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Paul Lim

Associate Professor of the History of Christianity, Vanderbilt Divinity School; Associate Professor of History, Department of History, Vanderbilt University
BA (Yale Univeristy), ThM (Princeton Theological Seminary), PhD (University of Cambridge)
Paul Lim teaches at Vanderbilt, both for the Divinity School and the College of Arts & Science. Lim is an award-winning historian of Reformation and post-Reformation England. His Mystery Unveiled: The Crisis of the Trinity in Early Modern England (Oxford, 2012) won the Roland H. Bainton Prize in 2013. He holds degrees from Yale (BA); Princeton Seminary (ThM); and Cambridge (PhD). He is currently writing a book dealing with various theologies of the Reformation period, as well as one dealing with recent surge of interest among evangelical Christians for social justice, especially human trafficking.
Paul Lim teaches at Vanderbilt, both for the Divinity School and the College of Arts & Science. Lim is an award-winning historian of Reformation and post-Reformation England. His Mystery Unveiled: The Crisis of the Trinity in Early Modern England (Oxford, 2012) won the Roland H. Bainton Prize in 2013. He holds degrees from Yale (BA); Princeton Seminary (ThM); and Cambridge (PhD). He is currently writing a book dealing with various theologies of the Reformation period, as well as one dealing with recent surge of interest among evangelical Christians for social justice, especially human trafficking.

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