Fb2 The Christian College: A History of Protestant Higher Education in America ePub
by William C. Ringenberg
|Author:||William C. Ringenberg|
|Publisher:||Eerdmans Pub Co (September 1, 1984)|
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Thus Protestant Christianity dominated education in America during this period, and as such may be fairly and equitably described in. .
Thus Protestant Christianity dominated education in America during this period, and as such may be fairly and equitably described in several other historical works. Two of which give more detail of this era are A History of American Higher Education (Thelin, 2004), and The History of Higher Education (Goodchild & Wechsler, Ed. 1997). The residue of Protestant higher education by 1980 is presented as hold-outs, but with potential for growth and resurgence, the number of which are 550 and averaging about 1,300 students. There is some further discussion on their variety. Sideline to secularization is the response to it.
When it first appeared in 1984 The Christian College was the first modern comprehensive history of Protestant higher education in America
When it first appeared in 1984 The Christian College was the first modern comprehensive history of Protestant higher education in America. William C. Ringenberg (P. Michigan State University), now retired, served as department chair and professor of history at Taylor University.
Ringenberg believes that the Christian world view was the. most important shaper of . intellectual life during this period. Ringenberg then examines Christian responses to secularization, namely the Bible college movement.
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The Christian College. A history of protestant higher education in america. RINGENBERG. Introduction by Mark A. Noll. Published by Baker Academic. a division of Baker Publishing Group. This book then is a history of those Christian colleges of the Protestant variety that at any given time have operated with the educational philosophy that the key to understanding the human condition is the idea that God has come to us in Christ.
Christian University Press and William B. Eerd-mans Publishing Company . general history of the Protestant college from the founding of‘ Harvard. the present day. Wil-liam C. Ringenberg of Taylor University in Indiana seeks. Eerd-mans Publishing Company, 1984. Pp. x, 257. Tables, notes, index. to. be. a. fill a major gap in the literature on higher education, for there has never existed. scholarly history of Protestant higher education in this country.
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You're here Christian Books Index Christian College, The: A History of Protestant Higher Education in America - eBook. From Harvard's founding in the 17th century to its present state, Ringenberg explores the development of the Protestant college in light of colonial influnces, the expansion of education after the Revolution, and the rise of socialism. These new insights into Christian colleges' growth and and increasing strength gives us a complete picture of the true state of religious Protestant colleges in the United States today.
William C. Ringenberg lays out the history of academic freedom in higher education in America, including its European antecedents, from the perspective of modern Christian higher education. He discusses the Christian values that provide context for the idea of academic freedom and how they have been applied to the nation's Christian colleges and universities. The book also dissects a series of recent case studies on the major controversial intellectual issues within and in, in some cases, about the Christian college community.
Ringenberg, William C. The Christian College: A History of Protestant Higher Education in America. Solomon, Barbara M. In the company of educated women: A history of women and higher education in America. Economic and social history
Ringenberg, William C. Eerdmans for Christian U. P. 1984. 257 pp. Rosovsky, Nitza. Economic and social history. Brown, Richard D. "Modernization and the Modem Personality in Early America, 1600-1865: A Sketch of a Synthesis," Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 2 (1971–72): 201-228, what education accomplished in JSTOR. America's graduation from high school: The evolution and spread of secondary schooling in the twentieth century.
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