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George Washington Davis

clergyman , educator.

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