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eBook Church related higher education: Perceptions and perspectives ePub

by Robert Rue Parsonage

  • ISBN: 0817008314
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  • Author: Robert Rue Parsonage
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Judson Press; No Edition Stated edition (1978)
  • Pages: 344
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Church Related Higher Education. Perceptions and Perspectives

Church Related Higher Education. Perceptions and Perspectives. Parsonage, Robert Rue, Ed. A two-year study and subsequent conference held in November 1977, sponsored by the National Council of Churches of Christ in the . focused on the role of church-related colleges in higher education, and on their distinctive contribution to the churches, higher education, and the quality of life in America.

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Church Related Higher Education: Perceptions and Perspectives. Valley Forge, PA: Judson. Sandin, robert t. 1992. To Those Who Teach at Christian Colleges. In Agendas for Church-Related Colleges and Universities, ed. PATTILLO, MANNING . J. and MACKENZIE, DONALD M. 1966.

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Best-selling books expanded the discussion beyond academe. Church Related Higher Education: Perceptions and Perspectives. Valley Forge, P. Judson Press, 1978. Beginning in the mid-1970s there was also a diversification of institutional structures. Church-related institutions went through a difficult period between the 1960s and the 1980s. Skepticism among the nation's student population toward organized religion coupled with mounting costs and increased competition by tax-supported schools forced several colleges to either sever ties with their respective denominations or close altogether.

Parsonage, Robert, ed. Church-Related Higher Education: Perceptions and Perspectives. Valley Forge, PA: Judson, 1978. - A compilation of essays that attempts to define the nature and mission of the churchrelated college. Christianity in the Academy: Teaching at the Intersection of Faith and Learning. - An effort to encourage educators to look at their chosen field through from the perspective of the Christian faith. Poorman, Mark . ed. Labors from the Heart: Mission and Ministry in a Catholic University.

Parsonage, Robert Rue was born on August 20, 1937 in Minneapolis. Son of Charles William and Blanche Marion (Rue) Parsonage. Bachelor, Carleton College, 1959; Bachelor's Degree, Pacific School Religion, Berkeley, California, 1963; Master of Theology, Hardvard . 1970; Doctor of Philosophy, Hartford Seminary, 1975. Chaplain, assistant professor religion, Springfield (Massachusetts) College, 1963-1973; executive education, National county Churches, New York City, 1973-1987; president, professor religion and philosophy, Northland College, Ashland, Wisconsin, since 1987.

Recurrent debates about the church and higher education in the United States . 37 Malone, Bishop James, How Bishops and Theologians Relate, Origins 16 (July 31, 1986): 171.

Recurrent debates about the church and higher education in the United States involve differing understandings of the nature and purpose of the church as well as differing understandings of the university. 8 The best survey of American Catholic higher education history is Gleason,, American Catholic Higher Education: A Historical Perspective, in Hassenger, Robert, e. The Shape of Catholic Higher Education (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967), 15–53. 9 Ellis, John Tracy, e. Documents of American Catholic History, vol. 2 (Chicago: Regnery, 1967), 465–66.

Examines the role of the church-related college.