Gary Smith

Grove City College

Guest

Chair of the History Department at Grove City College, a Presbyterian liberal arts college in Grove City, Pennsylvania; ordained Presbyterian minister and author of Religion in the Oval Office: The Religious Lives of American Presidents

Gary Smith on KCRW

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

America Is a "Christian Nation" — Since When?

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

from To the Point

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

America Is a "Christian Nation" — Since When?

The Constitution never mentions God, and the Founding Fathers were adamant about the separation of Church and State.

from To the Point

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