James L. Gorman, Johnson University (Article Editor)
William Lofton Turner, Lipscomb University
April Conley Kilinski, Johnson University
Gary S. Selby, Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan College
Richard C. Goode, Lipscomb University
Richard T. Hughes, Lipscomb University
On April 5, 2019, four scholars brought their diverse expertise (psychology, literature, ministerial formation, and history) to bear on the second edition of Richard T. Hughes’s Myths America Lives By: White Supremacy and the Stories that Give Us Meaning1 (2018) at the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference at Johnson University in Knoxville, Tennessee. Richard Hughes, Scholar-in Residence at Lipscomb University, then offered an extemporaneous response to the four reviewers. This article brings the four reviews together and includes a written response from Hughes.