Contributors to this Issue

Richard J. Carwardine is professor of American history at the University of Sheffield. His research interests have resulted in several important books detailing the impact of evangelical thought on religious and political culture in antebellum Britain and America. His publications include Transatlantic Revivalism: Popular Evangelicalism in Britain and America, 1790–1865 and Evangelicals and Politics in Antebellum America.

Allen C. Guelzo is Grace Kea Associate Professor of American History at Eastern College. A longtime student of the Civil War and American religion, Guelzo has authored "Edwards on Will": A Century of American Theological Debate; For the Union of Evangelical Christendom: The Irony of the Reformed Episcopalians, 1873–1930; and The Crisis of the American Republic: A History of the Civil War and Reconstruction. He was a recent commentator for the 1996 Abraham Lincoln Symposium and is a much-respected expert on American intellectual and cultural history.

Mark A. Noll is professor of history and McManis Professor of Christian Thought at Wheaton College. His research focuses on the place of churches and of Christian faith in the intellectual and political history of the United States and other North Atlantic societies. He has written Princeton and the Republic, 1768–1822 and A History of Christianity in the United States and Canada. He has also edited several works, notably, Religion and American Politics.