Last night we reported that 750 American historians signed the statement. That number has more than doubled in less than 24 hours.
Some new names that caught my attention include:
Gretchen Adams, Dee Andrews, Brian Balogh, Ed Baptists, Amy Bass, J.L. Bell, Carol Berkin, George Boudreau, Anne Boylan, Francis Bremer, W. Fitzhugh Brundage, Anthea Butler, Una Cadegan, William Chafe, Mark Cheathem, Rachel Hope Cleaves, Jelani Cobb, Frank Cogliano, Nancy Cott, Ruth Schwartz Cowan, John Faragher, Elizabeth Fenn, Linford Fisher, Eric Foner, Kevin Gannon, Carl Guaneri, Philip Gura, Steven Hahn, John Craig Hammon, Luke Harlow, Graham Hodges, Fred Jordan, Catherine Kelley, Peter Kolchin, Alan Kulikoff, Naomi Lamoreaux, David Levering Lewis, Mark Lilla, Kenneth Lockridge, James Loewen, Daniel Mandell, Matthew Mason, Donald Mathews, Kevin Mattson, Sheila McIntyre, Keri Leigh Merritt, Gary Nash, Johann Neem, Sarah Pearsall, John Ragosta, Jack Rakove, Joshua Rothman, Vicki Ruiz, Mary Ryan, Stacy Schiff, Randolph Scully, Robert Shaffer, Kathryn Sklar, Richard Norton Smith, Randy Sparks, Thomas Sugrue, Bill Svelmoe, Alan Taylor, Jemar Tisby, Jose Torre, Richard Sutton, Elizabeth Varon, and Ronald White.
I also noticed a few American historians from Christian colleges with evangelical or CCCU identities:
Brad McKinnon: Heritage Christian University
Mark Edwards: Spring Arbor University
Paul Otto: George Fox University
David Diephouse: Calvin University
Arlene Sanchez-Walsh: Azusa Pacific University
Paul Yandle: North Greenville University
Daniel Miller: Calvin University