Action committee named to project Institute for Advanced Christian Studies

Proposals for an Institute for Advanced Christian Studies got solid support recently during an important Consultation on Higher Christian Education held on the campus of Indiana University. The two-day meeting, sponsored by the Lilly Endowment and the Indiana University Foundation, was attended by more than a dozen faculty members from prestigious secular institutions as well as academic representatives of various evangelical institutions.Present were: Hudson T. Armerding (Wheaton College), Stanley Block (Illinois Institute of Technology), Gordon Clark (Butler University), Robert DeHaan (The Christian Research Institute), Robert DeMoss (National Liberty Foundation of Valley Forge), Glanville Downey (Indiana University), Roland Ebel (Tulane University), Wallace Erickson (Erickson Foundation), Robert B. Fischer (California State College at Palos Verdes), Charles Hatfield (University of Missouri), Carl F. H. Henry (Christianity Today), Paul Holmer (Yale Divinity School), David Hubbard (Fuller Theological Seminary), W. Harry Jellema (Grand Valley State College), Calvin Linton (The George Washington University), David McKenna (Spring Arbor College), D. C. Masters (University of Guelph), Bruce Metzger (Princeton Seminary), Harry Rosenberg (Colorado State University), John Scanzoni (Indiana University), Ward Schaap (Indiana University), John W. Snyder (Indiana University), Frank Stanger (Asbury Theological Seminary), Donald Starr (Alexander Hamilton Life Insurance Company), Gordon Van Wylen (University of Michigan), Roger Voskuyl (Westmont College), Orville Walters (University of Illinois), Stanley Walters (Greenville College), Charles Williams (Lilly Endowment, ...

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