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Andrew Gardner

(He, Him, His)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Baylor University

Andrew Gardner a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Baylor University. Previously he was a Visiting Faculty Associate of American Religious History and Louisville Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Hartford Institute for Religion Research. He received his PhD from Florida State University, writing on the history and development of theological education in the United States. Andrew holds research interests in American religious history, theological education, congregational studies, religion and race, and spatial theory. He has published articles in CrossCurrents, The American Baptist Quarterly, Baptist History & Heritage, and Implicit Religion. He is also the author of "Reimagining Zion: A History of the Alliance of Baptists" (2015). Andrew currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Alliance of Baptists and the Baptist History and Heritage Society. His book "Binkley: A Congregational History" came out with the University of Tennessee Press in 2023.

He has accepted a position at LaGrange College in LaGrange, Georgia in the Fall.


  • –present
    Lecturer in Religious Studies, LaGrange College