may be found at www.h-net.msu.edu/. He is now working inThe Fundamentalism File, an
archives and religious resource center dedicatedto the study of
Fundamentalism and relatedissues housed in J. S. Mack Library on the
campus of Bob Jones University.
William R. Estep, James Leo Garrett,and Richard V. Pierard have
written the chapter, "Baptists: A Global Community of Faith," forthe
book, WE BAPTISTS, published by Providence House, Franklin TN.
Carl Strikwerda has been named an Associate Dean of the Collegeof
Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Universityof Kansas where he has special
responsibilities for international and interdisciplinary programs. His A
HOUSE DIVIDED:CATHOLICS, SOCIALISTS, AND FLEMISH
NATIONALISTS IN NINETEENTH CENTURYBELGIUM appeared in
1997, and his book, co-editedwith Ellen Furlough (University of
Kentucky), CONSUMERSAGAINST CAPITALISM? CONSUMER
COOPERATION IN EUROPE, NORTH AMERICA, AND JAPAN,1840-
1990, has just been published by Rowman and Littlefield.In 1998, a new,
paperback edition came out of his co-edited volume, THE POLITICS OF
IMMIGRANT WORKERS:LABOR ACTIVISM AND MIGRATION IN
THE WORLD ECONOMY SINCE 1830.
Chris Morgan (California Baptist University)recently finished a Ph.
D. in Theology from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary witha
dissertation on "The Application of Jonathan Edwards'sTheological
Method to Annihilationism in Contemporary Evangelicalism." He
presented a paper on "An Examination of the Methodologies Used in
Refuting Annihilationism in Contemporary Evangelicalism," at the
Evangelical Theological Society in November, 1999.
Richard Kyle (TaborCollege) recently received a Fulbright award to
teach at the University of Kiev-Mohyla Academy in Ukraine. His article
on "John Knox," was published in J. H. Hayes, ed.,DICTIONARY OF