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Dr. Harold John Ockenga

Wrong Dr. Harold John Ockenga?

Board Member

Phone: (704) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  United States
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Ltd
1 Billy Graham Parkway
Charlotte , North Carolina 28201
United States

Company Description: The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world by every effective means available. From its headquarters...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Taylor University
  • PhD.
    University of Pittsburgh
  • PhD.
    Princeton Theological Seminary
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But we know that the term ..., 28 July 2007 [cached]
But we know that the term "Neo-evangelical" was actually coined by Harold Ockenga, one-time editor of Christianity Today and director on the board of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. In the foreword to Harold Lindsell's The Battle for the Bible, Ockenga recounted the early history of New Evangelicalism and listed its principles:
Neo-evangelicals emphasized the restatement of Christian theology in accordance with the need of the times, the RE-ENGAGEMENT IN THE THEOLOGICAL DEBATE, THE RECAPTURE OF DENOMINATIONAL LEADERSHIP, AND THE RE-EXAMINATION OF THEOLOGICAL PROBLEMS SUCH AS THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN, THE UNIVERSALITY OF THE FLOOD, GOD'S METHOD OF CREATION, AND OTHERS" (Harold J. Ockenga, foreword to Harold Lindsell's book The Battle for the Bible).
Way of Life Literature [cached]
Harold Ockenga and the New Evangelical Movement he Founded
The following is a review of the book The Surprising Work of God: Harold John Ockenga, Billy Graham, and the Rebirth of Evangelicalism by Garth M. Rosell (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2008).
Rosell is the son of Merv Rosell, an evangelist who associated with Ockenga, Graham, and other leaders of the New Evangelical movement.
Harold Ockenga (1905-85) was possibly the most influential evangelical leader of the 20th century. He was pastor of the prominent Park Street Church in Boston, founder of the National Association of Evangelicals, co-founder and first president of Fuller Theological Seminary, first president of the World Evangelical Fellowship, president of Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, a director of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and chairman of the board and one-time editor of Christianity Today.
In the 1950s Ockenga helped found the New Evangelical movement that rejected separatism and aimed at a more positive and pragmatic philosophy as opposed to the negativism and isolation of fundamentalism.
Antipas: CIA Connections, 31 Oct 2014 [cached]
Its first president was Harold Ockenga, co-founder of Fuller Theological Seminary.
40. Al Dager's report on The World Christian Movement , describes the ministry of Forest Home and Henrietta Mears' close working relationship with Charles Fuller and Harold Ockenga.
"The third person within the association at that time was Harold Ockenga, President of Gordon College and pastor of Park Street Church in Boston. Ockenga was instrumental in forming the National Association of Evangelicals (N.A.E.). As a very close friend of Charles Fuller, he met with Fuller in Chicago to assist him in developing the plan for Fuller Evangelical Seminary.
As a result, Ockenga became the first President of Fuller Evangelical Seminary.
New Age Ties of Spiritual Counterfeits Project 4, 12 Feb 2015 [cached]
Meares was an associate of Charles E. Fuller who founded Fuller Theological Seminary with Harold Ockenga, J. Edwin Orr, Armin Gesswein and Meares.
Harold Ockenga founded the National Association of Evangelicals [NEA] with J. Edwin Orr in 1942.
Dr. Harold J. Ockenga, Park ..., 29 Aug 2011 [cached]
Dr. Harold J. Ockenga, Park Street's minister from 1936 to 1969, was co-founder and first president of the National Association of Evangelicals, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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