Harold Lindsell (December 22, 1913 – January 15, 1998) was an evangelical Christian author and scholar, and one of the founding members of Fuller Theological Seminary. He is best known for his 1976 book The Battle for the Bible.
|Education||Wheaton College New York University|
|Institutions||Columbia Bible College Fuller Theological Seminary|
Lindsell was born in New York City, and obtained degrees at Wheaton College, University of California, Berkeley and New York University. He taught at Columbia Bible College, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Wheaton College before becoming editor of Christianity Today. He served as President of the Evangelical Theological Society in 1971.
Lindsell is credited with boosting the efforts of conservatives to wrest the Southern Baptist Convention away from moderates over the issue of biblical inerrancy. Ruth Graham credited him with "being used by God to save her doubting faith" while she was a student at Wheaton.
Dr. Lindsell's contributions to the exegesis of Scripture included preparing and editing the introductions, annotations, topical headings, marginal references, and index to the Harper Study Bible, published by Zondervan Bible Publishers.
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- JETS, Volume 15.1.