Benne, Robert
April 2001
Christian Century;04/18/2001, Vol. 118 Issue 13, p12
Discusses the re-entry of religion into the curricula of Roanoke College in Virginia. Founder; Marginalization of religion; Influence of the Enlightenment movement.


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