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List of Moody Bible Institute people

This is a list of people affiliated with Moody Bible Institute as officers, faculty, alumni, or liaisons.

Contents

PresidentsEdit

 
Dwight L. Moody

Alumni and facultyEdit

Others associated with MBIEdit

  • William Whiting Borden - trustee; although he died at age 25, Borden graduated from Yale, started the Yale Hope Mission while an undergraduate there and then graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary; he pledged almost all of his approximately $1,000,000 fortune to missions and was training to become a missionary to China when he died of cerebral meningitis (According to this author, Borden was not related to the milk family. His father was a lawyer, and his grandfather was in Chicago real estate.)[60][61]
  • Nathaniel S. Bouton - original trustee; organized and incorporated the Union Foundry Works, which was "one of most prominent" manufacturers of industrial steel "in the west"; former superintendent of public works in Chicago, who was the first superintendent to pave the city's streets[62]
  • Henry Parsons Crowell - trustee president; an industrialist who was the president and CEO of the Quaker Oats Company and a philanthropist (Crowell Trust); he guided MBI for 40 years, starting in 1904[63]
  • Sir William Dobbie - British lieutenant general; associated with the Second Boer War, World War I and World War II; in 1945, for three months Dobbie and his wife testified of their Christian faith across the United States and to the First Lady at the time, Eleanor Roosevelt, under the auspices of MBI[64]
  • John V. Farwell - original trustee; dry goods salesman, vice-president of the Chicago Board of Trade and presidential elector on the Lincoln ticket, in 1860[62]
  • T.W. Harvey - original trustee and first trustee vice-president; lumber dealer and banker; founded Harvey, Illinois[65]
  • Harry A. Ironside - one of the many evangelists who participated somewhere around the U.S. (48 states at the time), or in the British Isles, in MBI's 1936-'37 50th anniversary celebration of the Institute and the 100th-year birthday celebration for D.L. Moody[66]
  • Elbridge G. Keith - original trustee and treasurer; banker and former president of Chicago Title and Trust Company[65]
  • Howard Atwood Kelly - trustee; noted gynecologist and surgeon and one of the four founding staff members/-professors of Johns Hopkins Hospital, in Baltimore, Maryland[63]
  • Cyrus H. McCormick, Jr. - original trustee; perfected and patented his father's reaper invention which harvested field crops;[65] this revolutionized farming worldwide; however, almost 20 years later, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office legally ruled that the McCormicks' invention was not the first crop-harvesting reaper invented in the U.S.; McCormick Harvesting Machine Company was founded, which eventually became International Harvester through a merger with Deering Harvester Company and three smaller companies; then, McCormick's company became part of Case IH (JI Case), their former parent corporation, together, being Tenneco; but, as of 2013, the assets of International Harvester and Case Corporation are currently owned by the agricultural division of CNH Industrial, an American-Italian company based in the UK
  • Robert S. Scott - original trustee; dry goods salesman who eventually became the senior partner of Carson Pirie Scott,[65] now billing itself as, "Carson's."
  • Mel Trotter - one of the many evangelists who participated somewhere around the U.S. (48 states at the time), or in the British Isles, in MBI's 1936-'37 50th anniversary celebration of the Institute and 100th-year birthday celebration for D.L. Moody[67]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Broadway, Bill (2005-02-02). "In Brief - Pastor Moving On". Washington Post. p. B09. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 
  2. ^ Michael J. Easley
  3. ^ J. Paul Nyquist
  4. ^ History of Moody Bible Institute
  5. ^ Paul Benware bio
  6. ^ Paul Benware
  7. ^ "Mary McLeod Bethune". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  8. ^ Mary McLeod Bethune bio
  9. ^ McLeod Bethune bio
  10. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History, Moody Press (1960), p.62
  11. ^ "David Brickner". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  12. ^ Jews for Jesus official site
  13. ^ Mark Bubeck, short bio
  14. ^ "Marie Chapian". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  15. ^ Gary Chapman bio
  16. ^ "The Ministry of Dr. Robert A. Cook". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  17. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.120,121
  18. ^ Robert A. Cook
  19. ^ "Davis College History". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  20. ^ Peter Deyneka, Sr., obit
  21. ^ C. Fred Dickason bio
  22. ^ "Christianity Today:The Lapsed Evangelical Christian". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  23. ^ Ehrman, Bart D., Jesus, Interrupted, HarperCollins, 2009. ISBN 0-06-117393-2
  24. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.32,34
  25. ^ William Evans bio
  26. ^ Memorize the Bible
  27. ^ "Daniel Everett". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  28. ^ "Local Newspapers Highlight Lives of Two Moody Alumni". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  29. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.91,92
  30. ^ Four Chaplains Memorial
  31. ^ George L. Fox
  32. ^ Louis Goldberg bio
  33. ^ Goldberg scholarship
  34. ^ Michael Guido obit
  35. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.91
  36. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History, Moody Press (1960), p.125.
  37. ^ a b "Moody Facts: Education". Retrieved 29 December 2012. 
  38. ^ Jerry B. Jenkins
  39. ^ HCJB beginnings
  40. ^ Crandal, Faye E., Into the Copper River Valley, Taylors, SC: Faith Printing, 1994.
  41. ^ "Ephemera of Isobel Miller Kuhn". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  42. ^ Espinosa, Gaston (2014). Latino Pentecostals in America: faith and politics in action. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. 
  43. ^ Espinosa, Gaston (2009). "Olazabal, Francisco". Hispanic American Religious Cultures. Retrieved May 1, 2015. 
  44. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.74
  45. ^ Irwin A. Moon bio
  46. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.123,124
  47. ^ "Mayor Ed Pawlowski". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  48. ^ "Arthur W. Pink". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  49. ^ "Wes Stafford". Retrieved 14 June 2012. 
  50. ^ John and Betty Stam, a CIM/OMF bio
  51. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.92,93
  52. ^ Maynard Tollberg
  53. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History, Moody Press (1960), p. 39.
  54. ^ Daniel B. Towner, short bio
  55. ^ Tim Walberg bio
  56. ^ "John Walton". Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  57. ^ Lula Wardlow bio
  58. ^ Gary Wilde bio
  59. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History, Moody Press (1960), pp. 100, 102.
  60. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.37,38
  61. ^ William Borden bio
  62. ^ a b De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.18
  63. ^ a b De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.37
  64. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.93
  65. ^ a b c d De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.20
  66. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.76
  67. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.76,80