The comparative scarcity of academic attention given Prairie Bible Institute located at Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, serves as the primary motivation behind this book. This work should therefore be regarded as an attempt to contribute to and refine the very small amount of research available regarding how Prairie Bible Instituteas first half-century should be understood and interpreted by students of North American church history. Drawing on an insideras perspective of PBI, former PBI astaff kida Tim W. Callaway challenges the adequacy and accuracy of Canadian scholar Dr. John G. Stackhouse, Jr.as inference that the kind of asectish evangelicalisma that typified PBI in the twentieth century was substantially different from the characteristics that define the traditional understanding of American fundamentalism. The undertaking contained in these pages advances the perspective that Prairie Bible Institute during the L.E. Maxwell era did in fact reflect the influence and attributes of American fundamentalism to a far greater extent than what Stackhouse allowed for in his research.Typically, Fergus Kirk led by example, selling a new car at a loss in order to contribute to the new edifice.24 There thus emerged a pattern ... Prices of agricultural products in Alberta fell by forty-two per cent while the prices of commodities and services purchased by farmers in ... The 1925-26 Manual of the Prairie Bible Institute states: aThe Institute stands upon faith principles throughout. ... 26 Gene A. Getz, MBI: The Story ofMoody Bible Institute | 9 Training Disciplined Soldiers for Christ.
|Title||:||Training Disciplined Soldiers for Christ|
|Author||:||Tim W. Callaway|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2013-04-17|