Category Description for Dwight Lyman Moody

Dwight Lyman Moody (1837-1899), American evangelist, noted for his crusades both in the United States and Great Britain.

Founder of the Chicago Bible Institute (after his death renamed Moody Bible Institute), Northfield Seminary for Young Ladies, and Mount Hermon School for Boys (The later two institutions are now combined as Northfield Mount Hermon School).

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Anecdotes & Illustrations of D. L. Moody
Revised edition, 1881. Complied by J. B. McClure. Also includes epitomes of fellow evangelists: Ira Sankey, D. W. Whittle, and Philip Bliss.
D. L. Moody and His Work
Complete e-text of biography published in 1876.
Internet Archive: Notes from My Bible from Genesis to Revelation
1895 e-text. Collection of sermon illustrations, outlines, and study notes gathered by Moody from the margins of his preaching Bible.
Internet Archive: Tell Me about Moody
1936 e-text. An international centenary tribute to Moody, by Will Houghton and Charles Cook. Recounts the life and accomplishments of the evangelist.
The Life and Work of Dwight Lyman Moody
Biography by J. Wilbur Chapman originally published in 1900.
Moody Bible Institute: D. L. Moody Story
Biography of the evangelist and milestones in his career.
Where Are D. L. Moody's Papers?
FAQ at Billy Graham Center Archives describing location and availability of holdings. Some materials online.
Wholesome Words: Dwight L. Moody
Selected articles and resource guide for Dwight Lyman Moody (1837-1899).
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