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The Future of Christian Higher Education: A Political Economy Analysis

@article{Daniels2019TheFO,
  title={The Future of Christian Higher Education: A Political Economy Analysis},
  author={D. Daniels and C. Henry and B. Murg},
  journal={The Journal of Markets and Morality},
  year={2019},
  volume={22}
}
The challenges confronting today’s faith-based schools, while similar to those that their now-secular predecessors faced, have evolved in a new direction. Historically, Christian scholars worried about the dangers of religious schools becoming secular and indistinguishable from state universities. While some Christian colleges and universities today continue a gradual drift towards secularization, others, structured by deeply ingrained norms of “mission,” are increasingly tempted to redefine… Expand

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