Are Christian School Graduates World-Changers?

May 20, 2011 - Ray Pennings

A few decades ago, Mark Noll wrote The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind as an “epistle from a wounded lover,” lamenting that “there is not much of an evangelical mind.” Christians have largely abandoned universities, the arts, and other realms of “high culture,” he argued. A decade later, Michael Lindsay reported the evangelical movement, usually thought of as belonging to the “disadvantaged ranks of the stratification system” had advanced in recent years so that “it now wields power in just about every segment of American society.”

Read the full article from Capital Commentary here.

Posted in Education, Religion. Linked to Cardus' Education research project.

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Originally Published

date: May 20, 2011
publisher: Capital Commentary