William E. Potter
Mr. Potter is an independent scholar and historian who teaches, writes and lectures from a Biblical/Providential perspective. He is a popular conference and university speaker and leads tours of American battlefields and other historic sites in the United States and Europe. He also teaches history in home-school co-ops and consortiums and enjoys speaking at father / son retreats.
He has been a speaker at state home-educators’ conventions in Virginia, Georgia, and Missouri and has lectured at Mississippi State University, Liberty University, Liberty University Law School, Dalton State University, Bryan College, The University of Dayton, and The College of William and Mary. His typical topics of interest lie in American and British history with specialization in most aspects of military, political and ecclesiastical history and biography.
Mr. Potter has authored books on General Stonewall Jackson and G. A. Henty, as well as history related articles, book reviews and essays for magazines, journals, and websites. Mr. Potter is a member of the Georgia Historical Society and frequently addresses civic and church groups in the Atlanta area, where he lives.
Bill has been married to his wife Leslie for 39 years during which time they have home-educated their eight children. He is an elder at Chalcedon Presbyterian Church (RPCUS) of Cumming, Georgia.