|Editor-in-Chief:||Dr. Samuel C. Smith, Ph.D., Liberty University|
|Editors:||Dr. Michael Davis, Ph.D., Liberty University|
|Dr. Benjamin Esswein, Ph.D., Liberty University|
|Dr. Carey Roberts, Ph.D., Liberty University|
|Dr. Christopher Smith, Ph.D., Liberty University|
|Dr. David L. Snead, Ph.D., Liberty University|
Bound Away is the journal of the Liberty University Department of History. As part of a Christian academic community, Bound Away editors are especially interested in articles and book reviews produced from a Christian Worldview perspective. As such, we welcome submissions from graduate students and scholars who write from traditional approaches to history that emphasize empirical evidence, balanced interpretation, and cogent narrative. Non-traditional submissions such as expositions on public history, curriculum design for history programs, oral history projects, and documentary films or collections will also be considered.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2 (2016)
From the Editor
Welcome to Volume 1, Issue 2 of our graduate publication Bound Away: The Liberty Journal of History. The six articles in this issue range broadly in time and topic, but all are excellent examples of historians seeking to “do history” from a biblical worldview perspective. Of course, this does not mean that each article has a religious topic or thrust (clearly some do), but that each author seeks to employ Christian integrity, insight, and passion into respective areas of historical interest.
I am especially excited that for the first time, students from our on-line graduate history program (Jose Ongpauco, Claire Morgan, and Steven Pruitt) are publishing papers in Bound Away. Three of our residential graduate students (Christy Connell, Kevan Keane, and Kory Quirion) have produced papers for this issue as well. All of these fine articles first appeared as assignment papers in a Liberty University History graduate class (residential or on-line) and were then reviewed by the respective professors. They were subsequently referred to our editorial board for possible publication, and went through another series of edits and reviews. We believe these articles illustrate well our residential and on-line faculty members’ intentions to mentor student-scholars who seek to glorify God in their academic endeavors.
The First Great Awakening: Revival and the Birth of a Nation
Kory Ray Thomas Quirion