John Monroe Vayhinger Collection

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2020


Descriptive Summary

Title: John Monroe Vayhinger Collection
Dates: 1992-2002
Collection Number: CFT00173
Creator/Collector:
Extent: 7 Boxes
Repository: Fuller Theological Seminary-David Allan Hubbard Library Archives
Pasadena, California 91182
Abstract: John Monroe Vayhinger (b. January 27, 1916 – d. June 11, 2006) worked as a psychotherapist, diplomate (American Board of Assessment Psychology), evangelist, educator, and ordained pastor in the Methodist Church. The John Monroe Vayhinger Collection contains research material, notes, and drafts of his writing. It also includes his class materials, notes, and academic catalogs from his education at Taylor and Columbia universities. The bulk of the contents range from 1992-2002.
Language of Material: English

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Preferred Citation

John Monroe Vayhinger Collection. Fuller Theological Seminary-David Allan Hubbard Library Archives

Biography/Administrative History

John Monroe Vayhinger (b. January 27, 1916 – d. June 11, 2006) worked as a psychotherapist, diplomate (American Board of Assessment Psychology), evangelist, educator, and ordained pastor in the Methodist Church. Highlights of his career include working as a pastor within the United Methodist Church in Connecticut, Indiana, New York, and Colorado from 1938-1968. He also served professorships at West Virginia University (1949-51); Garrett Theological Seminary (1958-1964); the Anderson University School of Theology (1968-1981); and Asbury Theological Seminary (1981-1984). Vayhinger worked as the Director of Institutional Ministries with the Indiana Council of Churches in Indianapolis from 1968-1981. He also served as chairperson of the Pastoral Counseling Institute in Atlanta, GA beginning in 1985. He has collections at various institutions including Taylor University and Asbury Theological Seminary. He donated the bulk of his massive library to Asbury Seminary.

Scope and Content of Collection

This collection is organized into 7 boxes consisting of 3 series as follows: Series 1: Files (Notes, Writings, and Research) (Boxes 1-5); Series 2: Class Notes and Personal (Box 6); Series 3: Audio Cassette Tapes (Box 7).