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.

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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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