Newman, God, and the Academy

Cere, Daniel
March 1994
Theological Studies;Mar94, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
Examines the suppression of theological inquiry and the dismantling of liberal-arts tradition in universities. Allan Bloom's concern about the decay of substantive discourse on fundamental questions in the academy; Analysis of John Henry Newman's discussion on the marginalization of theology; Role of theology in academic discourse; Newman and postmodernist retrievals of theology.


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