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George Washington Davis

George Washington Davis, American clergyman, educator. Member American Baptist Theological Conference, Green Lake, Wisconsin, 1953, Eastern Theological Conference, American Baptist Convention, 1956; Member American Theological Society (vice president 1953-1954).

Background

  • Davis, George Washington was born on December 7, 1902 in Pittsburgh. Son of Benjamin Ivor and Catherine Barbara (Kaiser) Davis.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University Pittsburgh, 1925. Bachelor of Divinity, Colgate-Rochester Division School, 1928, M.Th., 1929. Doctor of Philosophy., Yale, 1932.

    Career

    • Ordained to ministry Baptist Church, 1928. Minister 1st Church, Pittsford, New York, 1928-1929, 2d Church, Calais, Maine, 1931-1935, 10th Avenue Church, Columbus, Ohio, 1935-1938. Baptist university pastor Ohio State University, 1935-1938.

      Professor Christian theology Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, Pennsylvania, since 1938.

    Works

    • Author: Existentialism and Theology, 1957.

    Membership

    Member American Baptist Theological Conference, Green Lake, Wisconsin, 1953, Eastern Theological Conference, American Baptist Convention, 1956. Member American Theological Society (vice president 1953-1954).

    Connections

    • Married Mildred Mae Jones, August 8, 1930. Children: Paul Benjamin, John David.
    • father: Benjamin Ivor Davis
    • mother: Catherine Barbara (Kaiser) Davis
    • spouse: Mildred Mae Jones
    • children: Paul Benjamin Davis
    • John David Davis
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    Born December 7, 1902
    Died March 29, 1960
    (aged 57)
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