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Employment History

Minister
Weaverville

Editor
Presbyterian Journal

Affiliations

Founder
Southern Presbyterian Journal

Founder
The Southern Presbyterian Journal Dr. Bell

Co-Founder
Presbyterian Journal

Web References (12 Total References)


WPC - What is the PCA? (HISTORY)

www.redeemerchurch.net [cached]

To let the members of the Presbyterian Church US know about this attempt to undermine our historic faith and to encourage conservatives to resist the efforts of the liberals to gain complete control , Dr. Bell and Henry B. Dendy , minister at the Weaverville , North Carolina Presbyterian Church , founded The Southern Presbyterian Journal Dr. Bell served as editor and Dr. Dendy as business manager.

By the early 1950's the liberals believed they had sufficient control to achieve their primary goal of uniting the Southern Church with the Northern Church.The 1954 General Assembly , dominated by the liberals , approved the union and sent it down to the presbyteries for the vote They were so sure they would win that they did not oppose a conservative motion that the pros and cons of the union be widely debated over the church.
UNION DEFEATED
The Book of Church Order required that 3/4ths of the presbyteries had to approve a merger with another church body.


history - World Journalism Institute

www.worldji.com [cached]

With an area minister, Henry Dendy, he founded a new magazine, the Southern Presbyterian Journal, to challenge the assumptions and the activities of the liberals, and to return the church to its biblical moorings.By the end of the decade, the Journal had become a weekly publication.In the 1950's, the Journal was more and more widely read, even beyond Presbyterianism, for its reporting on the church scene and its analysis of ecumenical liberalism.While Dr. Bell continued to write a popular column for the Journal called "The Layman and His Church," he also used what he had learned about magazine publishing as he played a lead role in the formation of Christianity Today.


Dr. Henry B. Dendy was my ...

www.ligonier.org [cached]

Dr. Henry B. Dendy was my boyhood pastor of the First (and only) Presbyterian Church of Weaverville, North Carolina. He was a man with unlimited talent and abounding in energy. He was a quintessential pastor and preacher, the kind every church needs and wants. Dr. Dendy was also co-founder of the Presbyterian Journal and its editor for twenty-some years. This magazine was the forerunner of World magazine. Dr. Dendy loved Scripture and he loved, lived, and breathed the Shorter Catechism. He encouraged parents to teach the catechism to their children, and he helped them do this.


Westminster Presbyterian Church

www.solochristo.org [cached]

To let the members of the Presbyterian Church U.S. know about this attempt to undermine our historic faith and to encourage conservatives to resist the efforts of the liberals to gain complete control , Dr. Bell and Dr. Henry B. Dendy , minister at the Weaverville , North Carolina Pres- byterian Church , founded the Southern Presbyterien Journal.

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Dr. Bell served as editor and Dr. Dendy as business manager.


History of the Presbyterian Church in America

www.norrishill.org [cached]

To let the members of the Presbyterian Church U.S. know about this attempt to undermine our historic faith and to encourage conservatives to resist the efforts of the liberals to gain complete control, Dr. Bell and Dr. Henry B. Dendy, minister at the Weaverville, North Carolina Presbyterian Church, founded the Southern Presbyterian Journal. Dr. Bell served as editor and Dr. Dendy as business manager.

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