A History of Fundamentalism in America
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Dr George W Dollar's classic work, A History of Fundamentlism in America, has been updated and reissued with the help of his two children, George Dollar Jr and Marcia Phillips. Included in this reprint are 9 new chapters covering the progression of fundamentalism from 1972 through 2006.
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Dr Dollar's Defining & Final Work
In 1972, Dr George Dollar was commissioned by Bob Jones Jr of Bob Jones University to author the inaugural publication of the new Bob Jones Press, a book detailing the progress of Baptist Fundamentlism in the United States. It was a monumental achievement requiring months of studious research, all of which is documented in the book. It was, and arguably still is, the greatest single source of information regarding the early days of Baptist Fundamentalism in America.
The final edition of his book, A History of Fundamentalism in America contains a large portion of the original 1973 scholarly work that the author wrote, the first historical reference book on the movement, and nine chapters of observations concerning the three decades since that publication. The volume represents the final research and writing of an incredible scholar and a life devoted to Fundamentalism.
Learn More About Dr George W Dollar
Dr. George W. Dollar (1917–2006) was a prominent preacher, teacher and author in Independent Fundamental Baptist circles. He is most famous as of co-founder of the Southwide Baptist Fellowship, author of 3 books including A History of Fundamentalism in America and a militant defender of his faith.
Dollar was born in 1917 in a small town outside Saint John, New Brunswick as the first and only son for a young fisherman who died at sea the same day Dollar was born. As brother to 14 younger half-siblings (although two died during childhood), Dollar would often listen to American radio thanks to a neighbor who would open the window so the children could listen. One night while listening to the radio, Dollar heard a sermon and immediately converted to Christianity. He was ordained to the gospel ministry in 1942 by the Second Baptist Church of Newton, Massachusetts, and also pastored Bethany Baptist Church of Madison, Georgia and State Street Baptist Church in Cayce, South Carolina.
Dollar was a graduate of Gordon College and Gordon Divinity School. He received the Master of Theology degree in church history from Emory University and received a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Boston University. he served as professor at Columbia Bible College, Chairman of the Department of Church History at Dallas Theological Seminary and Bob Jones University and vice-President of Piedmont Bible College. he was also Dean at Central Baptist Seminary of Minneapolis as well as being a pastor, conference speaker, and author.
In 1956, Dollar co-foundered the Southwide Baptist Fellowship, as well as the author of the doctrinal statement adopted by the fellowship. Dollar authored three books including A History of Fundamentalism in America (1973), The New Testmanent and New Pentecostalism (1978) and The Fight for Fundamentalism (1983). In his final years, he taught and preached at the Lighthouse Ministries in Lakeland, Florida.
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