ, International.

n.d.

T117

r

--

Harold Lindsell, Miracles and The Resurrection. Campus Crusade for Christ, International.

n.d.

T118

r

--

Harold Lindsell, Personal Experience and Liberalism. Campus Crusade for Christ, International.

n.d.

T264

c

The Francis Asbury Society, A Report and Message by Dr. Dennis Kinlaw, President.

n.d.

T265

c

Battle for the Bible by Harold Lindsell.

n.d.

T266

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Evangelical Theological Society and InterVarsity (Recorded one side from another tape).

n.d.

T267

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Liberation Theology.

n.d.

T268

c

Dr. Harold Lindsell, Questions and Answers, Evangelical College.

n.d.

T269

c

Is John Wayne in Hell? Robert L. Hymers.

n.d.

T270

c

To Know the Friendly God, A Special Report Living Bible International.

n.d.

T271

c

Triumph from Tragedy: A Belfast Mother’s Story - with introduction b Charles Colson.

n.d.



*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-76
Type of Material: Filmstrip

The following items have are located in the FILMSTRIP FILE:


FS1 - American Festival of Evangelism, Kansas City, MO. Accompanying cassette tape T34; July 27-30, 1981.



*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-71
Type of Material: Negatives

The following item is located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Title at the beginning of the entry below:


LINDSELL, HAROLD. Harold Lindsell's children Judith, Joanne, Nancy and John; 1 color; ca.1955.



*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-71; 13-16
Type of Material: Oversize Materials

The following items are located in the OS FILE; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:


THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY: ENERGY (OS 16). Printed map. Brussels: Commission of the European Communities; 1968.

HIDDEN PEOPLES, 1980 (OS 16). Poster. U.S. Center for World Mission; 1980.

HOLY LAND TODAY (OS 16). Printed map. National Geographic; 1964.

JOURNEY TO ANTIQUITY CRUISE (OS 16). Photocopy of Manuscript Map; October 9, 1975, revised November 12, 1975.

LANDS OF THE BIBLE TODAY (OS 16). Printed map. National Geographic; 1967.

PENETRATING THE LAST FRONTIERS (OS 16). Poster. U.S. Center for World Mission; 1978.

TWO THOUSAND YEARS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION (OS 16). Poster. U.S. Center for World Mission; 1978.

WORLD POPULATION ESTIMATES, 1976 (OS 16). Poster. The Environmental Fund; 1976.

WORLD POPULATION ESTIMATES, 1977 (OS 16). Poster. The Environmental Fund; 1977.

CERTFICATES; 1938-1993 (OS16). Collection certificates Lindsell received over the years:
Membership certificate, National Social Science Honor Society - Pi Gamma Mu, January 14th, 1938; Membership certificate, Scholastic Honor Society, Wheaton College, April 1st, 1938; Diploma for or Bachelor of Science degree, Wheaton College, Wheaton-Illinois, June 13th, 1938; Diploma for Master of Arts in History degree; University of California, Berkeley; May 20th, 1939; Certificate of Ordination, First Baptist Church at Columbia, SC, May 21st, 1944; Sheet music for the hymns I Consecrate Myself to Thee and When Jesus Passed By; lyrics by Harold Lindsell and music by H. Leland Green. 1954; Centennial Award, Wheaton College, Wheaton-Illinois, June 13rd, 1960; certificate of appreciation from Westmont College for service on the Board of Trustees, 1975; Recognition & retirement certificate, Christianity Today, April 25th, 1978; Diploma for Honorary Degree of Doctor of Law, Chinese for Christ Theological Seminary, May 30th, 1987; a certification of appreciation from Gordon Conwell Seminary for Lindsell’s service as chairman of the board of trustees, 1989; certificate of appreciation from Chrisitanity Today, Inc. For Lindsell’s service on the board of directors, 1993



*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-76
Type of material: Phonograph Records
The following items are located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:

Item#, size in inches, speed, length per side, contents , date


 #

Size

RPM

Min. per side

Record Company

Contents

Date

P1

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Old Testament Survey Series. Lesson 11. Old Testament Survey: Ruth. J. Vernon McGee; 1957. 16-107-A

1957

Side 2: Lesson 12. Old Testament Survey: I Chronicles--Malachi. Gleason L. Archer, Jr. 16-107-B

P2

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: New Testament Survey. Lesson 41. Matthew, Part 1. J. Vernon McGee. 16-122-A

1957

Side 2: Lesson 42. Matthew, Part 2. J. Vernon McGee. 16-122-B

P3

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith: Lesson 77. Why Believe the Bible. Harold Lindsell. 16-140-A.

1957

Side 2: Lesson 78. God the Father. Harold Lindsell. 16-140-B.

P4

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith Lesson 79. God the Son. Harold Lindsell. 16-141-A.

1957

Side 2: Lesson 80. God the Holy Spirit. Charles J. Woodbridge. 16-141-B.

P5

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith: Lesson 81. Forgiveness and Sins. Charles J. Woodbridge. 16-142-A.

1957

Side 2: Lesson 82. The Virgin Birth. Harold Lindsell. 16-142-B.

P6

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith: Lesson 83. The Resurrection of Christ. Harold Lindsell. 16-143-A.

1957

Side 2: Lesson 84.The Ascension of Christ. Charles J. Woodbridge. 16-143-B.

P7

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith. Lesson 87. Repentance. Harold Lindsell.16-145-A.

1957

Side 2: Lesson 88. Faith. Harold Lindsell. 16-145-B.

P8

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith. Lesson 91. Assurance. Harold Lindsell. 16-147-A

1957

Side 2: Lesson 92. Sanctification. Harold Lindsell. 16-147-B.

P9

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: Great Doctrines of the Christian Faith. Lesson 93. The Life of Victory. Harold Lindsell. 16-148-A

1957

Side 2: Lesson 94. The Believer and the World. Charles J. Woodbridge. 16-148-B

P10

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: . Book Study. Lesson 149 Study in Philippians, Part 1. V. Raymond Edman. 16-176-A

1959

Side 2: Lesson 150. Book Study: Study in Philippians, Part 2. V. Raymond Edman. 16-176-B

P11

7

16 2/3

--

Audio Bible College, a division of Sacred Records

Side 1: . Book Study. Lesson 149 Study in Philippians, Part 3. V. Raymond Edman. 16-177-A

1959

Side 2: Lesson 150. Book Study: Study in Philippians, Part 4. V. Raymond Edman. 16-177-B

P12

7

45

--

Singspiration / Sacred Recordings

Side 1: F. Carlton Booth, Tenor and Herman Voss, organist. The Stranger of Galilee and Sing. S-1023-A-45.

N.d.

Side 2: Holy, Holy, is What the Angels Sing. S-1023-B-45.

P13

7

16 2/3

--

--

Side 1: Ten Studies in Biblical Prophecy by Dr. Wilbur M. Smith, Fuller Theological Seminary. Lesson 1. 16-155-A

N.d.

Side 2: Lesson 2. 16-155-B

P14

7

16 2/3

--

--

Side 1: Ten Studies in Biblical Prophecy by Dr. Wilbur M. Smith, Fuller Theological Seminary. Lesson 5. 16-157-A

N.d.

Side 2: --

P15

7

16 2/3

--

--

Side 1: Ten Studies in Biblical Prophecy by Dr. Wilbur M. Smith, Fuller Theological Seminary. Lesson 7. 158-A

N.d.

Side 2: Lesson 8. 158-B

 



*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-76, 92-124, 95-9
Type of Material: Photographs

The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below:

BGEA INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES PORTFOLIO. 22 color: Title photo; 1978 Poland Crusade; India: Good News Festival - Madras, Dec. 1977; Australia Crusade - Sydney, Apr-May 1979; Television ministry (Germany); Mission to Oxford and Cambridge at Oxford, Jan. 1980; Mission to Oxford and Cambridge at Cambridge, Jan. 1980; Billy Graham with natives in India; India, Africa, Guatemala, Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) and Thailand relief work; Zimbabwe aircraft; Films Joni and The Hiding Place; Billy Graham with Dan Rather; Billy Graham with David Hartman; Billy Graham 1970/80 Christmas Special; Billy and Ruth Graham with Muhammad Ali; Closing photo - fishing scene.

BUSH, GEORGE HERBERT WALKER. 1 color. Bush being sworn in by Chief Justice William Renquist while Barbara Bush watches. Facsimile of Bush’s signature a bottom of photo. 1989.

CASTRO, EMILIO. 1 b&w. From Folder 7-18.

COOLEY, ROBERT E. 1 b&w, from Folder 5-7. N.d.

FAR EAST BROADCASTING COMPANY. 3 color. Groundbreaking ceremony for the Christian Center in Khabarovsk, Russia by the FEBC, as described in John Sung Letter dated 10/1/1992 in folder 22-3.

GRIMSTEAD, JAY. 2 color. Snapshots of Grimstead (with beard) and an unidentified man and with Harold Lindsell. 1992.

LINDSELL, HAROLD. 21 b&w & 7 color. Portrait photos, with Dr. & Mrs. Nelson Bell (from folder 7-28), with the board of trustees of Wheaton College, with the board of trustees of Gordon Conwell Seminary, with his wife Marion, with Art and Helen Siml, in front of a map showing Fuller Seminary graduates. 1962-1993, n.d.

LITTLE, PAUL E. 1 b&w. From Folder 7-18.

WHEATON COLLEGE. Board of Trustees. 1979. 1 b&w. From Folder 9-31.

*****

LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 81-76
Type of Material: Slides

The following items are located in the SLIDE FILE as indicated below:


SLIDE FILE BOX 10:

S1-S55 - "Slides on Korea." Set of 55 slides produced by the Korean Evangelical Educational Association (Kirkwood, MO). See complete script accompanying slides, Folder 7-17, for identification. Slide S31 is missing.

S56-S103 - Taiwan, Republic of China, in Slides and Sound. Produced by China Art Films, Ltd. See complete script accompanying slides, Folder 9-24, and cassette tape T34.






Box List

Box

Folder

Folder Titles

Dates

Subseries A. Original Collection 192

1

1

American Family Institute

1979

 

 

American Festival of Evangelism

1

2

 

Correspondence and committee

1978-81

1

3

 

Lists, Papers, Reports

 1979-81

1

4

 

Publicity

1980-81

1

5

America's Future; 1978-81

 

1

6

Articles by other authors

1950-80, n.d.

1

7

Baptist Faith and Message Fellowship

 1977-81

 

 

Battle for the Bible

1

8

 

Christian Reformed Church reaction

1976-79

1

9

 

Correspondence and notes

1975-78

1

10

 

Evangelical Covenant Church/Don Dayton

 1976-78

1

11

 

First draft

n.d.

1

12

 

Fuller Theological Seminary

1975-77

1

13

 

Reader correspondence and reviews

1976-78

1

14

 

Research on Southern Baptist Convention

1969-78

1

15

 

Young Life

1977

 

 

Bible in the Balance

2

1

 

Chapter 2--Notes

1976

2

2

 

Chapter 9--Notes and draft

1978,

2

3

 

Correspondence and publicity

1977-79

2

4

 

Fuller Seminary chapter background

1964-78

2

5

 

Typescript, chapters 1-4

n.d.

2

6

 

Typescript, chapters 5-9

n.d.

2

7

Billy Graham Center

1980

2

8

Billy Graham Evangelistic Association--Reports

1978

2

9

Boards of Trustees; Mailing Addresses

1975-79

 2

10

Cagan, Christopher: Why Churches Become Liberal

1981

2

11

Campus Crusade for Christ: Way of Life Discipleship

1977

  OS16 Certificates 1938-1987

2

12

Christian Action Council

1978-80

2

13

Christian Anti-Communism Crusade

1961-62, 1977-81

 

 

A Christian in Defense of Free Enterprise

2

14

 

Correspondence and first draft

1980, n.d.

2

15

 

Final draft

n.d.

2

16

Christian Leadership Training Center

1977-78

2

17

Christian Stewardship Assistance, Inc.

1976

 

 

Christianity Today

2

18

 

Advance Planning; 1975-78

 

2

19

 

Article ideas; n.d.

 

2

20

 

Board; 1976-78, 1981

 

2

21

 

Budget; 1974-75

 

2

22

 

Correspondence; 1963-64

 

2

23

 

Correspondence; 1968

 

2

24

 

Editorials; 1969-77, n.d.

 

2

25

 

Executive Committee; 1977

 

2

26

 

Kucharsky, Gene; 1975-76

 

2

27

 

Line-ups; 1977-78

 

2

28

 

London office; 1959-62

 

2

29

 

Memoranda; 1976

 

2

30

 

Miscellaneous; 1974-78

 

2

31

 

Myra, Harold; 1979-81

 

2

32

 

New Editor; 1976-77

 

2

33

 

Operation Reports; 1974-78

 

2

34

 

Pastor's Conference; 1976-77

 

2

35

 

Plowman, Edward E.; 1970-75

 

3

1 R

 

Relocation; 1976-77

 

3

2

 

Retreat; 1973

 

3

3

 

Tinder, Donald; 1966-75

 

3

4

 

25th Anniversary Issue; 1981

 

3

5

 

Visiting Professor Program; 1973-75

 

3

6

Church Growth and Current Crucial Problems: Manuscript; n.d.

 

 

 

Church Growth Lectures

3

7

 

Correspondence and Notes; 1965-67

 

3

8

 

Texts; [165-66]

 

3

9

Church League of America; 1972-80

 

3

10

Communism; 1954-61, n.d.

 

10

8

Consultation on the Church in a Secular World; 1967

 

3

11

Consultation on Theology and Mission, Second; 1979

 

 

 

Correspondence

3

12 R

 

Bell, L. Nelson; 1955-64

 

3

13

 

Boice, James M.; 1961-67

 

3

14

 

Bolinder, Garth T.; 1980-81

 

3

15

 

Edman, V. Raymond; 1947-64

 

3

16

 

Farrell, Frank; 1956-66

 

3

17

 

Fuller, Charles E.;1947-62

 

3

18

 

Fuller Theological Seminary, Christianity Today, and Gordon Seminary

1949-71

3

19

 

Gaebelein, Frank E.; 1962-68

 

 

 

 

General

3

20

 

 

1978

 

3

21

 

 

Jan-Apr 1979

 

3

22

 

 

May-Aug 1979

 

3

23

 

 

Sep-Dec 1979

 

3

24

 

 

Jan-Mar 1980

 

3

25

 

 

Apr-Jun 1980

 

3

26

 

 

Jul-Sep 1980

 

3

27

 

 

Oct-Dec 1980

 

4

1

 

 

Jan-Apr 1981

 

4

2

 

 

May-Aug 1981

 

4

3

 

Grace Theological Seminary; 1978-81

 

4

4

 

Henry, Carl F. H.; 1960-69

 

4

5

 

Hymers, Robert L.; 1979-81

 

4

6

 

Kik, J. Marcellus; 1955-57

 

4

7

 

Kucharsky, David; 1961-64, 1978

 

4

8

 

Ockenga, Harold John; 1961, 1973-74, 1978

 

4

9

 

Park Street Church; 1978

 

4

10

 

Peoples' Church, Toronto; 1979-80

 

4

11

 

Pew, J. Howard; 1964-66

 

4

12

 

Stiles, Mervin; 1974, 1980

 

4

13

 

Wilson, George M.; 1972-75

 

4

14

 

Zondervan Publishing House; 1965-67

 

4

15

Cosmos Club; 1976-80

 

 

 

Courses

4

16

 

Christian Doctrine, Apologetics; 1967-68

 

4

17

 

Church History; 1947-49, n.d.

 

4

18

 

Critique of Communism; 1961-62

 

4

19

 

Comparative Religions; ca.1964

 

4

20

 

Missionary Orientation and Preparation; 1950-63

 

4

21

 

Modern Cults; n.d.

 

4

22

Daystar; 1975, n.d.

 

4

23

Development Assistance Services, Inc.; 1977

 

4

24

Embassy of Israel; 1978-80

 

4

25

Equal Rights Amendment; 1974

 

4

26

Evangelical Christian Education Ministries, Inc.; 1973-80

 

4

27

Evangelical Theological Society; 1979-81

 

4

28

Evolution; 1963-80

 

4

29

Festschrift: Wilbur Smith and Everett Harrison; 1976

 

4

30

Foster, Ralph L.: The Amazing Antediluvians; 1975

 

 

 

Free Enterprise

4

31

 

Correspondence and Notes; 1975-80, n.d.

 

4

32

 

Journal Articles; 1975-81

 

4

33

 

Newspaper Clippings; 1962, 1976-81

 

4

34

Fuller Theological Seminary: Correspondence and Notes; 1947, 1964-67

 

4

35

Future Evangelical Concerns; 1977-79

 

 

 

The Gathering Storm

4

36

 

Draft and Notes; 1980, n.d.

 

4

37

 

Typescript; 1980

 

4

38

Genesis; 1956, n.d.

 

 

 

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

5

1

 

Assets; 1971-75

 

 

 

 

Board of Trustees

 

5

2

 

 

1975

 

5

3

 

 

1978

 

5

4

 

 

1979

 

5

5

 

 

1980

 

5

6

 

 

Bound portfolios; 1980

 

5

7

 

 

1981

 

5

8

 

 

Bound portfolios; 1981

 

5

9

 

Correspondence; 1973-77

 

5

10

 

Doctor of Ministry Program; n.d.

 

5

11

 

Doctrinal Statement; 1969-76

 

5

12

 

Presidential search; 1978-81

 

5

13

 

Table of Organization; 1974

 

5

14

Gotaas World Travel; 1975-78

 

 

OS16

Gotaas World Travel; 1975-78

 

5

15

Gothard, Bill; 1980-81

 

5

16

Grace Bible Conference; 1981

 

 

 

Graham, Billy

6

1

 

Articles about; 1971-78

 

6

2 R

 

Correspondence; 1948-62

 

6

3 R

 

Correspondence and Addresses; 1973-76

 

6

4 R

 

Correspondence 1976-81

 

6

5

 

Interview Questions; n.d.

 

6

6

 

Poland Tour; 1978

 

6

7

Harper Study Bible; 1964-77

 

6

8

Hollyfield, Noel Wesley: "A Sociological Analysis...Southern Baptist Theological Seminary"; 1976

 

6

9

Housing Allowance; 1951-57, 1967

 

6

10

Inerrancy: Anglican teaching; n.d.

 

 

 

Inerrancy Articles, Correspondence and Notes

6

11

 

1962-74

 

6

12

 

1975-76

 

6

13

 

1977-78

 

6

14

 

1979-80

 

 

 

Inerrancy

6

15

 

Asbury Seminary and Methodist Teaching; 1976-78

 

6

16

 

Barclay, William--Correspondence; 1977

 

6

17

 

Berkouwer, G.C.; 1956-72

 

6

18

 

Bethel College/Bethel Theological Seminary; 1966-71

 

6

19

 

Bethel Seminary; 1966-78

 

6

20

 

Fuller Theological Seminary; 1965-71

 

6

21

 

Historical critical method; 1977, n.d.

 

6

22

 

Lutheran Church; 1976-78

 

6

23

 

Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod; 1967-75

 

6

24

 

Miscellaneous Notes and Articles; 1966-78

 

6

25

 

Miscellany; 1943, 1965-73

 

7

1

 

Pentecostal and Holiness Teaching; 1977-78

 

7

2

 

Quotes used; 1962-75

 

7

3

 

Roman Catholic Teaching; 1977

 

7

4

 

Seely, Paul H.; 1969-71

 

 

 

 

Southern Baptist Convention

7

5

 

 

1970-75

 

7

6

 

 

1975-78

 

7

7

 

 

1979-81

 

7

8

 

Thiele, Edwin R. and Dewey Beegle; 1966, n.d.

 

7

9

 

United Presbyterian Church; 1977-78

 

7

10

 

Wenham Seminar; 1966-67

 

7

11

 

Weyerhauser, C. Davis; 1967, 1971

 

 

 

International Council on Biblical Inerrancy

7

12

 

1977

 

7

13

 

1978-81

 

7

14

Jewett, Paul K., Man as Male and Female; 1975

 

7

15

Judson and Boardman; n.d.

 

7

16

Kantzer, Kenneth S.: Bible 201--Syllabus and Notes; ca. 1961

 

7

17

Korea slide script; n.d.

 

7

18

Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization-- Correspondence, Minutes, Notes; 1975-78

 

 

 

Lausanne Committee

7

19

 

Pattaya, Thailand, meeting; 1980

 

7

20

 

Willowbank Report; 1978

 

7

21

Lausanne Continuation Committee of North America; 1975-77

 

 

 

Lindsell, Harold

7

22

 

Articles; 1964-75

 

7

23

 

Book Reviews; 1952-56, 1966

 

7

24

 

Ephesians Book Study; n.d.

 

7

25

 

Miscellaneous articles; ca. 1948-75

 

7

26

 

Miscellaneous notes; 1980, n.d.

 

7

27

 

Move to Christianity Today; 1962-66

 

7

28

 

Personal; 1947, 1955-64, 1975-81

 

7

29

 

Published Articles; 1943, 1956-64, 1969, 1978

 

8

1

 

Speaking engagements; 1974-78

 

8

2

 

Speeches; 1967-75, n.d.

 

8

3

 

Unpublished Novel--first draft; n.d.

 

 

 

Lindsell Study Bible

8

4

 

Correspondence; 1979-80

 

8

5

 

Footnotes, n.d.

 

8

 

 

New Testament

 

8

6

 

 

Cross References; n.d.

 

8

7

 

 

Introductions; n.d.

 

8

8

 

 

Outlines; n.d.

 

8

9

 

 

Texts; n.d.

 

 

 

 

Old Testament

8

10

 

 

Cross References; n.d.

 

8

11

 

 

Introductions; n.d.

 

8

12

 

 

Outlines (Manuscript-State I and typescript); n.d.

 

8

13

 

 

Outlines (Manuscript-State II); n.d.

 

8

14

 

Publisher's Proof--Ecclesiastes to Lamentations; 1980

 

8

15

Lovelace, Richard--writings; 1975-77

 

8

16

Malone College: Affirming the Bible Conference; 1969-73

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

9

1

 

1960-81, n.d.

 

9

2

 

Apr-Jul 1967

 

9

3

 

A; 1978, n.d.

 

9

4

 

B; 1977-78

 

9

5

 

C; 1959-81

 

9

6

 

D; 1977-78, n.d.

 

9

7

 

H, I; 1978-80

 

9

8

 

P; 1976-78

 

 

OS16

 

P; 1976-78

 

9

9

 

R; 1978

 

9

10

 

S, T; 1967-79

 

9

11

 

W; 1967-69

 

9

12

Missionary Material; 1953-61, n.d.

 

9

13

Music; 1954

 

 

 

National Association of Evangelicals

9

14

 

 

1964-66

9

15

 

 

1976-78

9

16

The Old Testament: A Survey

n.d.

9

17

Outreach, Inc.

1975-78

9

18

Quebedeux, Richard: correspondence

1976-77

9

19

Religious News Service

1978-80

9

20

Retirement: correspondence and dinner

1978

9

21

Luther Rice Seminary

1973-81

9

22

Share, Inc.

1979-81

9

23

Socialism

1976-78

9

24

Taiwan trip [See also Filmstrip FS1, and Tape T34]

1977

9

25

Underground Evangelism; 1976-79

1976-79

9

26

U.S. Center for World Missions; 1978-81

1978-81

 

OS16

U.S. Center for World Missions; 1978-81

1978-81

9

27

Washington and World Religion Report

1980-81

9

28

Westmont College

1980

 

 

Wheaton College

9

29

 

 

1977-78

9

30

 

Art Department

1979

 

 

 

Board of Trustees

9

31R

 

 

 

1979

9

32R

 

 

Academic Affairs

1980-81

9

33R

 

 

Finances

1980

10

1R

 

 

General

1980

10

2R

 

 

General

1981

10

3

 

Brochures

1980

10

4R

 

Executive Committee

1980-81

10

5

World Congress on Evangelism--Berlin

1964-66

 

 

World Council of Churches 4th Assembly--Uppsala

10

9

     Folder 1

1968

10

10

     Folder 2

1968

10

11

     Folder 3

1968

10

12

     Folder 4

1968

10

6

World Home Bible League

1975-76

10

7

World Vision missions graphs

 n.d.


Subseries B . Added Material

B1. General Correspondence

11

7

Correspondence / Correspondence

1977-1982

12

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1982

13

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1982-1983

14

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1983-1984

15

3

Correspondence / Correspondence

1984-1985

16

5

Correspondence / Correspondence

1985-1986

17

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1986-1987

18

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1987-1988

19

3

Correspondence / Correspondence

1988

20

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1989

21

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1990

22

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1991-1992

23

4

Correspondence / Correspondence

1992-1993

24

5

Correspondence / Correspondence

1993-1994

B2. Subject Files

25

7

Argentina / Battle for the Bible

1976-1985

26

9

Beyerhaus - Intl Xt Network / Christianity Today

1964-1993

27

6

Christianity Today / Evolution

1981-1994

28R

8

Free Enterprise / Gundry (Folder 28-3 is closed during the lifetime of Billy Graham)

1964-1994

29

10

Gundry - EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY / Inerrancy

1949-1993

30

13

Inerrancy / Lovelace

1950-1989

31

7

Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod / Mss: Novel

1967-1989

32

15

Mennonites - Brunk / Salvation Army

1948-1989

33

9

Francis Schaeffer on OT and NT / SBC

1965-1990

34R

11

Taiwan / Where is the Church and How it Got There (Folders 34-7 through 34-9 restricted until 1/1/2019)

1969-1994

35

2

W.C.C / Zondervan

1975-1990

B3. Lectures and Sermons

35

9

Acts of the Apostles / Biblical Backgrounds

1943-1946

36

12

Church History Exams / 1 Corinthians

1941-1985

37

14

II Corinthians / Joel

1954-1985

38

11

John / Romans

1943-1987

39

3

Sermons / Sermons

1967

40

6

Sermons / Theology of Liberation

1947-1962






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