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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.   

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