Dr. Steven Hunter (PhD, Faulkner University) is the preaching minister of the Glendale Road Church of Christ in Murray, KY, where he’s been since June 2016. Before then, he served congregations throughout Kentucky but began ministry in January 2007 after having worked in insurance restoration for several years. Originally Goodlettsville, TN, Steven met his wife, Stephanie and they married in April 2002. They have two children: Bri is a student and soldier in the Kentucky National Guard and their son, Cole is in middle school.

He has published in academic journals and works, as well as on the popular level too. His entire aim is to simplify his academic knowledge for consumption in the local church. His research interest is in Second Temple Judaism, early Christianity, late-antiquity, antebellum American church history, early American politics, the Great War and World War II. A registered independent, he has a modified libertarian political philosophy.

5 Comments on “About”

  1. I have enjoyed reading your articles through the year. I may not always agree with everything you say but I don’t always agree with everything I say!


    • No writer, me included, has a monopoly on all knowledge, but we do our best to understand things. All we can do is be as gracious towards others as we’d wish they to be to us, and I appreciate how you’ve always been kind and a dear brother.


  2. thank you for many fine articles i have enjoyed over the year. i may not agree with every thing but you make me think through my position.


  3. I’d like to correspond with you regarding your post, “My Fifth Great-Grandfather, Chief Mushulatubbee of Okla Chahta.” I am trying to understand more about this man and his family. I descend from a different Choctaw family, but some have tried to attach my family to Mushlatubbee. Perhaps your research can help me prove a negative.


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