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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilder, Amos N. (Amos Niven), 1895-1993.
Liberal learning and religion.
New York, Harper 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Amos N Wilder; National Council on Religion in Higher Education (U.S.)
|Notes:||"The contributors ... are all fellows or officers of the National Council on Religion in Higher Education."|
|Description:||xi, 338 pages 22 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Retrospect: Religion in higher education through the past twenty-five years / Thornton W. Merriam --
pt. 2. The academic curriculum: Scientia, scientific method, and religion / Edwin E. Aubrey --
Religious faith and the task of the historian / Roger L. Shinn --
Religious implications in the humanities / Douglas Knight --
Norms and valuations in social science / Walter G. Muelder --
pt. 3. The academic community: Liberal learning and religion in the American college / Victor L. Butterfield --
Religion and the mind of the university / Bernard M. Loomer --
The teaching of religion / Virginia Corwin --
Worship in an academic community / Willard L. Sperry --
The development of religious and moral values / Howard Y. McClusky --
Academic freedom / Mildred McAfee Horton --
pt. 4. Correlations and implications: Religion and democracy / Gregory Vlastos --
Psychotherapy, religion, and the achievement of selfhood / Rollo May --
The National Council on Religion in Higher Education / Patrick Murphy Malin.