Dr. David A. Jalovick


  • Ph.D. – State University of New York
  • M.A. – State University of New York
  • B.S. – Toccoa Falls College


1989-The Robert G. Torbet Prize, awarded by the American Baptist Historical Society, for the essay: For God and Country: Baptists and the Evangelization of Immigrants in the Late Nineteenth Century


Conference on Faith and History

Research Interests

Race and Ethnicity

Scholarly Work and Publications

  • “Adapted to the Circumstances: Joseph Smith and Divine Revelation in Early Mormon History, 18301844” SUNY at Buffalo: Studies in History 5 (19831984)
  • “For God and Country: Baptists and the Evangelization of Immigrants in the Late Nineteenth Century” American Baptist Quarterly 9 (September 1990)

What year did you begin teaching at TFC


What is your favorite aspect of teaching at TFC

Interacting with students in the classroom

What courses do you teach at TFC

Western Civ I and II; US History I and II; Twentieth Century World History; Ancient Greece and Rome; Medieval Europe; American Church History; Asian History; Historiography; History Seminar

When I’m away from the classroom, I enjoy

Outdoor activities on land and water

People might be interested to know

I don’t watch the History Channel

Favorite verses/quotations

Prov. 3:56: Trust in the Lord with your whole heart and don’t depend on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will direct your paths.

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107 Kincaid Drive, MSC 772 Toccoa Falls, GA 30598
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