Educational Leadership for a Free World: Religion and Education
by F. Ernest Johnson - 1956
The authorís purpose is to restate the problem of relating religion to education in the United States as a matter of public policy in a way that may render it somewhat less formidable than it is commonly made to appear. What he has to say applies chiefly to the public school. This is the main focus of controversy since, for the most part and for a variety of reasons, the role of religion in higher education has been emerging progressively without serious hindrance.
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