Dr. Mark Draper

Dr. Mark  Draper

Mark Draper (B.A. Temple University; MLIS Drexel University; M.A. Biblical Seminary; Ph.D. Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) completed his doctorate in Historical Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School where is was also a Jonathan Edwards Fellow. He has served as the Assistant Director of the Niebuhr Center for Faith and Action and adjunct professor in history and religion at Elmhurst College.  At Elmhurst College, Mark worked closely with campus ministries such as Cru, Intervarsity, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Mark has also served as a library supervisor at the Free Library of Philadelphia.

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Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes: American Christianity Discussion 4/9/2021
Reading and Misreading Scripture through Western Eyes: The Bible and Slavery 4/9/2021
IView - Interview - 19th Century Cults and Sex in Upstate New York 11/8/2019
Northern Christian Social Imageries and the Formation of Christian Republicanism...  
Is It Time to Stop Talking about Evangelicalism and Start Talking about Evangeli...  
The Apologetics of Joseph Butler and Albert Barnes  
Albert Barnes and the Edwardsean AntiSlavery Tradition  
Mark Draper - The Development of the Edwardsean Postmillennial Tradition and the...  
An Eschatological Look at the Theology of Albert Barnes