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‘Evangelicalism Rebounds in Academe’



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The subheading of this feature in the current issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education reads, “Even at elite colleges, doors are opening for religiously committed students and faculty members.” Is the suggestion that normally the religiously committed would not be worthy of an elite college, or that normally the doors would be closed to them, however worthy they might be? Just curious.



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