List of Moody Bible Institute people

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

Presidents[edit]

Dwight L. Moody

Alumni and faculty[edit]

Others associated with MBI[edit]

  • William Whiting Borden - trustee; although he died at age 25, Borden graduated from Yale, started the Yale Hope Mission while an undergraduate and 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.)[54][55]
  • 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[56]
  • 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[57]
  • 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 First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, under the auspices of MBI[58]
  • 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[59]
  • T.W. Harvey - original trustee and first vice-president; lumber dealer and banker; founded Harvey, Illinois[60]
  • Harry A. Ironside, D.Litt. (hon.), D.D. (hon.) - one of the many evangelists who participated somewhere around the nation, 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[61]
  • Elbridge G. Keith - original trustee and treasurer; banker and former president of Chicago Title and Trust Company[62]
  • Howard Atwood Kelly, M.D. - 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 for harvesting field crops;[64] 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; today McCormick's company is 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 U.K.
  • 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 nation, 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[66]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Broadway, Bill (2005-02-02). "In Brief - Pastor Moving On". Washington Post (in English). p. B09. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 
  2. ^ Michael J. Easley
  3. ^ J. Paul Nyquist
  4. ^ "History of Moody Bible Institute". Retrieved 2012-12-29. 
  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. ^ "Mary 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. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.32,34
  24. ^ William Evans bio
  25. ^ Memorize the Bible
  26. ^ "Daniel Everett". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  27. ^ "Local Newspapers Highlight Lives of Two Moody Alumni". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  28. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.91,92
  29. ^ Four Chaplains Memorial
  30. ^ Louis Goldberg bio
  31. ^ Dr. Goldberg scholarship
  32. ^ Michael Guido obit
  33. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.91
  34. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.125
  35. ^ "Moody Facts: Education". Retrieved 2012-12-29. 
  36. ^ Jerry B. Jenkins
  37. ^ HCJB beginnings
  38. ^ "Ephemera of Isobel Miller Kuhn". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  39. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.74
  40. ^ Irwin A. Moon bio
  41. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.123,124
  42. ^ "Mayor Ed Pawlowski". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  43. ^ "Arthur W. Pink". Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  44. ^ "Wes Stafford". Retrieved 14 June 2012. 
  45. ^ John and Betty Stam, OMF bio
  46. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.92,93
  47. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.39
  48. ^ Daniel B. Towner, short bio
  49. ^ "Moody Facts: Education". Retrieved 2012-12-29. 
  50. ^ Tim Walberg bio
  51. ^ "John Walton". Retrieved 12 March 2013. 
  52. ^ Lula Wardlow bio
  53. ^ Gary Wilde bio
  54. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), pp.37,38
  55. ^ William Borden bio
  56. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.18
  57. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.37
  58. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.93
  59. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.18
  60. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.20
  61. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.76
  62. ^ De Remer, Bernard R., "Moody Bible Institute: A Pictorial History," Moody Press (1960), p.20
  63. ^ 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.20
  65. ^ 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), pp.76,80