Amzi Clarence Dixon (1854 – 1925) was a well-known Baptist pastor, Bible expositor and evangelist, who occupied a number of well known pulpits in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Along with R.A. Torrey
he edited what became the influential journal
The Fundamentals which helped develop the teachings of what is known as fundamentalist Christianity today.
Dixon was a stauch advocate of Fundamentalist Christianity during that movement's developmental period. It was said that his preaching was often polemical and direct, confronting various forms of apostasy. Specifically, he
preached against a variety of apostasies including,
Roman Catholicism, Henry Ward Beecher's liberalism, Robert Ingersoll's agnosticism,
higher criticism of the