Darryl G. Hart

Associate Scholar

Research Areas:

History of religion and society, Calvanism, Evangelicals and American Conservatism

Darryl Hart is an Associate Scholar at FPRI. A native of the Delaware Valley, D. G. Hart has taught history at Hillsdale College since 2010.  He studies the history of religion and society and is the author of many books, including most recently, Damning Words: The Life and Religious Times of H. L. Mencken (Eerdmans 2016); Calvinism: A History(Yale 2013); and From Billy Graham to Sarah Palin: Evangelicals and the Betrayal of American Conservatism (Eerdmans 2011).  He is currently writing a spiritual biography of Benjamin Franklin.

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