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This exhibit was created for the preservation and legacy of The Belden Center for Private Enterprise Education. It serves to preserve the legacy of Clark David Belden, Delbert R. Belden, as well as the contributions and published works of Dr. Don P. Diffine, Director of Belden Center for its entire 37 years of existance.
The Belden Center office
Dr. Don P. Diffine (left) and Delbert R. Belden (right)
Housed in the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Business Building on the Harding University campus in Searcy, Arkansas.
All photos, documents, published works, and trademarks herein are the property of The Belden Center, Don P. Diffine, and Harding University. No publications are to be reprinted and sold for profit, rather they are to be used for personal or practical education, and betterment.
Special thanks go to Brenda Davis, Maci Handy, Jack Henderson, and David Kee for the hundreds of hours worked to bring this exhibit together.
Jim Bill McInteer, a 1942 graduate of Harding College, preached from the time he was 18 years old until his death at the age of 88 in 2010. Famous for never repeating a sermon during his 30 years at the West End church in Nashville, Tenn., Brother McInteer kept meticulous records of his sermon outlines and notes.
Following his death, Brother McInteer's family donated this priceless collection to Harding University. The staff of Brackett Library continues to work to digitize this material making it available to a much wider audience.
1979-2016 This exhibit was created for the preservation and legacy of The Belden Center for Private Enterprise Education. It serves to preserve...