Daniel N. Gullotta is a scholar of American religious history and Biblical interpretation. He is particularly interested in early Mormonism, the American Puritans, as well as the Great Awakening and the American Revolution. He is currently at graduate student at Yale University’s Divinity School, in the Master of Arts in Religion program, with a concentration in the History of Christianity.
He holds a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from the Australian Catholic University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology with Honors from the University of Newcastle. Daniel received his undergraduate education and Bachelor’s Degree in Theology (majoring in Biblical Studies) through Charles Sturt University.
On a personal note, Daniel enjoys collecting timepieces, wine tasting, playing video games, as well as reading and studying comic books.