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Founded in 1982 by evangelical historians and Wheaton College alumni Mark A. Noll ’68 and Nathan O. Hatch ’68, the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals (ISAE) serves as a center for research while functioning as a program of Wheaton College.

ISAE seeks to encourage and support the study of evangelical Christianity in North America. It aims to deepen evangelicals’ understanding of themselves and enrich others’ assessment of evangelicals’ historical significance and contemporary role.

Learn more about ISAE >

Founded in 1982 by evangelical historians and Wheaton College alumni Mark A. Noll ’68 and Nathan O. Hatch ’68, the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals (ISAE) serves as a center for research while functioning as a program of Wheaton College.

ISAE seeks to encourage and support the study of evangelical Christianity in North America. It aims to deepen evangelicals’ understanding of themselves and enrich others’ assessment of evangelicals’ historical significance and contemporary role.

Learn more about ISAE >