Remembering the Ministry of
The Reverend Dr. Carl McIntire
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View documents and written acounts of Dr. McIntire's historic battle with the FCC over the first-ever use of the "Fairness Doctrine" against his radio broadcasts.

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· Speeches
Dr. McIntire was a prolific speaker who made his voice heard on a variety of issues pertinent to the Church in society. A selection of his speeches are included here in transcript form.

· Booklets and Pamphlets
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· Obituaries
Read obituaries for Dr. McIntire and his wife Fairy.

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McIntire Group Protests New 'Social Creed'
From the Philadelphia Bulletin of June 23, 1967

Bible Presbyterians, in protest against the "social creed" contained in the "new Confession of 1967" of the United Presbyterian Church, are driving a black hearse through sections of the city and suburbs, concluding a cross country demonstration.

On arriving here yesterday the hearse stopped first at 3rd and Arch streets, the scene of a one-time church where the Presbyterian General Assembly was first held in 1789. It will be taken to the statue of John Witherspoon, a Presbyterian pioneer, on Belmont Ave, in Fairmount Park, on Sunday.

A book, attacking the large United Presbyterian denomination, called "Death of a Church," by Rev. Carl McIntire, of Collingswood, N.J., is being distributed from the hearse. Mr. McIntire was dismissed from the Presbyterian Church in the 1930's on charges of disobeying its discipline, and he subsequently founded the fundamentalist Bible Presbyterian Church.

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