Historian / Speaker / Author
Scott Culpepper serves as a historian, speaker, and author of fiction and nonfiction, creatively exploring the history and mystery of the human experience. He holds a PhD from Baylor University and specializes in the history of the Americas and Europe with a particular emphasis on the intersections of politics, religions, and popular cultures. His book Francis Johnson and the English Separatist Influence was published by Mercer University Press in 2011. He has contributed chapters to The Supernatural Revamped and Apocalyptic Chic. His academic and creative pursuits are driven by a desire to help people overcome restrictive cultural, intellectual and religious systems to embrace healthy views of world cultures, the mysteries of faith, themselves, and their fellow humans. He teaches at Dordt University and writes regularly for blogs, including The Twelve, In All Things, and Faith on View.