Henry Welbon Papers - Scrapbook collection
Scrapbook no. 1:  1927  to January 30, 1936

Page

Heading or Title of Article

Date

Source

1

Presbytery of Chester Makes Protest Against Proposed Changes at Princeton Seminary

11-24-27

The Presbyterian

1

Princeton Seminary Students Speak Out

05-16-27

The Presbyterian

1

Dr. Cornelius Van Til Elected to Chair of Apologetics at Princeton Seminary

05-16-27

The Presbyterian

1

Dr. Alexander Mackie Elected a Trustee of Princeton Seminary

05-16-27

The Presbyterian

2

Left blank

 

3

Seminary Seems Likely to Have Faculty Break:  Drs. Machen, Allis and Van Til Unwilling to Continue Teaching; New Board Stirs More Dissention

06-16-27

Trenton Times

3

The Change at Princeton Seminary

n.d.

The Presbyterian [?]

4

Princeton Group to Open Seminary:  Fundamentalist Dissenters Will Start New School in Philadelphia on Sept. 24; Get Building Rent Free;

08-20-29

New York Times

4

Seminary Loses Fourth Teacher: Van Til Quits Princeton to Join Proposed Conservative Theological School. Machen Assails Board.

09-05-29

New York Times

5

Opening Exercises of Westminster Theological Seminary

09-25-29

Westminster Seminary

5

Dr. Lewis S. Mudge on PCUSA communicant membership

08-30-29

The Presbyterian

6

Faculty and Students at Westminster Seminary, with photo

11-07-29

The Presbyterian

7

Dr. Mark A. Matthews Article: Board of Trustees of Princeton Take Steps to Amend Its Charter as Directed by Assembly.

11-21-29

The Presbyterian

8

The Legality of the Amendments to the Charter of the Trustees of Princeton Seminary: Who Controls Princeton seminary?

11-28-35

The Presbyterian

9

New Jersey Law and Princeton Seminary: Princeton Seminary: Westminster Theological Seminary

11-28-35

The Presbyterian

10

Dr. Craig renews Seminary Attack: Editor of The Presbyterian Scores Princeton Board of Control on Seven Counts: Predicts Doctrinal shift; Denies Reorganization Was Merely Administrative and Not related to its Theological Position

12-18-29

The New York Times

11

Princeton Seminary Again Protests Its Orthodoxy

12-19-29

The Presbyterian

12

Timely Topics; Princeton seminary Again Protests Its Orthodoxy (cont’d)

12-19-29

The Presbyterian

13

Dr. Allis Becomes Editor of Evangelical Quarterly

12-19-29

The Presbyterian

14

Wise Lauds Fosdick for Common Faith; Differences Between Judaism and Christianity of Minor Importance, He says; Stresses essential Unity; Rabbi asserts both same Ideals to Prayer, Worship and goal of religion

02-24-30

(Monday)

The New York Times

14

Editorial Announcement; Special Gift (to Westminster Seminary)

01-16-30

The Presbyterian

15

Westminster Students Hear Dr. Macartney; Former Presbyterian Moderator Makes Commencement Address

05-07-30

Philadelphia Inquirer, pg 2

15

The Capstone of Princeton’s Peace

03-27-30

Presbyterian Banner

15

One Board for Westminster Theological Seminary

04-17-30

Presbyterian Banner

15

Seminary to End Year; Dr. Clarence E. Macartney to speak to class of 13

05-03-30

Inquirer

15

First Things First (Mrs. Pearl Buck’s book The Presbyterian Survey)

05-13-33

Sunday School Times

15

Presbyterians: Graduations; Women

05-19-30

? Time

16

“Christianity Today”

05-26-30

? Time

16

Christianity Today

05-29-30

 

16

Assembly Upholds Modernist Editor; Presbyterians Command Dr. Hanzsche Opposed by Dr. Craig, Princeton fundamentalist

06-03-30

Phila. Evening Bulletin, pg 40

16

Princeton Seminary

06-05-30

Presbyterian Banner

17

Princeton Seminary; Saturday, May 21

06-05-30

Presbyterian Banner

17

In Princeton

06-19-30

Presbyterian Banner

17

Barnhouse Trial request forecast; Presbyterian Judicial Commission will make report to Synod this Morning; Meeting to Consider Charges of Slander is Conducted Behind Closed Doors.

06-26-30

Philadelphia Inquirer

18

Comments and Timely Topics: Dr. Craig writes to Us; Our Peace disturbed

07-03-30

The Presbyterian

19

Joins Westminster group; Prof. John Murray, Princeton, elected to New Theological Seminary.

07-25-30

Bulletin

19

Museum to show Work of Missions; Princeton seminary Project will Outline Religious Teachings in Foreign Fields. Comprehensive exhibits will detail Various Phases of worship in Many Lands

08-01-30

The New York Times

19

Princeton The Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church; 119the Session Opens September 30, 1930

08-14-30

 Presbyterian Banner

19

$60,000 Bequests Left to Princeton seminary; Legacy of $20,000 from retired Pastor among Gifts Announced

08-18-30

Bulletin

19

Our Church Loses in Membership

08-21-30

Presbyterian Banner

19

Committee to try Rev. Dr. Barnhouse; Judicial Board of 7 will hear Unbecoming Conduct and Ordination Law Violation Charges

09-25-30

Bulletin

19

The Rev. John E. Kuizenga takes Chair at Princeton

09-15-30

Bulletin

20

Seminary Begins Term; Opening Exercises Today for Theological school

10-01-30

Bulletin

20

Friends Aid Move for Dr. Barnhouse; Sign Petition Against Refusal of Trial Before entire Presbytery; want Synod to Act

10-07-30

Bulletin

20

Theologian Passes; Dr. Wilson Dies; Noted Linguist; Organizer of Westminster Theological Seminary Succumbs at 75 of brief illness.

10-12-30

Public Ledger

20

Rev. Dr. Robert D. Wilson; Withdrew form Princeton Seminary to Join Westminster Here.

10-13-30

Philadelphia Bulletin

21

Pastor to Get Charges; Accusations Completed against the Rev. Dr. D.G. Barnhouse

10-21-30

Bulletin

21

Defender of the Faith. (on death of Dr. Wilson)

10-22-30

The Globe, Toronto

22

Visions Ideal State with Spiritual Basis; Dr. J. R. Stevenson Says No Effort to Build on Coercion Can Stand Permanently.

01-02-31

The New York Times

22

Barnhouse Trial Abruptly Halted; Hearing Suddenly Adjourned During Heated Debate Over Assistant Prosecutors.

11-24-30

n.a., pg 2

22

Two Barnhouse Judges Resign; Members of Board to Try Presbyterian Clergyman for Alleged Criticism Decline Post

01-19-30

n.a.

23

Heads Presbyterian Church of the United States:  Dr. Hugh Thompson Kerr [photograph]

01-11-31

Philadelphia Ledger

23

Seminary Gives Degrees to 63; Three Philadelphians Among Those Graduated Today at Princeton Theological; [Westminster] Seminary Graduates 12; Commencement Exercises Tonight in Witherspoon Hall.

05-12-31

Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, p. 22 D

23

Defends New Seminary; Fundamentalist Answers Attack on Westminster

02-13-31

Philadelphia Bulletin

23

Church ‘Moderns’ Called ‘Bankrupt’; Dr. Macartney Says Liberals Return to Basic Teachings

05-13-31

The Philadelphia Record

24

Holds Modernism Utterly Bankrupt; Liberalism at Parting of Ways, Declares Rev. Dr. Clarence E. Macartney; 12 Given Diplomas at Second Graduation of Westminster Theological Seminary

05-13-31

The Philadelphia Record

24

Modernism Under Fire; WTS Class Addressed by Dr. Macartney

05-13-31

Philadelphia Inquirer [?]

24

12 Seniors Win Diplomas at Theological Seminary

05-13-31

Philadelphia Ledger

24

Graduates Get Pulpits; Assignments Announced by Princeton Seminary

05-13-31?

Philadelphia Bulletin

24

In re:  Curriculum revision at Princeton Theological Seminary

07-11-31

Sunday School Times

24a

United Presbyterian General Assembly; Southern Presbyterian General Assembly Withdraws—Dr. James E. Clarke’s Interpretation.

06-11-31

The Presbyterian Banner, p. 11-12

25

11 Pastors Names in ‘Heresy’ Charge;  Rev. H. McAllister Griffiths Discloses Inward Strife in Presbyterian Church

02-22-32

Philadelphia Bulletin

25

Pastors Accused of Smoke Screens; Rev. H. M’A. Griffiths Says Presbyterians’ Replies Won’t Deceive Intelligent People

02-23-32

Philadelphia Bulletin

26

Barnhouse Get Formal Reprimand; Presbyterian Clergyman in Controversy Defies Critics and Refuses to Retract

03-07-32

[or 03-08]

Philadelphia Bulletin

26

19 To Receive Diplomas; Westminster Holds Graduation Tonight

05-10-32

Philadelphia Bulletin

26

Says Church Union Not Practicable

05-10-32

Wilmington Journal

26

In re:  Challenge to Constitutionality of Eighteenth Amendment

n.d.

Presbyterian Banner

26

The New Outlook  (United Church of Canada) in support of Pearl Buck

10-14-33

Sunday School Times

27

Advises Machen Wing to Secede; Rev. Dr. Wm. M. Curry Writes Article in Controversy Over Mission Funds; Cites [Action of Mother Church]

1933

n.a.

28

Dr. Machen Heads Board; Fundamentalists Form New Presbyterian Foreign Mission Board

10-18-33

Philadelphia Bulletin

28

22 Presbyterians Defend Missions; Prominent Members of Denomination Deplore Criticism of Workers Abroad

01-03-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin

29-30

Dr. Speer’s Position and Teaching

11-25-33

Sunday School Times

31

Dr. Machen Visions Church Secession; Attacks Presbyterian Merger Plan—Declares for Withdrawal of Fundamentals; See Hidden Heresies

01-06-34

n.a.

31

New Mission Unit, Presbyterian Aim; Dr. Machen Reveals Plans for Independent Board Are Gaining Ground; Modernists Are Assailed

09-21-33

n.a.

31

No Funds to ‘New’ Foreign Board; Recognition of Fundamentalist Foreign Mission Board Refused by Minneapolis Presbytery

01-11-34

The Presbyterian Banner

32

Let Others Do Likewise [editorial supporting Minneapolis Presbytery]

01-18-34

The Presbyterian Banner

32

Dr. Machen Visions Church Secession [reprint of above article]

01-18-34

n.a.

33

Presbytery Split by Machen Move; Liberals Here to Take Protest Over His Election to Penna. Synod

03-06-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin

33

Auburn Signers Again Attacked; The Rev. H. M’allister Griffiths Says They Slur the Crucifixion; Declares It Blasphemy

03-21-32

Phila. Evening Bulletin

33

Criticises Discipline Book; N.J. Presbyterian Clergyman [J. Norris McDowell] Deplores Centralization Trend

02-03-34

n.a.

34

[Methodist Episcopal] Minister Hurls Bible From Desk; Startles Congregation by Criticism of Church Restrictions; Protests Prejudices

04-02-34

Bulletin

34

[Rev. Charles J. Woodbridge] Forecasts Trial of Mission Board; Expects Charges of Disturbing Church Peace; Robert E. Speer to Speak at 9th PC

04-07-34

Bulletin

35

Dr. Macartney Censured; United Presbyterians Rebuke Action in Merger Differences

n.d.

n.a.

35

Presbyterians Nominate for Gen. Assembly; Committee Named to Study Affairs at Olivet Church, Wilmington; Phila. Presbytery Wants Support for Old Mission Board

04-17-34

n.a.

36

Presbyterians Block Church Union Views; Petitions Asking Assembly Not to Approve Merger, Tabled [New Castle Presbytery]

04-18-34

n.a.

37

Dr. Machen Defies Order of Church; Declares candidates for Ministry Need Not Support Official Agencies

05-09-34

Bulletin, p. 1

37

Hits Presbyterian Cleric For Mission-Pledge Plan; Dr. Machen Criticizes Dr. Mudge in Commencement Talk

05-09-34

Ledger

37

Pastor Endorsed For Moderator; Fundamentalists Back the Rev. J.C. M’Connell for Head of Presbyterian Assembly.

05-17-34

n.a., p. 18 D

38

Presbyterian Body Repudiates Machen; His Independent Mission Board Without Authority, Head Council Rules

05-18-34

Philadelphia Inquirer

39

Separation Faced By Presbyterians; Assembly Delegates to Meet Under Threat of Fundamentalist-Modernist Break; Differ Over Missions

05-22-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin, p. 6 B

40

Left blank

 

41

Church ‘Rebel’ Label Resented; Fundamentalists Reply to Attack by Presbyterian General Council; Controversy Reopened

05-18-34

Bulletin

41

Dr. Machen Defies Assembly Orders; Phila. Fundamentalist Dares Presbyterian Body to Discipline Him; ‘I Shall Not Obey’; Two Independent Board Members Charge Tyranny

05-26-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin

42

No Church Split Now, Says Machen; But Fundamentalist’s Followers Say New Presbyterian Denomination May Form; Leader Still Defiant.

05-28-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin

42

‘Boners’ In Exam Laid to Minister; State Synod Hears Protest Against Chester Presbytery’s Licensing of Three Men; Say 2 Refused Pledge

06-20-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin

43-44

Fundamentalism and Modernism, article by James H. Snowden, editor

06-28-34

The Presbyterian Banner

45

Fears Division of Presbyterians; Chester Fundamentalist [the Rev. Abraham L. Latham] Writes on Foreign Mission Board Issue

08-17-34

n.a.

45

Answers Dr. Covert; Clergyman Says Presbyterians Haven’t Forced Out Independents

n.d.

n.a.

45

Pastor’s Life Not Easy As It Looks; He Must Have Gifts of Lawyer, Doctor, Financier, Keep Up With Times

08-18-34

n.a.

46

Light on Some Peculiar Doings In Our West African Mission [Critical of the Rev. Charles Woodbridge]

08-30-34

The Presbyterian Banner

47

Who Controls the Offerings? [Editorial, in support of PCUSA actions]

09-06-34

The Presbyterian Banner

48

Dr. Machen in Pittsburgh [critical review of Aug. 26th sermon]

09-06-34

The Presbyterian Banner

49

The Examination of Candidates for Licensure

09-13-34

The Presbyterian Banner

50

[New Castle] Presbytery In Tilt Over New Rules at Berlin [Maryland]; Matter Goes Over Until Special Dover Meeting; Moderator Is Re-elected.

10-02-34

Wilmington Journal

50

Dr. Machen Makes a Statement [reply to Dr. Wm. C. Covert]

09-20-34

The Presbyterian Banner

51

Church Changes Put Off; New Castle Pby. to Defer Revision of Manual

10-03-34

Phila. Evening Bulletin

51

Presbyterians In Phila. Move To Try Clerics; Heresy Charges Will Show Whether Modernists or Old Line Men in Control

10-13-34

Wilmington Journal

51

The Real Issue About the New Board

11-08-34

The Presbyterian Banner

52

Machen ‘Unable’ to Obey Command; Presbyterian Fundamentalist Leader Defies Assembly—Says It is Contrary to Gospel

12-20-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin, p. 22 C

53

Modernists Score In Church Session; Presbyterian Judicial Committee Report Rejected at Regular Presbytery Session

01-08-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin, p. 3 B

53

What Should Be Done With The Rev. Dr. Henry Rimmer? [in re:  charges made against missionaries of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions]

01-10-35

The Presbyterian Banner

54

Dr. Machen’s Fallacious Position

01-10-35

The Presbyterian Banner

54

Minister Plans Attack On Board; Rev. Carl McIntire of Collingswood to Charge Modernism at N.J. Presbytery; Didn’t Obey Assembly

01-15-35

[Phila. Even. Bulletin]

54

Minister Loses and Wins His Case; Collingswood Pastor’s Victory is Presbytery’s Consideration of Modernism’s Charge

01-16-35

[Phila. Even. Bulletin]

55

Defies Ruling Body of Church; Chester Presbytery Ignores General Assembly’s Order to Discipline Dr. Smith; Dr. Machen To Be Tried

01-23-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

55

Church Court Bars Judge in Trial of Cleric; Presbyterian Pastor Loses Attempt to Make Issue of Disputed Doctrines

02-27-35

Journal—Evening News

55

Machen Hearing Set; Church Trial to Start February 14 in Trenton Church

01-31-35

n.a.

55

Echoes from The Machen Decision

04-18-35

The Presbyterian Banner

56

Urges Churches Strive to End Racial Prejudice; Rev. Dr. MacCallum Addresses Parent’s Council of Philadelphia; Raps Church Policy; Dr. Speer Declares Presbyterians Will Not Withdraw Missionaries

02-27-34/5

Phila. Evening Bulletin

56

As Church Trial of Dr. Machen Got under Way in Trenton (photographs of Machen and H. McA. Griffiths and members of Judicial Commission

n.d.

February, 1935

57

Fundamentalists Support Machen; His Trial by New Brunswick Presbytery Called ‘Travesty on Justice’; Chairman Criticised

03-01-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

57

Dr. Machen Found Guilty of Defying Church Authority; Presbyterian Commission Sentences Fundamentalist to Suspension—Delay Final Action; Trial Was A Farce Phila. Pastor Declares

03-29-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

57

Statement on Case of Dr. Machen

04-11-35

Presbyterian

58

Presbytery Firm in Stand Some Wars Justifiable; Rejects Proposal for Change in Church’s Confession of Faith; Adjournment balks Censure of Board of Foreign Missions for Modernism

04-24-35

Wilmington Morning News

59

Modernists Win Presbytery Vote on Rules Change; Show Requirements For New Ministers Was Adopted Illegally

04-23-35

Wilmington Morning News [?]

59

Presbytery For Waging War on Just Occasions; Problem of Evangelical Churches in Smaller Communities to be Studied

04-24-35

Journal—Evening News

60

False Witnesses [in re:  Machen’s Charges vs. Foreign Missions Board]

04-25-35

The Presbyterian Banner

61

A Presbyterian Super-Government [in re:  Terms of Dr. Buchanan’s Will]

04-18-35

The Presbyterian Banner

61

False Witnesses [arguing that the Board is not controlled by modernism]

04-25-35

The Presbyterian Banner

61

Letter to Editor in re:  supporting coverage of Machen verdict

04-25-35

The Presbyterian Banner

61

Hymn Singing As Spiritual Uplift; Moderator of Presbyterian Church [Dr. Covert] Cites Merit of Music in Dark Days of Past

04-27-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin [?]

62

Mission Board to Reply; Speer to Speak on Modernism at Meeting Here

04-27-35

n.a.

62

Photographs of Rev. Charles R. Erdman and Rev. Harry Rimmer

05-02-35

n.a.

63-64

The Errors of Dr. Rimmer, by the President of Board of Foreign Missions

05-02-35

The Presbyterian

65-66

What Is The Auburn Affirmation, by James H. Snowden

05-02-35

The Presbyterian Banner

67

A Summary of The Machen Case [Editorial]

05-09-35

The Presbyterian Banner

68

The Presbyterian Inquisition, by the Rev. David DeForest Burrell

05-09-35

The Presbyterian

69

Robert E. Speer:  A Question for the Presbyterian Church To Answer, by Hugh Thomson Kerr [in re:  Search for Speer’s Successor]

05-09-35

The Presbyterian Banner

71

Church Laymen Join Controversy; Presbyterian Elders Being Polled on Stand in Fundamentalist-Modernism Issue; Seminary Gives Degrees; Class of 70 at Princeton Awarded Commencement Honors

05-14-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

72

Dr. Cruikshank’s Reply [to Snowden’s editorials of May 2]

05-23-35

The Presbyterian Banner

73

Presbyterian In Annual Assembly; Philadelphians to Have Leading Part in Proceedings of General Convention [lists commissioners of 5 pbys.]

05-22-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin [?]

73

Dr. Covert [Retiring Moderator] Speaks Before Assembly

05-23-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin [?]

73

Machen Dispute Stirs Assembly; Presbyterians to Investigate Right of Three Phila. Commissioners to Sit; Dr. J.A. Vance Elected Moderator

05-24-35

n.a.

73

Presbyterian Assembly Will Rule on Seats; to Decide Whether Three Fundamentalists Will Be Legislative Recognition

05-25-35

n.a.

74

Machen Attacks Church ‘Liberals’; Fundamentalist Leader Preaches—Seats of Three Allies Still in Doubt

05-27-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin [?]

74

Trials Ordered In Presbyteries; Assembly Directs Investigation Here of ‘Flagrant Contempt’ for Constitution; Affirms Its 1934 Action

05-29-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin [?]

74

City Pastor Facing Trial Won’t Resign; Rev. H.S. Laird Charged by Presbyterian Assembly With Contempt of Church over Missionary Board

05-30-35

Wilmington. Evening Journal, pp. 1  & 15

75

Attacks Assembly; Rev. Dr. Thwing Calls Convictions of Three Pastors “Tyranny”

06-01-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin [?]

75

Presbytery May Be Disciplined; Special Committee To Take Up Matter With Dr. Laird of Local Church

06-01-35

Wilmington Evening Journal

75

Sees Crisis For Presbyterians; East Lake Pastor [John P. Clelland] Says Modernists,  Fundamentalists In Fight to the Finish

06-03-35

Wilmington Evening Journal

75

Dr. Laird To Stand by New Mission Body; He Faces Trial Before Fellow Presbyterians After Assembly Order

06-0?-35

Wilmington Evening. Journal, p. 4

76

Pastor Says [General Assembly] Is Determined to Crush Bible Believers

06-24-35

Philadelphia Bulletin

76

Presbytery Acts on David Hunter; Slosser Defends Him Against Attacks

05-30-35

Presbyterian Tribune

76

Secession Threat in Church Dispute; Fundamentalist Pastors Ready to Quit Presbyterians ‘If Reform Efforts Fail’ [1st meeting of CCU]

06-28-35

Philadelphia Bulletin,
pp. 1 & 18.

77

Presbyterians Talk of Church; Group of City Laymen and Elders Organize Fundamentalist Defense

06-20-35

n.a.

77

Bar Biblical References At Trial of Minister [Rev. Carl McIntyre]

07-13-35

n.a.

77

Synod Elects Commission; Presbyterian Judicial Board to Rule on Dr. Machen’s Appeal

06-22-35

n.a

77

5 Presbyterian Ministers Trial by Penna. Synod; Presbytery Refers Case On Account of High Feeling in Membership

06-29-35

n.a.

77

Hanover’s New Pastor:  The Rev. John Herrick Darling

06-28-35

Wilmington. Even. Journal

78

Pearl Buck Returns to the Good Earth for New Home; Pearl Buck Weds Friend’s Husband; Married After Each Woman is Granted a Divorce in Reno; Ex-Wife Sees Ceremony

n.d., circa July, 1935

Philadelphia Evening Bulletin

79

Satan Quoted As An Astomical [sic] Authority

07-11-35

Presbyterian Banner

79

Minister Locates Heaven [related article on Rev. John H. McComb]

07-11-35

n.a.

79

Meaning of the Permanent Judicial Commission Decision [on licensure]

07-18-35

Presbyterian Banner

80

‘Rebel’ Charge Dismissed; Dr. Buswell Call’s Presbyterian Trial’s End a Victory.

07-09-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

80

Presbytery Goes On With M’Intire Trial; West Jersey Moderator Overrules Motion for Dismissal

07-20-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin [?]

80

The Present Situation As to the New Board

08-08-35

Presbyterian Banner

80

M’Intire Verdict Held Up; Announcement by Presbytery Commission Set

08-10-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin [?]

81-82

A Resignation From The Independent Board

07-25-35

The Presbyterian

83

Presbyterian Constitutional Covenant Union

08-29-35

Presbyterian Banner

83

A Wise Preacher [one who can speak to both sides of controversy]

08-29-35

Presbyterian Banner

83

Churchmen Form Into Two Wings; Both Against Alleged Modernistic Tendencies in Presbyterian Belief; One Faction Militant

09-07-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

83

Church Editor Resigns [H. McAllister Griffiths, from Christianity Today]

08-29-35

n.a.

84

Trial Of Laymen Begun By Church; Face Suspension If Found Guilty in Session Before Presbyterian Moderator [Mary Stewart & M. Thompson]

09-10-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin [?]

84

Church Suspends Rev. Carl M’Intire; Presbyterians Find Collingswood Pastor Guilty of Violating Ordination Vows; Will Appeal Verdict

09-10-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin [?],
p. 1.

85-86

The Story of an Overture on The “Auburn Affirmation,” by J.V. Stephens

09-12-35

Presbyterian Banner

86

Modernists Hit For Rift Faced By Presbyterians; Church Constitution Violated By Assembly Says C.C. McIntire; Declares Breach Over Fundamentalism Similar to Basis of Luther’s Break

09-18-35

Wilmington Morning News, p. 1 & 4.

87

Some Curiosities In the Assembly Minutes [re: Dr. Brumbaugh]

09-19-35

Presbyterian Banner

87-88

Withdraws from the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. [Dr. Brumbaugh]

09-19-35

The Presbyterian

89

Of the Minority

09-19-35

The Presbyterian

89

Liberty in the Presbyterian Church [letter to the Editor, by J. T .Bergen]

09-19-35

The Presbyterian

90

Two Fight Secret Trials By Church; Oppose Presbyterian Hearing Behind Locked Doors On Fundamentalist Charge; Face Contempt Threat

09-24-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

90

Witness Bearing Needed [needed role of evangelicals in the Church]

09-26-35

The Presbyterian

90

New Castle Presbytery Acts Against Rev. Harold S. Laird

10-08-35

Bulletin [?]

90

Laird Case In Presbytery, Two Reports; Majority for Trial of Minister on Charge of Constitution Contempt

10-07-35

Wilmington Evening Journal

91

Brumbaugh Heads New Sect in West; Former Pastor at Bethany Here Leads Tacoma Followers from Presbyterian Church

10-08-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

91-92

Rev. H.S. Laird Must Stand Church Trial; Presbytery of New Castle To Elect Commission Today; Talk Synod Transfer

10-08-35

Wilmington Journal,
p. 1.

92

Dr. Venable Again Head of Presbytery; Installation of Pastor At Elsmere Arranged; To Elect New Clerk

10-08-35

Wilmington Journal,
p. 1 & 12.

93

Board Elected By Presbytery For Laird Trial; Dr. C.C. MacLeod of Wilmington, One of Two Prosecutors; Committee of Seven to Meet

10-09-35

Wilmington Morning News, p. 1 & 11.

94

Presbytery Is Ready For Laird Trial; Commission Names to Try Wilmington Pastor; Both Sides to Prepare Early

10-09-35

Wilmington Journal,
p. 1 & 3.

94

Pastor Draws Rebuke From Presbytery; ‘Church Honeycombed With Unbelief’ Charge Presented by Ministers

10-09-35

Wilmington Journal

95

Laird Trial Board Waits; Presbytery Decree in Case Not Transmitted as yet To 7-Member Commission

10-10-35

Wilmington Journal

95

City Rabbi Regrets Echo of Presbytery [in re:  religious liberty]

10-10-35

Wilmington Even. Jrnl.

95

“The New Prelacy of Committees” [editorial]

10-10-35

The Presbyterian

96

Barnhouse Lauds Foreign Missions; Fundamentalist Leader Back from World Trip After Visiting Presbyterians; Pleads For Fairness

10-21-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

96

Dr. Mudge Asks Church Loyalty; Stated Clerk of Presbyterians Urges Maintenance of Representative Government; Wants Educated Laity

10-21-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

96

Pastor Is Cleared In Lab Sitting Case; Flock Exonerates Rev. E.R. Rein Who Reads Thanks From Pulpit

10-21-35

Phila. Inquirer [?]

97

Synod Receives Report on Pleas; Judicial Committee Acts on Appeals of Dr. Machen and Rev. Mr. M’Intire; Urge Stricter Sabbath

10-22-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

97

Dr. Machen Hints Split in Church; Presbyterian Fundamentalist Leader Discusses Possible Separation; 2 Join Mission Board

10-29-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

97

Finds Chinese Happy; Pearl Buck Doubts Wisdom of Attempts to Westernize China

10-29-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

97

How They Love Each Other [split between S. Craig & H. M’A. Griffiths]

10-24-35

Presbyterian Banner

98

2 Westminster Trustees Quit; Third Member of Seminary Board Here Considering Similar Action; Echo of Missions Row

10-31-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

98

Call America Pagan Nation; Pastor of Seattle Church Urges Ministers Not to Truckle to Worldly Opinion; Opposed to Apathy

11-01-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

98

Dr. J.G. Machen Urges Split of Presbyterians

10-31-35

Wilmington Journal

98

Pastor Accused of Eating Apples; Charge Against Dr. John Burton Thwing Revealed After Session of Presbytery; He ‘Ignored Decorum’

11-05-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

99

Synod of New Jersey [re: Synod review of Machen & McIntire trials]

11-07-35

Presbyterian Banner

99

Presbyterian Synod of Pa. Backs Church Board

11-20-35

Wilmington Journal [?]

99

Thwing’s Backers Form New Church; One Section of Beacon Presbyterian Secedes in Row Over Pastor’s Actions; Ate Apples on Street

11-21-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

99

Inquiry Appreciated; Presbyterian Foreign Missions Board Extols Dr. Barnhouse Report

11-23-35

Phila. Even. Bulletin

100

The Executive Council of Foreign Board Comments on Dr. Barnhouse’s Mission Report

11-21-35

The Presbyterian

101

Remarks by Dr. D.G. Barnhouse on the comment of the Foreign Board Executive Council

11-21-35

The Presbyterian

102

As An Outsider Sees It, by A.C. Dieffenbach, D.D. [re: Machen & CCU]

11-28-35

The Presbyterian

103

Editorial re investigation of Foreign Missions Board

11-28-35

Presbyterian Banner

104

Report of the Judicial Commission Of the Synod of Pennsylvania

11-28-35

Presbyterian Banner

104

Dr. Barnhouse’s Report [editorial]

12-05-35

Presbyterian Banner

104

Dr. Brumbaugh Again Fails To Appear

12-05-35

Presbyterian Banner

104

Action of Board of Foreign Missions On Dr. Barnhouse’s Report

12-05-35

Presbyterian Banner

105

Fundamental Christianity [editorial in support of modernist religion]

12-05-35

Presbyterian Banner

105

Death Causes Another Delay in Pastor’s Trial

12-09-35

Wilmington Journal

106

The Auburn Affirmation Adjudicated; The Church and Politics [letters]

12-12-35

The Presbyterian

106

Dr. Mackay Declines Princeton Post

12-12-35

The Presbyterian

106

Will Not Criticise Churches [re: FDR order restricting comments]

12-19-35

The Presbyterian

107

Editorial review of sermon by Dr. H.A. Fosdick

12-12-35

The Presbyterian

108

Assails Erasing of Pastor’s Name; Fundamentalist Editor Calls Action Against Dr. Thwing Abuse of Power

12-18-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

108

Editor Defends Pastor Dropped by Presbytery

12-19-35

Wilmington Journal

108

Dr. Sutcliffe At First Church, Tacoma

12-19-35

The Presbyterian

108

Liberal and Conservative

12-19-35

The Presbyterian

108

Attorney Sues Elders For Libel; Chester Lawyer Asks $50,000 as Outcome of Charges Against Pastor [see related article above, p. 96]

12-31-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

109

Guilty in Church Dispute; Two Lay Members of Holland Congregation Declared Disobedient [see related article above, p. 84.]

01-04-36

Phila. Evening Bulletin

109

Synod Action Upheld; New Jersey Commission Makes Decision in Case of Two Applicants [licensure of Thomas & Edward Cooper, WTS grads]

01-04-36

Phila. Evening Bulletin

109

Episcopal Union Plea To Pastors; Proponents Criticise Protestantism in Proposal to Join Catholics; Declare It’s Declining

12-26-35

Phila. Evening Bulletin

109

Rev. H.S. Laird Before Church Jury This Week; Announces His Counsel In Defense of Membership On Missionary Board

01-06-36

Wilmington Evening Journal

109

Rev. H.S. Laird Selects Counsel; Minister’s Trial by Judicial Commission of Presbytery May Start Tomorrow; First and Central Pastor Anxious Hearing at Dover Will Be Held Publicly

01-07-36

Wilmington Morning News

110

J.M. Tunnell Attorney In Church Trial; Georgetown Lawyer One of Prosecutors Against Wilmington Clergyman

01-07-36

Wilmington Evening Journal

110-111

Preacher Faces Trial Before Church Jury; Rev. Harold S. Laird Is Accused of Refusing to Obey Assembly Mandate [w/photo]

01-08-36

Wilmington Evening Journal

111

12 Trustees Resign From Seminary Body; Presbyterian School Also Loses Teacher on Church Fundamentalism Issue

01-08-36

Wilmington Evening Journal

111

Presbyterians To Mark 100th Year of Missions; Anniversary of Board To Be Observed at Spring Meeting of Presbytery

01-08-36

Wilmington Evening Journal, p. 15.

112

Faulty Charges Halt Laird Case; Trial Continued Until Next Wednesday Because Forms Lack Signatures; Hearing Barely Started at Dover When Defense Discovers Technical Error

01-08-36

Wilmington Morning News

112

Elected to Board [Rev. John P. Clelland to serve as Trustee for WTS]

01-09-36

n.a.

112

Discipline For Laird Counsel is Declined; N.Y. Minister Says Bennett Not Tried by Session; Rural Board Opposed [duplicate article on p. 113]

01-14-36

n.a.

112

Laird Trial Is Resumed Today; Wilminton Minister Faces Charge of Refusing to Obey Church Mandate

01-15-36

n.a.

113

Presbyterian Pastors Assail Synod Trial [duplicate article on p. 115]

01-14-36

Wilmington Journal

113

Quorum Short In Laird Case; Hearing Delayed Several Hours When Members Are Late Because of Cold

02-19-36

n.a.

113

Laird Trial Up Wednesday; Corrected Charge Against City Pastor Expected At Postponed Meeting

01-13-36

Wilmington Journal

114

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115

Foreign Missions [editorial in support of PCUSA Board]

01-16-36

Presbyterian Banner

115

Disintegration In Westminster Seminary [editorial]

01-16-36

Presbyterian Banner

115

Note on preaching by C.E. Macartney & M. Alexander; their resignations

n.d.

n.a.

115

Verdict Suspends 5 From Ministry; Presbyterian Commission Decides Against Independent Mission Board Members; Assembly Must Ratify

01-15-36

Phila. Evening Bulletin

116

Rev. H.S. Laird Trial Postponed; Presbytery Judicial Commission Adjourns to February 19 Without Action; Defense Counsel Contends Charges Do Not Conform to Book of Discipline

01-16-36

Wilmington Morning News

116

Bennett Sees Gain In Church Breach

01-16-35

Wilmington Morning News

117

Letter to editor, re:  Fundamentalist Fund for the Foreign Board

01-16-36

The Presbyterian

118

Letter to editor, re:  Auburn Affirmation, by Maitland Alexander, refuting his alleged ‘tacit endorsement’

01-23-36

The Presbyterian

118

Concerning Mr. Bennett [editorial]

01-23-36

Presbyterian Banner

119

Obedience Found Inexpedient [reply of NY Presbytery on Bennett Case]

01-23-36

The Presbyterian

120

Unity in Purity [editorial supporting those Trustees leaving WTS]

01-30-36

The Presbyterian