Dr. Schultz serves as the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Before coming to LU in 2002, he taught at Virginia Intermont College, the University of Arkansas, and Oak Hills Christian College. He is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. He served as Chair of the History Department until Spring of 2007. His specialty is American religious history, particularly American fundamentalism, and he is interested in the interaction of religion and culture. His writings have also dealt with Christians in the American Revolution and Biblical principles of government. Dr. Schultz frequently preaches in local churches and speaks at church conferences. Recent conference topics include God and Government; America’s Christian Heritage; Biblical Creationism; Amazing Grace; Fundamentals of the Faith; and the Legacy of the Reformation. The Schultzes have nine children--four of which are L.U. alumni. A native Minnesotan, Dr. Schultz enjoys hunting and fishing. Given the chance, he will spin bear and moose stories of the north woods and tell of his adventures as a canoe guide in the Boundary Waters Wilderness Area. His essays and articles have appeared in World Magazine; The Banner of Truth; Faith for All of Life; Fides et Historia; Chalcedon Report; Contra Mundum; Human Events; The Presbyterian Witness; Presbyterian Advocate; American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia; The Ozark Historical Review; The Journal of Christian Reconstruction; The Christian Observer; Presbyterian and Reformed News; and Christianity and Civilization.
All Things Made New: The Evolving Fundamentalism of Harry Rimmer, 1890-1952, Faculty Dissertations (1989)
Harry Rimmer (1890-1952) was a national leader of American fundamentalism in the first half of...