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

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

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