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American Agenda (Religion: College) #160811

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 07, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced. [Note: local weather bulletin on screen.]

(No location given: Peggy Wehmeyer) The place for religion in the modern American University examined; examples cited. [Harvard Catholic student Tricia LYONS, Indiana student Benito HOBSON, Harvard Muslim STUDENT - express their feelings about the lack of a place for their religions beliefs in their college classrooms.] [Princeton professor Robert GEORGE - says a secular orthodoxy sees faith as the enemy of reason.] The historical link of Christianity to pre-20th century colleges recalled. [Harvard psychiatrist Armen NIKOLAI - cites the absence of meaning and destiny in the secular world view.]

Jennings, Peter;
Wehmeyer, Peggy

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