Ronald Nash

Ronald H. Nash (b. May 27, 1936; d. March 10, 2006) was an Evangelical Baptist philosopher and apologist in the Calvinist tradition. Nash served as a professor for over 40 years, teaching and writing in the areas of worldview, apologetics, ethics, theology and history.

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Ronald H. Nash was born in Cleveland, Ohio on Date of birth::May 27, 1936. ^ [1]^ He earned his Bachelor's degree at Attended college::Barrington College, and a Master's degree at Attended university::Brown University, before going on to receive his Doctorate in Doctoral category::Philosophy from Attended university::Syracuse University ^ [2]^ in 1964 ^[3]^.

Following his doctoral work, Nash became the Chairman of the Department of Philosophy and Religion and Director of Graduate Studies in Humanities at Taught at::Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, Kentucky), where he served for 27 years. In 1991, he became Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Taught at::Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando, Florida), serving there until 2002. Additionally, Nash was Professor of Philosophy at the Taught at::Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, Kentucky) from 1998-2005. ^[4]^

Nash passed away on Date of death::March 10, 2006, due to complications from a stroke. He was survived by his wife, Betty Jane, and children, Jeffrey and Jennifer. A public memorial service in Nash's honor was held at the Orlando campus of the Reformed Theological Seminary. ^[5]^

References

  1. ? Roger Overton, Cleveland's Greatest Philosopher (A Tribute to Ronald Nash), The A-Team Blog, 11 March 2006
  2. ? Jeff Robinson, Ronald Nash, ‘bold and brilliant’ in defending the faith, dies, Baptist Press, Louisville, 14 March 2006
  3. ? Roger Overton, Cleveland's Greatest Philosopher (A Tribute to Ronald Nash), The A-Team Blog, 11 March 2006
  4. ? Jeff Robinson, Ronald Nash, ‘bold and brilliant’ in defending the faith, dies, Baptist Press, Louisville, 14 March 2006
  5. ? Jeff Robinson, Ronald Nash, ‘bold and brilliant’ in defending the faith, dies, Baptist Press, Louisville, 14 March 2006

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