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Evangelicalism -- 20th century.

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 278 Papers of Elisabeth Elliot

 Collection
Identifier: CN 278
Scope and Contents Correspondence, slides, clippings, publicity releases, reviews, manuscripts, video and audio tapes relating to Elliot's careers as a missionary in Ecuador, author, teacher and speaker; videos of an oral history interview and several of her lectures on marriage, loneliness, suffering, and other topics. The collection is particularly rich in material relating to the so-called Auca Incident and her own work the Waorani, whose enemies called them the "Auca."

Mark A. Noll Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-116
Scope and Contents The bulk of this collection consists of Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals (ISAE) Conference notes, book manuscripts, and articles. The ISAE Conference notes include information from conferences from the early 1980s through the early 1990s and include letters of correspondence, conference schedules, and papers written by conference participants. The books and manuscripts includes works written from as early as 1983 and into the early 1990s. Many include correspondence,...

National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-113
Scope and Contents The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) Records organized according to: affiliates, commissions, conventions, corporate records, executive/general director, historical, media (audio, video, photographs), membership files, public affairs, public relations working files, and publications. The bulk of the collection is concentrated in corporate records, media, and public affairs.

Sojourners Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-023
Scope and Contents The Sojourners Collection contains the archival papers of the Christian social concern and community group known by that name.  Sojourners traces its origin to a group of seven students at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, (see Jim Wallis) who called for a new and rigorous application of Biblical ethics to American Culture.  Believing that the church was losing the current generation, they...