History

Faculty

Paul McGraw, Ph.D.

Professor of History

Office: Irwin Hall 211

Phone: (707) 965-6301

Homepage: http://www.puc.edu/Faculty/Paul_McGraw/homepage.html

Faculty Since: 2000

Education:
B.A., Columbia Union College, 1983
M.Div., Andrews University Theological Seminary, 1990
M.A., George Mason University, 1996
Ph.D., George Washington University, 2004

Biography:
Paul McGraw, chair, associate professor, specializes in American religious history with a specific focus on Adventist history and the development of the designation "cult." His Ph.D. dissertation was titled "Born in Zion?: The Margins of Fundamentalism and the Definition of Seventh-day Adventism." He is currently working on a biography of LeRoy Froom for "Adventist Pioneer" biography series. He also is interested in pretty much anything involving hockey, and loves to travel.
Professional Activities:

"Unto the Third and Fourth Generations: Musings on Ellen White and the Future of Adventism."

"A View from Outside the Veil: The Evangelical Reaction to Questions on Doctrine." - Presented at the Questions on Doctrine Conference, Andrews University, October 25, 2007