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Marshall, Paul A.


MARSHALL, Paul A. British, b. 1948. Genres: Adult non-fiction, Education, Ethics, Politics/Government, Theology/Religion. Career: University of Western Ontario, London, instructor in geology, 1969-71; exploration geologist in western Canada and the Arctic, 1970-75; Citizens for Public Justice, Toronto, ON, researcher in public policy, 1974-81; Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto, professor of political theory, 1981-98, academic vice-president, 1985-87; Fuller Theological Seminary, adjunct faculty member; York University, lecturer, 1977-81, 1983; Rutgers University, adjunct member of Graduate Program in Philosophy, 1983-84; University of Toronto, adjunct member of advanced degree faculty in theology, 1986-89, 1993; Free University of Amsterdam, visiting professor, 1989, adjunct member of law faculty, 1989-91; Satya Wacana University, visiting professor, 1989; University of Potchefstroom, Stoker Lecturer, 1990; Juniata College, J. Omar Good Distinguished Visiting Professor, 1991-92; Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Geneva Lecturer, 1993; European University for the Humanities, Minsk, Belarus, visiting professor, 1994; Catholic University of America, visiting professor, 1996; Claremont Institute, visiting fellow, 1996; Institute on Religion and Democracy, Washington, DC, senior fellow, 1996; Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa, overseas research fellow, 1997; Citizens for Public Justice, researcher and research associate, 1979-85; Freedom House, Washington, DC, senior fellow in religious freedom, 1998-. Publications: Thine Is the Kingdom, 1984; (ed. with R. VanderVennen, and contrib.) Social Science in Christian Perspective, 1988; (ed. with S. Griffioen and R. Mouw, and contrib.) Stained Glass, 1989; (author of revision) H.H. Meeter, The Basic Ideas of Calvinism, 1990; (ed. with J. Chaplin, and contrib.) Politics and Christian Vision, 1994; A Kind of Life Imposed on Man: Vocation and Social Order from Tyndale to Locke, 1996; Their Blood Cries Out, 1997; Just Politics (in Korean), 1997; Heaven Is not My Home, 1998; Egypt's Endangered Christians, 1999; Religious Freedom in the World, 2000; Massacre of the Millennium, 2001; The Talibanization of Nigeria, 2002; Islam at the Crossroads, 2002; God and the Constitution, 2002. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: Freedom House, 1319 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, U.S.A.

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