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On College Campuses, Some Evangelicals Find Room to Reflect

posted on February 7, 2018

Religion News Service’s Yonat Shimron reports on the growing number of evangelical Christian study centers on college campuses. There are now 24 such centers, which are privately funded, at schools such as Cornell, Yale, and the University of Wisconsin—secular universities where conservatives and evangelicals are often thought to be suspicious of academia. Shimron writes, “Study centers, however, want to cast off the perception that evangelicals are anti-intellectual or anti-science.” She adds that “these centers want to restore respect for learning and scholarship.”

Read at Religion News Service