Originally published in 1996 Religious Higher Education in the United States looks at the issue of higher education and a lack of a clearly articulated purpose, an issue particularly challenging to religiously-affiliated institutions. This volume attempts to address the problems currently facing denomination-affiliated institutions of higher education, beginning with an introduction to government aid and the regulation of religious colleges and universities in the US. The greater part of the volume consists of 24 chapters, each of which begins with a historical essay followed by annotated bibliographical entries covering primary and secondary sources dating back to 1986 on various denomination-connected institutions.

chapter 3|20 pages

Quakers and Higher Education

chapter 5|20 pages

Reformed Colleges and Seminaries

chapter 6|18 pages

Higher Education Among Churches of Christ

chapter 7|20 pages

Moravian Colleges and Universities

chapter 10|36 pages

Episcopal Colleges and Universities

part 12|2 pages

Foursquare Gospel Church Colleges

chapter 13|4 pages

Wesleyan Colleges and University

part 14|2 pages

Free Methodist Colleges