Recently, there were some lecture series given in honor of the one hundredth year since Dr. Carl F.H. Henry’s birth. Many say that Henry “was the brains of twentieth century evangelical Christianity while Graham was the heart.”
While I was doing research for my M.A. thesis, I spotted Dr. Henry in the library. He was carefully reading and jotting down notes on a yellow legal pad. He stood up so I took that as my opportunity to approach him.
Dr. Henry was kind and easy to talk with. I tried to cover as much terrain as possible in our few minutes.
I couldn’t help but notice that Dr. Henry started to walk as he talked. He was fully engaged in the conversation, but I thought it odd that he was walking.
Dr. Henry finally stopped, thanked me for the conversation, and walked into the bathroom that I had not noticed until then!