Party affiliation: Republican
Gary Scott Smith, American historian, educator, clergyman. Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church (United States of America), 1982. Named Pennsylvania Professor of Year, Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching and Computer-Aided Software Engineering, 2001. Member Conference Faith and History.
Campus missioner Coalition for Christian Outreach, Edinboro (Pennsylvania) State College, 1972-1974. Guest lecturer religion and philosophy Grove City (Pennsylvania) College, 1978-1980, instructor sociology, 1980-1981, assistant professor, co-director Christian ministries program, 1981-1985, associate professor, 1985-1990, professor, 1990-1999, professor history, since 1999. Coordinator Humanities Core, since 1999.
Interim pastor Clen-Moore United Presbyterian Church, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 1983. Stated supply pastor Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, 1996-2006.
- The Search for Social Salvation
- In their studies of social Christianity, scholars of American religion have devoted critical attention to a group of theologically liberal pastors, primarily in the Northeast.
- Faith and the Presidency: From George Washington to George W. Bush (Hardback) - Common
- Offers in-depth examinations of the lives and presidencies of eleven chief executives for whom religion was a particularly important issue because of their own beliefs.
- Faith and the Presidency From George Washington to George W. Bush
- In the wake of the 2004 election, pundits were shocked at exit polling that showed that 22% of voters thought 'moral values' was the most important issue at stake.
- Faith and the Presidency From George Washington to George W. Bush by Smith, Gary Scott [Oxford University Press, 2009] (Paperback) [Paperback]
- Faith and the Presidency From George Washington to George W.
1972 - 1974
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