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Mark Edwards on Religious Conversation among Faculty in Higher Education

Mark Edwards advocates greater conversation about religion among faculty in order to help students think intelligently about religion's bearing on various academic matters. He suggests that if faculty learn how to converse respectfully with each other about the pros and cons of religious perspectives, they are better able to do the same with students, and he proposes some ground rules that can foster fruitful dialogue about religion in academic settings.

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