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Kenneth Taylor, M.A.

Title: Part-Time Faculty
Phone: 706-310-6253

Office: Administration 202, Oconee
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Areas of Expertise: : Race, Religion, U.S. South, Liturgy, Hymnody, U.S. Presbyterian Church history


Mr. Kenneth Randolph Taylor is interested in the intersection of race and religion, especially in the U.S. South.  His M.A. thesis, "Dining on Jim Crow," explores that intersection, with public education added, in Clay County, Georgia, from 1954 (Brown v. Board of Education) to 1980 (the closing of Clay County High School).  He is also committed to the Great Man (and Woman) Theory of history.  More recent areas of private study and public blogging include Christian hymnody and liturgy.  He writes eight weblogs, including three seasonally-defined devotional sites and a poetry/family history weblog.  Taylor, committed primarily to teaching, seeks ways to help students learn and succeed, for he knows firsthand how an uncooperative professor can destroy one's academic program.

Courses Taught

U.S. History I, U.S. History II, World Civilization I, World Civilization II


  • M.A., U.S. History, Georgia Southern University, 2003

Research/Special Interests

Race, religion and education; U.S. Presbyterian Church history; U.S. Lutheran liturgy over time; Hymnody (especially old hymns); liturgy


“The Spirituality of the Church:  Segregation, The Presbyterian Journal and the Origins of the Presbyterian Church in America, 1942-1973”—In Reformed Perspectives, August 19, 2007, issue; “The Christmas-Easter Connection:  Meditations on ‘Hark! The Herald Angels Sing’ and ‘Christ the Lord is Risen Today’”—In Reformed Perspectives, December 21, 2008, issue; Subsequent publishing has been via my weblogs.

Sundry Thoughts (
Gathered Prayers (
Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany Devotions (
Lenten and Easter Devotions (
Ordinary Time Devotions (
Puns Blog (
Taylor Family Poems and Family History Writings (
Bloga Theologica (

Work Experience

Instructor (2007-present)

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