Daniel L. Turner documents the history of Bob Jones University in Standing Without Apology. He begins with the ministry of Fundamentalist evangelist Bob Jones, Sr. and follows BJU’s history from Florida to Tennessee to Greenville, South Carolina. He shows how Fundamentalism, fine arts, and academic integrity produced "The World’s Most Unusual University." Illustrated with archive photos and full of primary research, his account includes biographical sketches of Monroe Parker, Dwight Gustafson, and others. It also covers controversies over Modernism, Billy Graham and New Evangelicalism, and racial policies and tax exemption. This revised and updated edition covers the death of Bob Jones, Jr. and George W. Bush’s 2000 campaign visit. Also in hardcover.