Classical. Christian. Liberating Arts. for Faithful Christian Living and Leadership
N.D. Wilson, M.A.
Fellow of Literature and Professional in Residence
M.A. in Liberal Arts, St. John's College, 2001
Additional Graduate Studies in Theology, Liberty University, 1999-2000
B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture, New Saint Andrews College, 1999

Nathan Wilson is a 1999 graduate of New Saint Andrews College. He also holds a Master’s degree in Liberal Arts from Saint John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland (2001). He served as a part-time Lecturer from 2001-2004, and was promoted to Fellow in fall 2004. Mr. Wilson is the author of several Random House titles, including the 100 Cupboards trilogy and Leepike Ridge. He is also a film producer and screenwriter, and is in the midst of producing a motion picture to be released later this year. Mr. Wilson is also serves as the managing editor for Credenda/Agenda magazine. He has recently published short fiction in both The Chattahoochee Review and Esquire magazine. In 2005 he published an essay in Books & Culture entitled “Father Brown Fakes the Shroud”. The piece applied the paradigm analysis of G.K. Chesteron’s literary detective, Father Brown, to the mystery of the Shroud of Turin. The essay (and accompanying experiment) garnered him international attention and was featured in multiple news sources, including Discovery Channel News, ABC’s World News Tonight, Good Morning America, Der Spiegel, and even a segment in Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. Images from his experiment are available at He has written two novella-length satires of evangelical apocalyptic fiction (Right Behind and Supergeddon). Nathan and his wife Heather have four children.

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Selected Books and Articles

Leepike Ridge, Random House

Interviews on his Shroud story with ABC's World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Good Morning America,, and the Associated Press. Mr. Wilson's shroud project has also been covered by a French popular science magazine, Sciences et Avenir, April 2006 issue.

"Father Brown Fakes the Shroud," Books and Culture, March/April 2005; see more images at Image copyright 2005 by N.D. Wilson, all rights reserved. See more about Mr. Wilson's shroud story at: &

Supergeddon, Canon Press

Right Behind: A Parody of Last Days Goofiness, Canon Press





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