Finding God at Harvard: Spiritual Journeys of Christian Thinkers

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Zondervan Publishing House, 1996 - Christian biography - 368 pages
In Finding God at Harvard, Kelly Monroe presents the compelling testimonies of forty-two faculty members, former students, and distinguished orators at Harvard. Their candid reflections convincingly refute the claim that Christian faith cannot survive a rigorous intellectual atmosphere. The challenge of reconciling a personal encounter with Truth within the academic community is plainly and effectively illustrated. Finding God at Harvard will encourage all who are concerned about the conflict between Christian belief and secular humanism. At Harvard and campuses throughout our country, students are haunted by an emptiness that only Truth can fill. As Monroe's contributors so vividly show, that Truth is available to everyone.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
11
Questions and Turnings
27
A Crisis of Meaning and the Need for Change
65
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