Morton H. SmithProfessor - Systematic Theology
Education: University of North Carolina; B.A. University of Michigan, 1947; Westminster Theological Seminary; B.D. Columbia Theological Seminary, 1953; Th.D. Free Reformed University of Amsterdam, 1962; Graduate Studies in Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan; Graduate Studies, Westminster Theological Seminary.
Positions: Pastor Springfield and Roller Presbyterian Churches, Carroll County, MD, 1954; Professor of Bible and Chairman of the Bible Department, Belhaven College, Jackson, MS, 1954-1963; Guest Lecturer in Practical Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, 1963-64; Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Institute, French Camp, MS, 1964-66; Professor of Systematic Theology, and Chairman of the Department, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, MS, 1966-1979; Guest Lecturer in Systematic Theology, English Bible and Apologetics, Covenant Theological Seminary, St. Louis, MO, 1984-1986; Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, 1973-88. Professor of Systematic & Biblical Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1998 - present; Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, 2000.
Author: Studies in Southern Presbyterian Theology; How Is the Gold Become Dim; Reformed Evangelism; Testimony; Harmony of the Westminster Confession and Catechisms; Commentary on the PCA Book of Church Order; The Case for Full Subscription to the Westminster Standards in the Presbyterian Church in America; Systematic Theology (2 vol).
Contributor: Baker’s Dictionary of Theology; Baker’s Dictionary of Christian Ethics; Encyclopedia of Theology; Interpreting God’s Word Today; Reformed Theology in America; Did God Create in Six Days?; Written for our Instruction: The Sufficiency of Scripture for All of Life; Sanctification: Growing in Grace; Hope Fulfilled.