Elesha Coffman, is an Assistant Professor of History, Baylor University. She teaches modern U.S. and intellectual history at Baylor. She graduated from Wheaton College and worked at Christianity Today International before completing her PhD at Duke University. Her scholarly interests include American evangelical and mainline Protestant traditions, print media, assessments of cultural influence, and religious constructions of gender. She is writing a spiritual biography of the anthropologist Margaret Mead for the Oxford University Press “Spiritual Lives” series, edited by Timothy Larsen.
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Profiles in Faith: G.K. Chesterton
Gilbert Keith Chesterton exerted a powerful influence on the next generation of British Christian writers,...Read More