Carl F. H. Henry (1913-2003) was a Christian theologian and the first Dean of Fuller Theological Seminary in 1947. He was also the founder of the magazine _Christianity Today_ in 1956, and is regarded by many as the father of neo-evangelicalism. Receiving both bachelors and masters degrees from Wheaton College, he then earned a Doctor of Theology degree from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and finally a PhD from Boston University in 1949.
In The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism (1947), Carl Henry deals with Fundamentalism as an "object of surgery" and suggests a direction where new-evangelicalism should go.
- The Henry Institute (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)
- Carl F.H. Henry, Theologian and First Editor of Christianity Today, Dies at 90 ( _Christianity Today_)
- Carl F. Henry Memorial Page (Billy Graham Center, Wheaton College)