Dr. Gundlach specializes in American intellectual, cultural, and religious history and also enjoys teaching broadly in world civilization, the philosophy and methods of history, and church history. Recently he took Trinity College students abroad for the May term class, “Exploring Europe: Arts and Culture.” He has also taught Reformation History and Theology for the Ambex program in Germany. He served for many years on the board of the Conference on Faith and History and as book review editor for its journal, Fides et Historia. Dr. Gundlach is the author of Process and Providence: The Evolution Question at Princeton, 1845-1929, and was a member of The Creation Project at TEDS. He is currently working on a biography of Princeton theologian B.B. Warfield and is serving on the planning committee for the Evangelical Theological Society’s section on Christian History and Thought since 1700.
BA, Princeton University
MA, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
MA, University of Rochester
PhD, University of Rochester
“B. B. Warfield (1851-1921): Evolution, Human Origins, and the Development of Theology,” in Science and the Doctrine of Creation, eds. Geoffrey Fulkerson and Joel Chopp, IVP Academic, 2021
“The Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy,” in The Oxford Handbook of Presbyterianism, Oxford, 2019.
“Foundations of Christian Higher Education: Learning from Church History,” in Christian Higher Education: Faith, Teaching, and Learning in the Evangelical Tradition, ed. David S. Dockery, Crossway, 2018.
“Protestant Evangelicals,” in The Warfare between Science and Religion: The Idea that Wouldn’t Die, eds. Jeff Hardin, et al., Johns Hopkins, 2018.
Process and Providence: The Evolution Question at Princeton, 1845-1929, Eerdmans, 2013.
B. B. Warfield: Essays on His Life and Thought, ed. Gary Johnson, P&R, 2007.