The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: Christian History Timeline
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Growing Concern: 1870-1900
What will eventually be called the Niagara Bible Conference first meets (meeting annually until 1901); it inspires Bible and prophecy conferences nationally, which defend the Bible's verbal inerrancy and promote holiness and premillennialism
Presbyterian theologians B. B. Warfield and A. A. Hodge write "Inspiration," which defends the inerrancy of Scripture; such articles begin to appear increasingly
Moody Bible Institute founded, inspiring the founding of hundreds of Bible institutes and colleges that will become centers of fundamentalism
Charles Briggs, liberal professor of Old Testament at Union Theological Seminary, New York, is convicted of heresy for his liberal interpretations of the Bible
Defining the Issues: 1900-1920
Scofield Reference Bible, whose notes teach dispensationalism and Keswick holiness, published; will become best-selling Bible among fundamentalists
The Fundamentals published; promotes conservative teaching
Northern Presbyterian Church affirms five essential doctrines: inerrancy of the Bible, the Virgin Birth, Christ's substitutionary atonement, his bodily resurrection, and miracles
World's Christian Fundamentals Association formed, the largest and longest-lasting (until the 1940s) international fundamentalist association
Curtis Lee Laws, editor of the Baptist Watchman-Examiner, coins the term fundamentalist
Conservatives in the Northern Baptist Convention organize the Fundamentalist Fellowship to combat spreading liberalism
Public Confrontations: 1920-1930
J. Gresham Machen's Liberalism and Christianity defines liberalism as another religion
1923 Baptist Bible Union ...