Oral history interview with Ben Armstrong, 1989.
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Professional association for Protestant radio and television broadcasters; primary activities include annual conventions, training programs, and serving as a forum on issues of concern to Evangelicals and Fundamentalists in the United States. From the description of Records of National Religious Broadcasters, 1922-1991. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 50431289 ...
Episcoplian minister, author, speaker; born December 27, 1893; graduated from Princeton University, 1916; served as missionary in China with YMCA, 1916-1919; graduated from General and Union Seminaries, 1921; served at Calvary Episcopal Church in New York City, 1923-1952; awarded Doctorate of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary and Berkeley Divinity School, 1948; founded the Calvary Clergy School, ca. 1948; served at Calvary Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh, 1952-1962; named by NEWSWEEK as o...
Minister, American Protestant Evangelical leader; born Thomas Fletcher Zimmerman on March 26, 1912; General Secretary of the Assemblies of God, 1959-1985; leader of Key 73, Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization, National Association of Evangelicals, National Religious Broadcasters, and other nondenominational organizations; died January 2, 1991. From the description of Papers of Thomas F. Zimmerman, 1955-1990. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 54017480 ...
Official name, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America; informally known as National Council of Churches USA or variants; earlier name, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America was organized in 1908; it was one of eight organizations which merged to form the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America on November 29, 1950. From t...
Minister, religious radio and association executive; born Bejamin Leighton Armstrong, 1923; BS and MS from New York University, 1948, 1950; BD from Union Theological Seminary, 1955; Ph. D. from New York University, 1968; married Ruth Freed, 1946; had three children; worked with Samuel Shoemaker in the Calvary Clergy School of Calvary Episcopal Church, NYC, and the Goodwill Home and Rescue Mission in Newark, 1942-1945; ordained by the Presbyterian Church USA, 1949; pastored churches in Paterson a...
Evangelist, radio preacher, and author; born William Franklin Graham on November 18, 1918 in Charlotte, N.C.; graduated from Florida Bible Institute (1940 and Wheaton College (1943); ordained as a Southern Baptist minister, 1940; achieved national prominence in 1949 through his evangelistic meetings in Los Angeles; founded Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 1952; had extensive evangelistic ministry throughout the world, 1949- ; authored many books and received many awards and honors; organiz...
Reno, Nevada, newspaper publisher and editor. Jones served as a chair of the Nevada Civic Olympic Committee for the VIII Winter Olympic Games, held in Squaw Valley, California, in 1960. From the description of VIII Winter Olympic Games, Squaw Valley, California, collection, 1960. (University of Nevada, Reno). WorldCat record id: 42546722 Mission executive; born Clarence Wesley Jones on December 15, 1900; worked for several years for evangelist Paul Rader at the Chicago Gospe...
Evangelical Lutheran administrator and leader, particularly in the area of religious radio and television broadcasting; born Eugene Rudolph Bertermann on September 2, 1914; ordained minister of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod; actively involved in the radio and television production of the denomination, including THE LUTHERAN HOUR; also served as president of National Religious Broadcasters and executive director of Far East Broadcasting Corporation; died in 1983. From the descrip...
Missionary, radio evangelist; raised in the Middle East as a child of missionaries; attended Wheaton Academy; graduated from Wheaton College, 1940; obtained M.A. from Columbia University; received Ph. D in Mass Communication from New York University; worked for Youth For Christ in the United States and Spain; founded and served with Trans World Radio, 1952- From the description of Oral history interview with Paul E. Freed, 1981. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 31200264 ...