William Schwab

William Schwab received his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Cincinnati, along with master of divinity and the doctor of ministry degrees from Eden Theological Seminary, Webster Groves Missouri. He is a retired United Church of Christ pastor who served churches in O’Fallon and Washington, Missouri, for a total of thirty-three years and was a judicatory official for six years. He is currently a community volunteer moderating a book club on American culture topics, and leading two eight-week sessions on U.S. foreign policy at the Washington Public Library. Schwab also volunteers at Shaw Nature Reserve, a division of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, where he collects and propagates seeds and assists with research on Missouri native plants. He lives with his wife Diane in Washington, Missouri.

Posts by William Schwab

How to Save America

This America takes on academic historians for abandoning liberalism in the 1960s, when scholars became enamored with globalism and stopped writing about the nation’s history.