Evangelism: God & Man on 800 Campuses

Is faith in an inerrant Bible compatible with the insights of science and psychology? At least 18,000 U.S. college students believe that the answer is unquestionably yes. To prove it, they combine classroom study with missions to fellow students in the fast-growing Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.

Founded by a group of Cambridge University undergraduates in 1877, the fellowship organized an American branch in 1940. There are now chapters on 800 U.S. campuses, most of them secular rather than church-related, and within the last four years membership has doubled. Between Christmas and New Year's Day more than 7,000 students gave up part...

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