Dr. George Grant

Dr. George Grant

Dr. George Grant's adult life has revolved around pastoring, education, and Christian writing. A pastor of the Presbyterian Church in America, Grant founded the Franklin Classical School in Franklin, Tennessee. He served as a director at the King's Meadow Study Center and director of the Gileskirk Curriculum Project. Chancellor of Bannockburn College, Grant was a professor of moral philosophy.

Grant speaks in the United States and all over the world. He has penned numerous books, over 80, including Grand Illusions, a best-selling pro-life book. Other works center on his interest in theology, history, education, literature, and the arts. His articles number well over 100, and he is a regular contributor to World and Table Talk magazines. Aside from editing the Stirling Bridges newsletter, Grant is currently involved in a church planting movement. He and his wife Karen live in Middle Tennessee.

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A.D. - CD
by Various
from Vision Forum
for 8th-Adult
$75.00
B.C. - CD
by Various
from Vision Forum
for 8th-Adult
$75.00
Bless This Food
by Julia M. Pitkin, George & Karen Grant
from Cumberland House
Cookbooks for
in Cookbooks (Location: P5B)
$22.95 $13.00 (1 in stock)
Classical Primer - CD
by Various
from Logos School
in Classical Education (Location: P2C)
$20.40
On the Road to Independence
To Pledge Allegiance #3
by Gary DeMar & George Grant
from American Vision Press
American History Reference for 9th-12th grade
in To Pledge Allegiance (Location: F6A-HIS)
$15.00 (1 in stock)
Statesman and Saint
Leaders in Action Series
by David Vaughan
from Cumberland House
Biography for 9th-Adult
in Leaders in Action (Location: N6C-BIO)
$12.00 (2 in stock)
To Pledge Allegiance - Complete CD-ROM
by Gary DeMar, George Grant, et al.
from American Vision Press
for 8th-12th grade
in To Pledge Allegiance (Location: F6A-HIS)
War Between the States
by John J. Dwyer and editors
from Western Conservatory of the Arts & Sciences
American History Reference for 9th-Adult
in American Civil War (1860-1865) (Location: G4D-HIS)