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Christian Anti-Communism Crusade of Australia

  • 132
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • 1953-

The Christian Anti-Communism Crusade was founded in 1953 by Australian physician Dr Fred Schwarz (1913-2009). In the 1960s the headquarters was moved to Long Beach, California. in 1961 the Southern California School of Anti-Communism was held with 16,000 delegates. Dr Schwarz published a fortnightly newsletter and the book 'You can trust the Communists (to be Communist)'.

Babbage, Stuart Barton

  • 130
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1916-2012

Stuart Barton Babbage was born in Auckland in 1916. He studied history and economics at Auckland University, then completed a PhD at London University. After ordination in 1939 he served in an Essex parish, then as RAF chaplain in Norfolk. He married Elizabeth King in 1943, and was then sent to Iraq and Persia. In 1946 he came to Sydney as diocesan missioner, then served as Dean from 1947-1953. In 1953 he became Principal of Ridley College and Dean of Melbourne (1953-1962). In 1959 he chaired the organising committee for Billy Graham's crusade. He went to America in 1963 to take up a position of professor Columbia Theological Seminary, Georgia. He established the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts and was President from 1963-1973. Returning to Australia, he was Master of New College at the University of New South Wales from 1973-1983, and in 1995 was awarded the Order of Australia. From 1977-1992 he was also Registrar of the Australian College of Theology. He and Elizabeth had four children; she died in 1984.

Cameron, Ernest

  • 150
  • Pessoa singular
  • 1894-1985

Ernest Cameron was born in Erskineville and attended St Andrew's Cathedral School and Moore College. He was ordained in 1920. From 1930-1937 he was Rector of St Peter's Hornsby, then St Luke's Mosman from 1937-1963. He was appointed honorary Canon of St Andrew's Cathedral in 1949.

Council of Churches in NSW Broadcasting Company Pty Ltd

  • 166
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • 1970-

A broadcasting license was granted to the NSW Council of Churches in 1931, with the first broadcast made on Radio 2CH in 1932. In 1944 the station facilities were purchased by Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia), then in 1970 the NSW Council of Churches Broadcasting Company became the licensee of 2CH. In 1989 a new company, Council of Churches Broadcasters Pty Ltd was established, and Radio 2CH Pty Ltd was also established to hold the broadcasting license and operate the station. In 1995 CCB sold its shares in 2CH to Radio Superhighway Pty Ltd, now known as Macquarie Radio Network.

IVF General Committee

  • 169
  • Pessoa coletiva
  • 1936-1973

The IVF General Committee was the governing body of Inter Varsity Fellowship Australia. It was made up of the General Secretary, the Prayer Secretary, the Treasurer, Representative for Women Students, Missionary Secretary, four graduates and representatives from the Universities of Queensland, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Tasmania and Western Australia. The state representatives were the Presidents of the Union or Fellowship in that state.

Watson, James H.

  • 170
  • Pessoa singular
  • active 1900s
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