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Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education

connecting parallel universities

by Michael Waggoner

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[edited by] Michael D. Waggoner
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB2324 .S23 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 258p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24385028M
ISBN 101136846107
ISBN 109780415887557, 9780415887564, 9780203833834, 9781136846106
LC Control Number2010039711

  Question: "Does the Bible make a distinction between the secular and the sacred?" Answer: We tend to categorize things, and two categories often spoken of are “secular” and “sacred.” By “sacred” we usually mean “Christian-themed” or “suitable for church use,” and by “secular” we usually mean “worldly” or “not having a Christian theme.”.   The Secular and the Sacred in Higher Education with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf & Dr. John Sexton UNEDITED The Secular and the Sacred in Higher Education: A Conversation with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf and Dr.

The religious, or sacred nature of art is complemented by the secular, or non-religious and daily aspects of Italian life. They work together to create a complete picture of Italian values. Sacred Roots. Mindfulness in both Hinduism and Buddhism is thought of as a way of life with steps toward enlightenment (Nandan & Jungubhai, ). Dhyana is the Sanskrit word translated to mean meditation. Murphy, Donovan, and Taylor of the Institute of Noetic Sciences define meditation as inward contemplation and note that it can refer to the attention on an object or complete absorption of : Kalpana Gupta.

I have also written on these issues, including an edited book in entitled, Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities, and, most recently, Religion in the Public Schools: Negotiating the New Commons.   Secular and Sacred. Posted on December 8, by Rabbi Dovid Schwartz zt"l In contemporary Judaism this tension is most evident in various debates over the relative quality, quantity and goals of Torah and secular education, in particular higher education.


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Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education offers benefits to readers from secular and religious institutions alike. This collection of studies offers specific insights on the impact of religion and spirituality for faculty, student affairs staff, counselors, and administrators in addition to students."Format: Paperback.

Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education offers benefits to readers from secular and religious institutions alike. This collection of studies offers specific insights on the impact of religion and spirituality for faculty, student affairs staff, counselors, and administrators in addition to students."Manufacturer: Routledge.

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Evangelical Christians have established a visible presence on college campuses across the country1 and are becoming increasingly respected as scholars in academe.2 Indicative of this, evangelical colleges are becoming more reputable, and the number of academically successful students attending these institutions is on the rise.3 Moreover, according to the Higher Education Research Institute, Cited by: Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education illustrates the importance of cultivating multiple worldviews at public, private, and faith-based colleges and universities in the interest of academic freedom, and intellectual and moral dialogue.

Sacred and secular worldviews have long held a place in U.S. higher education, although non-religious perspectives have usually been privileged in the modern era. This book illustrates the importance of cultivating multiple worldviews.

In his new edited book, Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities, editor Michael Waggoner gathers together several discussions of these issues and, in his opening chapter, suggests that there are ways of connecting some of these discussions taking place in “parallel universities.”.

"The Sacred and the Secular University is a balanced and well-reasoned contribution to one of the major themes of American higher education. Full of drama, characters, and plot [it] provides insights into what may be the defining movement within American higher education history."—J.

Gregory Behle, History of Education Quarterly. Book Review: Sacred and Secular Posted on Decem by Rayan Zehn Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide by Ronald Inglehart and Pippa Norris () is an empirical study into the postmodern society, which sounds like an oxymoron; however, postmodernism as a field is too vast, by definition, to result in useful knowledge.

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American higher education was transformed betw /5. Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Schooling illustrates the significance of cultivating a number of worldviews at public, personal, and religion-based mostly schools and universities in the curiosity of educational freedom, and mental and ethical dialogue.

Yes, both of the next books on my list have something particular to say about America. My fourth book is by two social scientists called Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart. Its called "Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide".

It was published in/5. His most recent books are Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education published by Routledge, and Religion in the Public Schools: Negotiating the New Commons published by Rowman and Littlefield. Currently he is co-editor for The Oxford Handbook on Religion and American Education to be published by Oxford University Press in A Review of “Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities” Article in Christian Higher Education 11(4) September with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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The Journal of Higher Education. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article Book Reviews. book review. Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. Elizabeth J. Tisdell. Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education illustrates the importance of cultivating multiple worldviews at public, private, and faith-based colleges and universities in the interest of academic freedom, and intellectual and moral : Taylor And Francis.

Sacred and secular tensions in higher education: connecting parallel universities. [Michael Waggoner;] -- Sacred and secular worldviews have long held a place in U.S. higher education, although non-religious perspectives have usually been privileged in the modern era.Dancing the sacred in secular higher education contexts remained a process fraught with tensions.

During the opening decades of the twentieth century, Orissa emerged as a critical site of.Okesson Sacred and Secular Currents {or Theological Education 39 SACRED AND SECULAR CURRENTS FOR THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION IN AFRICA Gregg A.

Okesson In Harvey Cox wrote Secular City, which chronicled the increasing secularisation of society and the need for talking about God in distinctly non­ spiritual ways.