Religion: In College

The pastor for students of the Episcopal Church at Cornell University has written a book on undergraduate (male and female) religion. Pessimistically he says: "The youth of our day in the universities has concluded that religion is being presented in a dead language, and is wondering what it is all about. There is a linguistic stalemate between the generations; the game is off; neither can move on the same board. So that today, when we speak to undergraduates in even the most familiar terms of the language of religion, we mean one...

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