Reuben Archer Torrey, also known as R.A. Torrey, worked with Dwight L. Moody in Chicago, and became superintendent of what is now Moody Bible Institute, then-Chicago Evangelization Society. In 1894 he was pastor of Chicago Avenue (now Moody) Church. Heading to the West Coast, Torrey was dean of the Bible Institute Of Los Angeles (BIOLA), and in 1915 he was the first pastor of Church of the Open Door in Los Angeles (later pastored by J. Vernon McGee). He also was an editor of the movement-defining multi-volume work, “The Fundamentals.”
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