What Knowledge is of Most Worth? Adventist Colleges and the Search for Meaning
Knight concludes that "the survival of Adventist colleges will not be worth the effort if these schools fail to produce a unique product. Their product must fill a gap that other institutions do not and cannot fill. In order to achieve this goal, curriculum planners must define what is unique about Adventist higher education."
This paper was presented at the 8th Institute of Christian Teaching.
George R Knight
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Institute for Christian Teaching Vol 08CC:157-159
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