BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION, Vol.2. Knox was also the subject of a
paper he gave at the 16th Century Studies Conference in St. Louisin
October 1999.He was also interviewed by CHRISTIAN HISTORY
MAGAZINE, Vol. 61 (1999), Nr. 1, pp. 42-42.
Suzanne Geissler Bowles has been promoted fromAdjunct
Instructor to Assistant Professor of History at William Paterson
University. InSeptember, she gave a paper on "Mahan versus the
Pacifists" at the Naval History Symposium at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Ben Lowe is now Associate Professorof History, Florida Atlantic
University. His book, IMAGINING PEACE: A HISTORY OFEARLY
ENGLISH PACIFIST IDEAS, 1340-1560, was published in 1997by Penn
Dordt College's Paul Otto gave lectures in the fallof 1999 on
"Common Practices andMutual Understandings:Henry Hudson, Native
Americans, and the Birth of New Netherland," at the 22ndAnnual
Rensselaerwijck Seminar in New York, andon "Wilden en Calvinisten:
Dutch Missions to Native Americansin Colonial New York," at Hope
College's History Colloquium Series.
Roy Williams completed his Ph.D.in Historical Theology at Calvin
Theological Seminary in May 1998, with adissertation on "William
Boardman (1810-1886): Evangelist of theHigher Christian Life." He is
currently a part-time instructor at North HillsClassical Academy and an
adjunct professor at Cornerstone College, both in Grand Rapids, MI.
Donald Yerxa (Eastern Nazarene College)has been elected to the
Colonial Society of Massachusetts as a ResidentMember. He has also been
selected to be one of thirty scholars to participate over thenext three
summers in the John Templeton Oxford Seminars onScience and
Christianity. His topic of researchis "Evangelical Christianity and Popular
Science in an Era of Cultural Warfare: From Flood Geology toIntelligent