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  • Evangelicals and the Media | Wheaton
    the importance of the movement s revivalistic heritage as well as the very real fact that evangelicals have traditionally placed a major emphasis on the utilization of print broadcast and now satellites computer technology and social networking to reach others with the Gospel Beginning in the late 18th century evangelicals successfully harnessed the printing press to flood America with inexpensive tracts pamphlets newspapers magazines books and bibles The arrival of electronic based media in the late 19th and early 20th centuries proved more problematic however as phonographs motion pictures and radio cut perilously close to the heart of traditional evangelical reservations about worldly entertainments As time passed most evangelicals were eventually satisfied that these devices could be used to teach their own and evangelize non believers a plethora of evangelical films records and radio programs ensued But the public dimension of radio brought with it a set of unique problems Because of the dynamics of the fundamentalist modernist controversy protestant liberals control of denominational hierarchies and the Federal Council of Churches made them the primary recipient of free public service time from major urban stations and the national radio networks Largely excluded from free airtime fundamentalist broadcasters like Chicago s Paul Rader and Los Angeles s Charles E Fuller were forced to develop alternative strategies that relied on their listeners to provide the funds that would enable them to purchase airtime and create independent networks for distribution of their programs This strategy proved extremely successful and was applied directly to the television media With the gradual reduction of radio and television stations public service airtime that began in the late 1950s evangelicals increasingly dominated the nation s religious programming By the 1970s most liberal protestants unable or unwilling to compete with evangelicals in a free market media environment had abandoned

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  • Evangelicals and the End Times | Wheaton
    Reconstruction the problems associated with urbanization and industrialization and the influx of millions of non Protestant immigrants made many late 19th century conservative evangelicals take a less optimistic view of the future As a result evangelicals gravitated toward a set of teachings known as dispensational premillenialism Unlike the optimistic views of postmillenialism dispensationalism was a system that emphasized decline rebellion in Israel apostasy in the church and growing chaos in the world at large The major systematizer of this viewpoint was John Nelson Darby 1800 1882 one of the early leaders of the Plymouth Brethren movement Darby was convinced that most of the biblical prophecies related to Christ s return were yet to be fulfilled Intrinsic to his views was the postponement theory which saw God in the midst of his divine timetable turning away from a rebellious Israel which had rejected the Messiah to create build and then miraculously evacuate or rapture the church immediately before the Great Tribulation At that time God would resume the eternal countdown and his dealings with Israel and the unfolding of the last days the rise of the Antichrist the battle of Armageddon the Second Coming and the establishment of the Kingdom of God would come to pass The doctrine has experienced fluctuations in its popularity over the years often coinciding with times of national and international crisis The key role which the nation of Israel plays within the dispensationalist scheme has been particularly important in this regard over the years as events like the development of the Zionist movement the creation of the state of Israel and the seizure of Jerusalem in the Six Days War excited speculation about the imminent rapture of the saints The advocacy of this system by some of the movement s most visible personages D L Moody

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  • Hall of Biography | Wheaton
    to the American Church and larger culture the Hall of Biography features 73 of the most important figures in the history of the evangelical movement It includes a wide variety of famous evangelists preachers theologians missionaries musicians and organizers across the years and from across the denominational and theological spectrum Menu About the ISAE Projects Defining Evangelicalism Hall of Biography Evangelical Studies Bulletin Resources Richard Allen 1760 1831 Francis Asbury 1745 1816 Isaac Backus 1724 1806 Nathan Bangs 1778 1862 Donald Grey Barnhouse 1895 1960 Henry W Beecher 1813 1887 Lyman Beecher 1775 1863 Evangeline Booth 1865 1950 Bill Bright 1921 2003 William Jennings Bryan 1860 1925 Alexander Campbell 1788 1866 Lott Cary 1780 1828 B H Carroll 1843 1914 Jimmy Carter 1924 Peter Cartwright 1785 1872 Lewis Sperry Chafer 1871 1952 WA Criswell 1909 2002 Fanny Crosby 1820 1915 Samuel Davies 1723 1761 Jim Dobson 1936 Thomas A Dorsey 1899 1993 Lorenzo Dow 1777 1834 Timothy Dwight 1752 1817 Jonathan Edwards 1703 1758 Jim Elliot 1927 1956 Jerry Falwell 1933 2007 Charles Finney 1792 1875 Charles Fuller 1887 1968 Richard Furman 1755 1825 Billy Graham 1918 J R Graves 1820 1893 Mark Hatfield 1922 2011 Carl F H Henry 1913 2003 Bob Jones Sr 1883 1968 Sam Jones 1847 1906 Adoniram Judson 1788 1850 Kathryn Kuhlman 1907 1976 Robert G Lee 1886 1978 Catherine Marshall 1914 1983 Aimee Semple McPherson 1890 1944 Carl McIntire 1906 2002 J Gresham Machen 1881 1937 C H Mason 1866 1961 Henrietta Mears 1889 1963 Dwight L Moody 1837 1899 John R Mott 1865 1955 Harold J Ockenga 1905 1985 Phoebe Palmer 1807 1874 Charles F Parham 1873 1929 John Perkins 1930 Bob Pierce 1914 1978 Paul Rader 1879 1938 Walter Rauschenbusch 1861 1918 John R Rice 1895 1980 Oral Roberts 1918 2009 Pat

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  • Evangelical Studies Bulletin | Wheaton
    related to evangelicalism designed to aid both the scholar and the layman in his or her education and research of evangelicalism Menu About the ISAE Projects Defining Evangelicalism Hall of Biography Evangelical Studies Bulletin Resources In the pursuit to help evangelicals better understand themselves and to enrich others assessment of evangelicals historical significance and contemporary role the ISAE began publishing the Evangelical Studies Bulletin in 1984 The Evangelical Studies Bulletin contains reviews and bibliographic essays as well as listings of dissertations articles and books Additional information concerning academic conferences and funding for individual scholars and graduate students can also be found between its pages Issues ESB issue 86 Spring 2014 ESB issue 85 Fall 2013 View PDF ESB issue 84 Summer 2013 View PDF ESB issue 83 Fall 2012 View PDF ESB issue 82 Summer 2012 View PDF ESB issue 81 Spring 2012 View PDF ESB issue 80 Winter 2011 View PDF ESB issue 79 Fall 2011 View PDF ESB issue 78 Summer 2011 View PDF ESB issue 77 Spring 2011 View PDF ESB issue 76 Fall 2010 View PDF ESB issue 75 Summer 2010 ESB issue 74 Spring 2010 View PDF ESB issue 73 Winter 2009 View PDF ESB

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  • Resources | Wheaton
    of American Evangelicalism Confessional Traditions in American Christianity Hymnody in American Protestantism The Financing of American Evangelical Religion Missionary Impulse in North American History Women and Twentieth Century Protestantism Defining Evangelicalism Defining the Term Fundamentalism Pentecostalism How Many Are There NAE Politics The Media End Times Hall of Biography Evangelical Studies Bulletin Resources ISAE Publications Further Reading and Research Links ISAE Resources Resources Menu ISAE Publications Further Reading and Research Links Evangelical Studies Bulletin The ISAE s quarterly newsletter featuring book reviews notices and bibliographic listings of important new dissertations articles and books on evangelicalism and North American religion More ISAE Publications ISAE publications are the result of studies conferences and lectures sponsored by the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals More Further Reading and Research The ISAE provides an extensive list of published works to continue research on the history and development of evangelicalism in America More Websites Find a comprehensive list of other websites that focus on American evangelicalism and religion including links to evangelical denominations More Defining Evangelicalism A short guide to understanding the origins of the evangelical movement in America who evangelicals are and what beliefs they hold in common More Share This Page Feedback

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  • ISAE Sponsored Publications | Wheaton
    Press 1982 Hatch Nathan O and Harry S Stout eds Jonathan Edwards and the American Experience Oxford University Press 1988 Noll Mark A and David F Wells eds Christian Faith Practice in the Modern World Eerdmans 1988 Carpenter Joel A and Wilbert R Schenk eds Earthen Vessels American Evangelicals and Foreign Missions 1880 1980 Eerdmans 1990 Noll Mark A ed Religion and American Politics Oxford University Press 1990 2nd ed 2007 Blumhofer Edith L and Joel A Carpenter eds Twentieth Century Evangelicalism A Guide to the Sources Garland Publishing 1990 Schultze Quentin J ed American Evangelicals and the Mass Media Zondervan 1990 Rawlyk George A and Mark A Noll eds Amazing Grace Evangelicalism in Australia Britain Canada and the United States Baker 1993 Blumhofer Edith L and Randall Balmer eds Modern Christian Revivals Urbana University of Illinois Press 1993 Noll Mark A David W Bebbington and George Rawlyk eds Evangelicalism Comparative Studies of Popular Protestantism in North America the British Isles and Beyond 1700 1990 Oxford University Press 1994 Hart Darryl G ed Reckoning With the Past Historical Essays on American Evangelicalism Baker 1995 Hart D G and R Albert Mohler Jr eds Theological Education in the Evangelical Tradition Baker Books 1996 Stout Harry S and Darryl G Hart eds New Directions in American Religious History Oxford University Press 1997 Blumhofer Edith Russell P Spittler and Grant A Wacker eds Pentecostal Currents in American Protestantism University of Illinois Press 1999 Livingstone David N Darryl G Hart and Mark A Noll eds Evangelicals and Science in Historical Perspective Oxford University Press 1999 Eskridge Larry and Mark A Noll eds More Money More Ministry Money and Evangelicals in Recent North American History Eerdmans 2000 Noll Mark A ed God and Mammon Protestants Money and the Market 1790 1860 Oxford University Press 2001

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  • Further Reading and Research | Wheaton
    Russell C Allyn Voices of American Fundamentalism Seven Biographical Studies Westminster 1976 Trollinger William Vance Jr God s Empire William Bell Riley and Midwestern Fundamentalism Wisconsin 1990 The rise of evangelicalism and the period since World War II Ammerman Nancy Baptist Battles Social Change and Religious Conflict in the Southern Baptist Convention Rutgers 1990 Balmer Randall Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory A Journey Into the Evangelical Subculture in America Fourth Edition Oxford 2006 Colson Charles with Richard John Neuhaus eds Evangelicals and Catholics Together Toward a Common Mission Word 1995 Dochuk Darren J From Bible Belt to Sunbelt Plain Folk Religion Grassroots Politics and the Rise of Evangelical Conservatism W W Norton 2011 Eskridge Larry God s Forever Family The Jesus People Movement in America Oxford 2013 Graham Billy Just As I Am The Autobiography HarperCollins 1997 Henry Carl F H The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism Eerdmans 1946 Lindsell Harold The Battle For the Bible Zondervan 1976 Martin William A Prophet With Honor The Billy Graham Story William Morrow 1991 Marsden George Reforming Fundamentalism Fuller Seminary and the New Evangelicalism Eerdmans 1987 McGrath Alister Evangelicalism and the Future of Christianity InterVarsity 1995 Noll Mark A The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind Eerdmans 1994 Turner John G Bill Bright and Campus Crusade for Christ The Renewal of Evangelicalism in Postwar America University of North Carolina Press 2008 Worthen Molly Apostles of Reason The Crisis of Authority in American Evangelicalism Oxford 2014 Aspects of the post war separatistic fundamentalist movement Dalhouse Mark Taylor An Island in the Lake of Fire Bob Jones University Fundamentalism The Separatist Movement Georgia 1996 Dollar George W A History of Fundamentalism in Ame rica Bob Jones 1973 Himes Andrew The Sword of the Lord The Roots of Fundamentalism in an American Family Chiara 2010 The origins development and spread of the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements Anderson Robert Mapes Vision of the Disinherited The Making of American Pentecostalism Oxford 1979 Blumhofer Edith W Restoring the Faith The Assemblies of God Pentecostalism and American Culture Illinois 1993 Aimee Semple McPherson Everybody s Sister Eerdmans 1992 Burgess Stanley M Gary B McGee and Patrick H Alexander eds Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements Zondervan 1988 DiSabatino David The Jesus People Movement An Annotated Bibliography and General Resource Greenwood 1999 Harrell David Edwin All Things Are Possible The Healing and Charismatic Revivals in Modern America Indiana 1975 Oral Roberts An American Life Indiana 1985 Jacobsen Douglas G Thinking in the Spirit Theologies of the Early Pentecostal Movement Indiana University 2003 Martin David Pentecostalism The World Their Parish Willey Blackwell 2008 Miller Donald Reinventing American Protestantism Christianity and the New Millennium California 1997 Synan Vinson The Holiness Pentecostal Movement in the United States Eerdmans 1971 Wacker Grant Heaven Below Early Pentecostals and American Culture Harvard 2001 Recent evolution of evangelicals place within American culture involvement in politics and a sampling of evangelical political and cultural analysis Benson Bruce Ellis and Peter G Heltzel eds Evangelicals and Empire Christian Alternative to

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  • Links | Wheaton
    in American Protestant Missions The Changing Face of American Evangelicalism Confessional Traditions in American Christianity Hymnody in American Protestantism The Financing of American Evangelical Religion Missionary Impulse in North American History Women and Twentieth Century Protestantism Defining Evangelicalism Defining the Term Fundamentalism Pentecostalism How Many Are There NAE Politics The Media End Times Hall of Biography Evangelical Studies Bulletin Resources ISAE Publications Further Reading and Research Links ISAE Resources Links Links Each of the following categories contains a list of websites relevant to American evangelicalism or religion Menu ISAE Publications Further Reading and Research Links American Religious History Archives Museums and Libraries Book Publishers Contemporary Evangelical Life Data Sites Evangelical Denominations Major Evangelical Organizations Institutions and Ministries Online Religion Journals Research Organizations Professional Societies and Institutes Studying Religion Research Organizations and Professional Societies American Religious History Contemporary Evangelical Life Book Publishers Archives Museums and Libraries Data Sites Online Religion Journals Links to Evangelical Denominations Major Evangelical Organizations Institutions and Ministries Defining Evangelicalism Further Reading and Research The ISAE provides an extensive list of published works to continue research on the history and development of evangelicalism in America More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Back to Top Institute for the

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