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Timothy S. Lee is Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at Brite Divinity School (Texas Christian University) and directs Brite's Asian/ Asian American Pacific Islander Church Studies. He has a wide-ranging interest in the history of Christianity, particularly in Asia and Asian-America. He has published books and articles on Korean Christianity, Asian American Christian communities, and North American Pacific/Asian Disciples (NAPAD).
Among Southern Disciples, no one was more influential in the latter half of the nineteenth century than Nashville editor and teacher David Lipscomb. Born into a Baptist family with leanings toward the Campbells’ reform, Lipscomb claimed to have read everything Alexander Campbell wrote.