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.
David Allan Hubbard (1928-1996) was the third president of Fuller Theological Seminary. Dr. Hubbard served for thirty years
as President and Professor of Old Testament. His presidency is marked by significant changes in the Seminary’s culture. Beyond
the academic arena, Hubbard’s addresses and sermons have been heard in churches, seminar rooms, and over the mass media. From
1969 –1980, he was heard regularly on the International Radio Broadcast “The Joyful Sound,” a successor program to Charles
E. Fuller's “Old Fashioned Revival Hour.” It was heard on more than 100 stations around the world. Hubbard wrote thirty-six
books, many more articles on various issues, and as dozens of entries in
biblical reference dictionaries and encyclopedias. He produced commentaries such as the multivolume series Tyndale Commentaries
and The Communicator’s Commentary. Hubbard also
helped produce the Word Biblical Commentary series in 1982.
124 Boxes, 70 linear feet
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