A native of Hurricane, Utah, Van DeMille sought a classical education. He found the results he was searching for at Coral Ridge Baptist University through correspondence courses. Not a regionally accredited school, he nonetheless received a B.A. in Biblical Studies, a M.A. in Christian Political Science, and a Ph.D. in Religious Education. Van DeMille then continued his education at Brigham Young University, earning a bachelor's degree in International Relations. After graduation, he and two other men founded George Wythe University where he worked as a teacher before becoming president and then school chancellor. He is now in charge of the graduate and doctoral programs. This sought-after speaker and business consultant penned A Thomas Jefferson Education
and a variety of pamphlets. With his wife, Rachel, Van DeMille has also helped raise their eight children.
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