Douglas Morgan, holds Ph. D. from Chicago University. His expertise in the Adventist History and historical developments in the Christendom brings to the Department of Religion the historical basis for building on the knowledge of the past. He teaches Adventist Heritage, Religion and American Culture, and Mission and History of Christianity in two parts. The close relationship between the Religion Department and the History Department is further linked with the new options of the pre-law emphasis that both departments offer as an option to their students as well as some creative ways in which Dr Morgan and Dr Plantak as well as Dr Michael Kulakov and Dr Plantak cooperate in jointly team-teaching in the numerous topics courses as well as joint course, Readings in Christian Social Thought, Adventism and Postmodern Mind and other creative courses with and for WAU Honors Community.
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