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Clark, Gordon Haddon.

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 032 Records of Seminar on the Authority of the Bible

 Collection
Identifier: CN-032
Scope and Contents Copies of the papers read at the meeting held in Wenham, MA. Also contains a list of participants, a schedule of events, and copies of the text of the communique and resolutions adopted by the meeting.Most of this collection consists of papers read at the meeting and responses read. The list of titles can be read in the container list, where they are arranged according to the order given. Also in this collection is a schedule of the seminar and copies of the resolutions and communique...

Collection 330 Records of Moody Memorial Church

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Identifier: CN-330
Scope and Contents Correspondence, reports, scrapbooks, church bulletins, minutes of meetings, and other records documenting the activities of the influential independent Chicago church started by Dwight L. Moody; chiefly from ca. 1910 through 1946.Topics documented include worship services, Sunday school, the weekly activities of the congregation, the governance of the body, and various urban evangelistic outreaches of the church.  Besides the history of the church, the collection also documents such...

Collection 489 Oral History Interview with John A. MacDonald

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Identifier: CN-489
Scope and Contents Oral history interviews with John Allan MacDonald (1921-2014) in which he discusses his education and activities at Wheaton College from his graduation in 1943; literary societies; friends and faculty; the impact of World War II on the campus; Billy Graham and his role in the United Gospel Tabernacle in Wheaton; MacDonald's evangelistic and church ministry among San Francisco hippies in the late 1960s and work with Jews for Jesus (JFJ) and its founder Moishe Rosen. The second interview focuses...

Collection 658 Papers of Samuel D. Faircloth

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Identifier: CN-658
Scope and Contents Prayer letters and an oral history interviews which document Faircloth’s childhood, conversion, education at Wheaton College and elsewhere, and his work as a United States Army chaplain in Italy immediately after World War II, church planter in Portugal and a seminary professor at the Tyndale Theological Seminary in the Netherlands.[Note: In the Scope & Content section, the notation “Folder 2-5" means “Box 2, Folder 5"]...