The Papers of David Allan Hubbard, 1928-1996 documents David Allan Hubbard’s career as professor, author and evangelical leader, as well as the development of Fuller Theological Seminary from 1963 to 1993.
The collection begins with Hubbard’s daily appointment diaries, followed by a large collection of written sermons, course materials, book reviews, endorsements, correspondence, manuscripts, and administrative documents. A small assortment of photographs and audiocassettes, books and personal materials are also included.
- The Joyful Sound sermon series (an international radio broadcast of the Fuller Evangelistic Association and successor to Charles Fuller’s Old Fashioned Revival Hour radio broadcast);
- Old Testament reserve materials for students;
- The Signs and Wonders controversy;
- The development of Fuller Seminary’s "Mission Beyond the Mission" statement;
- The Winona Lake School of Theology;
- The development of Fuller Seminary’s Statement of Faith;
- The Battle for the Bible controversy;
- Fuller faculty addresses, lectures and articles;
- Fuller Seminary campus property documents;
- Fuller Seminary Women’s Issues papers, including documents concerning Paul Jewett’s Man as Male and Female
Material is property of Fuller Theological Seminary. Scholarly use permitted within parameters of copyright law.
Fuller Seminary Archives and Special Collections, "COLLECTION 18: Papers of David Allan Hubbard, 1928-1996" (2018). List of Archival Collections. 16.