Kenneth Woodward is a former editor at Newsweek where, over his 38-year career, he reported from seven continents and published more that 750 articles, including nearly 100 cover stories. He has also written essays and book reviews for numerous other publications including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Mr. Woodward is the author of four books which together have been translated into nine foreign languages. His latest, Getting Religion: Faith, Culture and Politics from the Age of Eisenhower to the Era of Obama, was published in September, 2016. Among his awards are the National Magazine Award (the Pulitzer Prize of the magazine industry) and the Robert F. Griffin Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Art of Writing from the University of Notre Dame. He has lectured at more than 50 colleges and universities in the U.S. and Europe and has served as Regents Lecturer in Religion at the University of California at Santa Barbara and as a Visiting Fellow at the National Humanities Center. His scholarly work has also been published in The Encyclopedia of The History of Ideas and The Encyclopedia of Protestantism. He has five honorary degrees.