Jump to Navigation

Resources

Religion and Higher Education

At the beginning of the 21st century academic excellence seems inversely related to church affiliation. This is not to say that Christian confession is inimical to strong academics, but that the academy perceives church affiliation as a barrier to “excellence.” However, students are increasingly interested in attending openly “Christian” colleges. The 10-part study, "Study Guide on Religion and Education," provided by Resources for American Christianity, explores the changing relationship of religion and higher education, reflecting on the history of religion on campus, its role in teaching and scholarship, and the impact of on-campus religion practices.   

News

News

Meeting Information Needs: Amazon's Alexa and The Church of England

"Religion exists to answer the questions and supply the needs that couldn’t possibly be bought with money. But...

Serving its Community Transformed a Dwindling Church

"Trinity’s building is surrounded by the bleaker symbols of urban life, including graffiti-covered billboards, a...

Caring for Creation

"Whether it is Wendell Berry, Michael Polan, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Pope Francis, Prince Charles, Mondragon or...

Calendar

Mon, May 28, 2018 - 08:00 am
Mon, May 27, 2019 - 08:00 am
"You don’t need sociological surveys on the Nones to give you a picture of religion in America; the fact is (and maybe always has been...

Popular Tools

Lookup a word or passage in the Bible


BibleGateway.com

Include this form on your page

Search