October 20, 2000
Future of Religious Colleges Is Bright, Say Scholars and Officials
The future of religious colleges is bright, concluded dozens of scholars and administrators who convened at Harvard University this month to debate the topic.
Representing a range of Christian denominations -- from the extensive network of Roman Catholic colleges to the tiny contingent of Anabaptist-Mennonite institutions -- the educators portrayed the cultural climate as increasingly welcoming of religious scholars and hospitable to religious institutions.
Even George M.