William Henry Houghton

William Henry Houghton (28 June 1887 - 14 June 1947) was an evangelist and the fourth president of Moody Bible Institute. Biographer Wilbur Smith said of him: "Two primary passions possessed the soul of Will H. Houghton, from the beginning of his ministry to the end… evangelism, and the study of the word of God." Houghton was known for his fundamentalist Christianity.

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