|Present||Professor of History and Law, Cedarville University ‐ Department of History and Government|
Honors and Awards
- Ohio Magazine Excellence in Education Award - 2016
- History of Christianity: Pre-Reformation
- History of Civilization I & II
- History & Politics of Western Europe
- History of Political Thought I & II
- Introduction to Historiography
- Jurisprudence-Philosophy of Law
- Making of the Modern Mind
- Modern Church History
- Politics and American Culture
- Renaissance & Reformation Europe
- Research in European History
|2002||Ph.D., University of the Orange Free State|
|1993||M.A., Liberty University|
|1993||M.Th., Liberty University|
|1982||J.D., West Virginia University|
|1980||M.A., Marshall University|
|1978||B.S., Marshall University|
Department of History and Government
Rendering to God and Caesar: Critical Readings for American Government Faculty Books (2014)
To understand American government is, at minimum, to recognize religion's profound influence on our culture and, by extension, our politics." So state the editors of this outstanding collection of 55 readings that survey the function ...
A History of the Idea of "God's Law" (Theonomy): Its Origins, Development and Place in Political and Legal Thought Faculty Books (2006)
This book addresses the idea that the judicial law of God, as found in the Old Testament of the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, has a place in legal and political thought and practice, as well ...
A Study of Scottish Hermeneutical Method from John Knox to the Early Twentieth Century: From Christian to Secular Faculty Books (2004)
This work examines the evolution of Scottish hermeneutical method from John Knox to the early 20th century, showing how the method was transformed from a Primitivism (a term borrowed from the history of ideas) to ...
Encyclopedia Entry (10)
The Emergence of Conscience Rights for Health Care Professionals: How We Moved Historically from Conscience to Conscience Rights Ethics, Medicine and Public Health (2019)
Recent debates about conscience rights of health care professionals have sometimes been conducted in a vacuum. But they have a history, going back in part to ancient times, but predominantly in the Christian era. The ...