G. Earl Guinn

Most Influential Person

College president

Why Is G. Earl Guinn Influential?

According to Wikipedia, George Earl Guinn, known as G. Earl Guinn , was from 1951 to 1975 the fifth president of Southern Baptist-affiliated Louisiana College in Pineville, Louisiana. Background Guinn was the youngest of six children of Mr. and Mrs. John Guinn; his father was born and died in Polk County, Tennessee. Guinn graduated from LC in 1937 and was the first LC president to have been an alumnus of the institution. He obtained his doctorate from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Prior to his appointment as the LC president in the summer of 1951, Guinn had been a pastor in several Southern Baptist churches, including First Baptist in Bossier City, Louisiana, and had been an associate professor of theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

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