Remembering the Ministry of
The Reverend Dr. Carl McIntire
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· Home
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· Radio Free America
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.

· Church Information
Explore documents and pictures from the formation and history of the Bible Presbyterian Church in Collingswood.

· Commemorative Items
We have collected a number of items looking back at Dr. McIntire´s ministry in pictures and words.

· Sermon Transcripts
Select from a large variety of Dr. Mcintire´s transcribed sermons to read online (or download and print).

· 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
Peruse the many booklets and pamphlets we have collected from the pen of Dr. McIntire.

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

· Other Items
Here is a collection of other pieces which did not fit in any of the other categories above.

McIntire Gets Belated Apology From Prominent New Evangelical
From the Calvary Contender of September 2003

Dr. Carl McIntire was a tireless enemy of communism and religious liberalism. He was often castigated by liberals, and by many new evangelicals, but Fuller Seminary Pres. Richard Mouw after McIntire's death (March 2002) candidly cast McIntire in a more favorable light. He said of McIntire (5/21/02 Christianity Today): "[His] insistence that ecumenical leaders-in both the National and World Council of Churches-were giving aid and comfort to the enemy when they warmly embraced. visitors from the Soviet Bloc's Orthodox churches. 'These are agents of the Communist government, folks!' he would insist ... Like the ecumenical leaders ... I dismissed his accusations as fanatical rantings...[But] we know now that many of those Russian Orthodox leaders were indeed conscious leaders of their Marxist government...To my knowledge, no one in the world of ecumenical Protestantism ever apologized for the cavalier manner in which they dismissed his charges. 1, for one, believed we owed him an apology...You were right, Dr. McIntire!"

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