4 edition of The future of religious colleges found in the catalog.
The future of religious colleges
Harvard Conference on the Future of Religious Colleges (2000)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Paul J. Dovre.|
|Contributions||Dovre, Paul John, 1935-.|
|LC Classifications||LC428 .H37 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002023817|
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The Future of Religious Colleges: The Proceedings of the Harvard Conference on Format: Paperback. Current and emerging models of colleges sponsored by the Catholic Church, the Baptist Church, and the Church of the Nazarene are examined. Six competing visions of the religious mission of colleges are then detailed.
Finally issues of interactions between religious colleges and Pages: Likewise, religious book publishing has become a multi-billion dollar business, fueled by the "quest culture" of America's baby boomers (Roof ).
Driven in large part by the public resurgence of the sacred, religion's academic comeback has also been aided by an epistemological revolution in. The future of religious colleges: the proceedings of the Harvard Conference on the Future of Religious Colleges, October[Paul John Dovre;] -- In this volume scholars and educational leaders from a variety of faith traditions talk candidly about the future of religious colleges at.
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The future of a free America requires the full participation of religion in public life. Religious higher education cultivates both the mind and the soul. Senate Bill endangers the integrity of religious education institutions and discourages them from acting according to their conscience for fear of government retribution.
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