Crest of a Golden Wave: Pepperdine University, 1937-1987, a 50th Anniversary Pictorial History
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AbstractA "50th Anniversary Pictorial History" of Pepperdine University (1937 to 1987) edited by Jerry Rushford, with contributions from Howard A. White (Historical Narrative) and Patricia Yomantas (Presidential Biographies). Pepperdine University is a Christian university based in Malibu, California.
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Oral history interview with Frank and Della PackRushford, Jerry (SelectedWorks, 1986-02-05)Frank Pack was a longtime Pepperdine University religion professor. He is also the namesake of the Frank Pack Distinguished Christian Scholar Lecture Program, which was named in his honor. Jerry Rushford, of Pepperdine University, recorded this oral history in the process of researching his book “We Preach Christ Crucified…”. The interview took place at Pack’s home in west Los Angeles, California, on his birthday (Feb. 5, 1986). The focus of the interview is mostly biographical, including his years at various Churches of Christ colleges, including Pepperdine. Della, his wife, was also present for the recording.
Oral history interview with William GreenRushford, Jerry (SelectedWorks, 1976-01-01)William M. Green was an accomplished Christian scholar and served as Professor of Ancient Christian Literature at Pepperdine University from 1962-1974. The William M. Green Distinguished Christian Scholar Lecture Program is named in his honor. Jerry Rushford recorded this interview in about 1976 at Green's residence in Santa Barbara, CA. General subject matter is biographical and Green's work in the Churches of Christ, American Samoa, and Pre-millennialism.