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April 27, 1991 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
A Claremont religious philosopher has been given a $150,000 prize, awarded in part by a Presbyterian seminary, for a book that says Christianity is not the only true religion--a theory which was a central reason that Presbyterian officials rejected his credentials as a minister several years ago. John H.
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June 6, 1993 | Robert Stevens, Stevens works in Europe for a Washington law firm. He has served as President of Haverford College and Chancellor of UC Santa Cruz
America's schools do not work. So many political and social goals have been loaded on their shoulders that their ability to instill and inspire practical skills, moral values and intellectual substance seems to be in steady decline. There has been one important exception, however: higher education. Yet in recent years crises over budget and curricula such as those in the UC and Cal State systems put even the continued excellence of these institutions at risk.
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June 6, 1993 | Robert Stevens, Stevens works in Europe for a Washington law firm. He has served as President of Haverford College and Chancellor of UC Santa Cruz
America's schools do not work. So many political and social goals have been loaded on their shoulders that their ability to instill and inspire practical skills, moral values and intellectual substance seems to be in steady decline. There has been one important exception, however: higher education. Yet in recent years crises over budget and curricula such as those in the UC and Cal State systems put even the continued excellence of these institutions at risk.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 27, 1991 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
A Claremont religious philosopher has been given a $150,000 prize, awarded in part by a Presbyterian seminary, for a book that says Christianity is not the only true religion--a theory which was a central reason that Presbyterian officials rejected his credentials as a minister several years ago. John H.
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