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A.S. (Walters State Community College)

B.A. (Eastern Kentucky University)

M.Min. (Andersonville Theological Seminary)

D.Min. (Andersonville Theological Seminary)

Cert. (Harvard University) 

M.Div. (Student; Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary)


  • “Move in Silence” in Tennessee Mosaic: Regional Literary Anthology (03/2018).

  • “Jean Jaures: What Could Have Been” in Tennessee Mosaic: Regional Literary Anthology (03/2018).

  • “As For Me and My House: The Death of Jingoism in America” in Tennessee Mosaic: Regional Literary Anthology (03/2018).

  • “Weighted Shoulders” in Tennessee Mosaic: Regional Literary Anthology (03/2018).

  • “A Sleeping Husband’s Thoughts” in The Gallery (04/2018).

  •  “Cadaver” in Aurora (2019).

  • “EKU’s Budget Crisis,” The Eastern Progress (05/2019).

  • "Mit Gott für Köenig und Vaterland" in Archive After Dark: Unleashed Creativity (04/2019).

  •  “A Leisurely Walk Down the Railroad” in The Gallery (04/2018).

  • “Watchtower Under Siege: The Swiss Experience of World War I,”  History Matters: Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research 16 (05/2019).

  • “The Lost Cause: The State of Franklin and the Constitution,” The Mildred Haun Review: Journal of Appalachian Art, Culture, and Scholarship 5 (2019).

  • “The Weakness of Samson, The Strength of Christ,” Servants of Grace (11/2022).

  • “Honoring Dishonorable Parents,” Servants of Grace (12/2022).

  • “Loving My Spouse by Going the Extra Mile,” Servants of Grace (02/2023).

  •  “Taking Dominion to End Dominion: The Mennonite Influence on the End of Russian Serfdom,” Bound Away: The Liberty Journal of History 6, no. 1 (2023).

H. Michael Shultz Jr.
Associate Professor of Church History Trustee


Dr. H. Michael Shultz Jr. began preaching and teaching itinerately in 2007, and accepted his first pastorate in 2011. In 2019, he accepted the call to pastor Antioch Baptist Church in Lewisburg, KY., and in that time he and his wife have been blessed with two precious daughters. In June 2023, he will be going for a brief stay in Ghana to help plant a church in the capital city of Accra.

He works as a Senior Editor for the Holy Scriptures Bible Society, where his current project is translating the book of Psalms. He is also in the process of writing several historical articles and book reviews for various academic publications such as Eleutheria and Bound Away. When he is not writing, he keeps himself busy presenting ongoing research at conferences such as the American Historical Association or the American Society of Church History. Perhaps most exciting is his upcoming commentary on Revelation, set to be published in Fall of 2023. 

Shultz maintains two areas of expertise in historical studies. In secular history, he specializes in Trans-Atlantic African-American History during the Progressive Era (with published pieces on the 807th Pioneer Infantry Regiment as well as female African-American involvement in WWI). In church history he specializes in Russo-Baptist relations from the time of Empress Catherine the Great through the early Cold-War (with publications on Vladamir Lenin, The Mennonite influence on the end of serfdom, and ongoing research on Louie D. Newton and the "Red Scare" in the Southern Baptist Convention).

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