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Clergyman , Theology educator

John Mark Mulder, American theology educator, clergyman. Recipient Francis Makemie award, History Foundation, 1978; grantee, American Philosophical Society, 1976, National History Publications & Records Commission, 1978.


Mulder, John Mark was born on March 20, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.


AB, Hope College, 1967. Master of Divinity., Princeton University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in History, Princeton University, 1974.

Doctor of Laws, Centre College, 1984. Doctor of Divinity, Southwestern Memphis, 1984. Doctor of Humane Letters, Bellarmine College, 1990.


Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church, 1970. Instructor American church History Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey, 1974—1975, assistant professor, 1975—1980. Associate professor, 1980—1981.

President, professor history theology Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Kentucky, since 1981. Pastor Rensselaerville Presbyterian Church, New York, 1977. Chairman committee develop seal reunited Presbyterian Church, United States of America, 1983—1985.



Member of Academy Parish Clergy, Kentucky Humanities Council, American History Association, Organization American Historians, American Academy Religion, Catholic History Association, American Society Church History, Presbyterian History Society (director).


Married Mary Margaret Hakken Mulder, June 29, 1968. Children: Aaron Martin, Anna Cornelia.

Mary Margaret Hakken Mulder

Aaron Martin Mulder

Anna Cornelia Mulder