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Dr. Marc ClausonDr. Marc Clauson is a professor of history and law at Cedarville University. His research interests include intellectual history, history of political and economic thought, church history, the history of philosophical and theological anthropology in relation to political thought, markets and social justice, and constitutionalism. His Ph.D., from the Orange Free State, RSA, is in Intellectual History. Email Marc.

Dr. Jeff HaymondDr. Jeff Haymond is an associate professor of economics at Cedarville University, and a retired Colonel from the U.S. Air Force. Dr. Haymond was trained in Austrian, Monetary, and Public Choice economics at George Mason University, and his current research interests include biblical support for free markets. Click here for a list of his prior research. Email Jeff.

Dr. Tom MachDr. Tom Mach serves as Professor of History and is the Chair of the Department of History and Government at Cedarville University.  He received his doctorate from the University of Akron in United States History.  He taught United States History and American National Government at Mount Vernon Nazarene College for six years.  His areas of interest include the political history of the 19th and 20th centuries with a focus on Ohio in the Gilded Age and Christian voter blocks in the last century. Email Tom.

Dr. Mark Caleb SmithDr. Mark Caleb Smith is an associate professor of political science and is the Director of the Center for Political Studies at Cedarville University. He teaches courses in American politics, constitutional law, and research methodology/data analysis at Cedarville University. His primary research interest is in the field of religion and American politics. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Georgia. Email Mark.

Dr. Bert WheelerDr. Bert Wheeler is a professor of economics and is the Berry Chair of Free Enterprise at Cedarville University. Dr. Wheeler joined the faculty of Cedarville University in 1992. Prior to his tenure at Cedarville, he served as a professor at Liberty University. His professional interests include the intersection of faith and economics, the moral foundation of free market thinking, and economic development. His Ph.D. in Economics is from the University of Tennessee. Email Bert.

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