1914 World War I (ends in 1918)


1920 Rev. Curtis Lee Laws first uses term "fundamentalist"
1920 Prohibition
1920 19th Amendment gives women right to vote
1921 Latin American Mission (Harry and Susan Strachan)
1923 J. Gresham Machen publishes Christianity and Liberalism
1924 Evangelical Theological College, later called Dallas Theological Seminary
1925 Scopes "Monkey" Trial
1927 First "talking" motion picture
1928 Henrietta Mears becomes Director of Christian Education at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood
1929 Stock market crash begins Great Depression
1929 Fundamentalists leave Princeton to form Westminster Theological Seminary


1930 Christian Business Men's Committee / Connecting Business Men to Christ
1931 Christian Medical Association / Christian Medical and Dental Association
1931 Zondervan Publishers
1933 Navigators (Dawson Trotman)
1933 Gospel Light Publications (Henrietta Mears)
1933 Scripture Press (Victor and Bernice Cory)
1934 Summer Institute of Linguistics / Wycliffe Bible Translators (W. Cameron Townsend)
1936 Student Foreign Missions Fellowship (Robert McQuilken)
1936 Harold John Ockenga becomes pastor of Park Street Church
1937 Old Fashioned Revival Hour (Charles Fuller)
1937 Child Evangelism Fellowship (Jesse Overholtzer)
1939 Pioneer Girls / Pioneer Clubs (Betty Whitaker)
1939 Hitler's invasion of Poland sparks World War II


1940 Word of Life (Jack Wyrtzen)1941 Japanese attack Pearl Harbor1941 Young Life (Jim Rayburn)1941 Carl McIntire founds American Council of Christian Churches1941 First "Word for Life" youth rally held1942 National Association of Evangelicals1943 National Religious Broadcasters1944 Ockenga holds "scholar's conferences" (until 1947)1945 Youth for Christ (Torrey Johnson)1945 Guideposts ...

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