Comparing Colleges: “Preferred Peers”?

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“The Perils of Preferred Peers” argues that the real question for the Christian college is, what do you mean by excellence? And that any any survey the higher altitudes of American higher education in the first decades of the twenty-first century–at least as measured by U.S. News and World Report–doesn’t offer much John Henry Newman, author of […]

The Gov’t Employee and Religious Freedom

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Using service in the armed forces as an opening example, the writer sets out a case for limiting the government worker’s individual freedoms when serving the public.  This article provides a position for students to assess in terms of the two kingdoms, religious liberty, the 1st Amendment, and comparisons among different government services, the worker’s […]

 
 
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