Miles S. Mullin, II teaches Church History at the Houston campus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He earned his Ph.D. in Religion at Vanderbilt University,specializing in American religious history. He maintains broad historical and theological interests but focuses his research on evangelical history and African American religious history. His most recent essay, “Neoevangelicalism and the Problem of Race in Postwar America,” is included in Christians and the Color Line, forthcoming from OUP. Currently, he is revising his dissertation on the development of northern evangelical social concern after World War II for publication.
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