God on the quad : how religious colleges and the missionary generation are changing America / Naomi Schaefer Riley. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: New York : St. Martin's Press, [(c)2005.Edition: first editionDescription: xiv, 274 pages ; 25 cmContent type:
- BV4531.3.G636 2005
- BV4531.3.R573.G636 2005
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An oasis in the desert : the appeal of Brigham Young University The new fundamentals : the Bob Jones strategy for converting New York City Beyond the fighting Irish : Notre Dame's race question ; "There are no doubters here" : the orthodoxy of Thomas Aquinas College The Hatfields and the McCoys : a divided Yeshiva An integrated whole : Baylor's vision for the future What revolution? : how feminism changed religious colleges while they weren't looking Bridging the race gap : can faith solve the "lunch table problem"? ; Sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll : how student life is different at religious colleges The underdog : how members of minority religious groups are treated on campus The classroom as chapel : can the integration of faith and learning work? ; Where are the protests? : political activism at religious colleges.
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