Stone-Campbell Journal has added two assistant editors to its editorial team. John Nugent (Great Lakes Christian College) and James Gorman (Johnson University) have been appointed assistant editors for Stone-Campbell Journal. Dr. Nugent will be handling the editorial process for Old Testament and also for theology submissions. Dr. Nugent will be handling submissions in Stone-Campbell history and theology.
Dr. Nugent currently serves as Professor of Old Testament for Great Lakes Christian College where he has taught since 2006. He holds a Ph.D. in theology from Calvin Theological Seminary, Th.M. in theology and Christian Ethics from Duke Divinity School, M.Div. (Old Testament concentration) from Emmanuel School of Religion, and B.R.E. from Great Lakes Christian College. His publications have focused on the work of John Howard Yoder. Serving as a Consulting Editor for SCJ since 2006, he has published two articles in SCJ (19.2, 12.1) and numerous book reviews. He was a plenary speaker for the SCJ Conference in 2016.
Dr. Gorman serves as Assistant Professor of History with Johnson University at their Knoxville campus since 2015. He holds a Ph.D in the history of Christianity from Baylor University, M.Div. (History of Christianity concentration), and a B.S. in Business Management from Kentucky Christian University. His publications have concentrated on the Stone-Campbell Movement, including his forthcoming volume (2017) from ACU Press title: Among the Early Evangelicals: Transatlantic Origins of the Stone-Campbell Movement. Serving as the on-site coordinator for the SCJ Conferences at Johnson University in Knoxville (2016-2017), he has published two articles in SCJ (17.1; 14.2) and numerous book reviews.
General Editor William Baker observes, “Both John and Jamey have been enthusiastically involved in both SCJ and the SCJ Conference since early in their academic careers. Both are well-prepared to meet the challenges of their new positions, and I am looking forward to working with them.”
As assistant editors Dr. Nugent and Dr. Gorman will deal with the editorial responsibilities for articles in their fields after they have been submitted to Dr. Baker.