In 1921, M.E. Carrier, chief engineer for Biola, began to speculate about the possibility of beaming the Gospel over the airwaves. Because the value of radio had yet to be proven, R.A. Torrey, Dean of the Bible Institute, and Superintendent T.C. Horton received Carrier's idea cautiously. After a few months of careful consideration, however, plans were made to construct at 10-watt radio transmitter for Biola... For complete history, click here.