Evangelical historian Mark Noll, longtime professor at Wheaton College in Illinois, will leave for the University of Notre Dame at the end of this academic year. Noll’s books include The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind, which criticizes evangelicalism’s tendency toward anti-intellectualism, and America’s God: From Jonathan Edwards to Abraham Lincoln. In recent years, Notre Dame has attracted evangelical scholars, and it is believed that Noll was hired in light of the possible retirement in a few years of evangelical historian George Marsden.


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