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Index  Abbott, Russell B., 56 Achard, George, 73 Acheson, John Carey, 126–27, 138, 140, 153, 161–62, 215, 308; advocacy of missionary work, 135–36; and concerns over evolution, 126–27; death of, 148–49; and internationalism, 144–45; liberal arts plan of, 142–43, 148, 151, 164, 190 Adams, Jane, 94 Adams, Margaret, 177 Adams, Maxwell, 214–16, 219, 222, 227–29, 311 admissions standards, 155–56, 189, 208, 223, 321 advising: spiritual, 139–40; vocational, 116 Albert Lea Female College, 56–57, 78–81 Alexander, H. S., 128 Ambassadors for Friendship, 241–42, 288 American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, 111 American Home Mission Society, 15, 18, 21 Amherst College, 15–16, 62, 64, 79 Anderson, Eugenie, 296 Andover Theological Seminary, 14, 17, 18 Annan, Kofi, 241 Anstrom, S. Decker, 273 anti-Catholicism, 26–29, 43–44, 46–47, 68, 107, 218, 335n48, 339n33 anticommunism, 199–202, 241–42 anti-German sentiment, 133 anti-war activism, 131–32, 170, 180, 182–83 area studies, 203 Armajani, Yahya, 203, 230, 249, 307 Aslanian, Paul, 316 Atcheson, Mary Jane, 177 atheism, 130 athletics, 73, 94–95, 159, 179 Aufderheide, Wilma, 297 Augsburg College, 38 Bailey, Arthur G., 126–27 Baldwin, Matthias, 23, 26, 32–33, 333n28, 336n64 Baldwin Academy, 37 Baldwin School, 10, 40, 46, 49, 54, 68,  | index 77, 337n1; history of, 23–33, 36–37; opening gala, 23–30; seal of, 25 Ball, Joseph, 183–84 Ball-Burton-Hill-Hatch Resolution, 183–84 Barnes, Albert, 17–18, 22–23, 26, 30, 32 Becker, George, 35, 60, 61 Bellamy, Edward, 73 Bennett, James, 289 Bergh, William, 170 Berghman, Lily Macalester, 40–42, 48 Bess, Elmer Allen, 271, 292 Bible, 3, 27, 29, 46, 111, 129, 151; approaches to, 102–5, 115, 118–24, 125; courses, 220–21, 159 Bible Training, Department of, 101, 118, 122–23 Biblicism, 136, 137 Bigelow, F. R., 188, 190 Bigelow Hall, 322 Blackcolleges,facultyexchangeswith,234 Black Liberation Affairs Committee (BLAC), 246, 276, 301, 370n30 Black Panthers, 252 Bloedel Trust, 154, 197, 220 Bloom, Andrew, 288 Boardman, H. A., 49 Board of Trustees, 48, 50, 57, 60; educational committee of, 239–40; Presbyterian representation on, 72, 217, 220; role of, 189–90 Bodo, John, 229, 255, 311 Boddy, William H., 150–51, 153, 163 Boggs, Marion, 153, 177, 359n22 Book of Common Prayer, 38, 44 Bowman, Earl, 286 Boxer Rebellion, 110 Brazil, 106–7 Brewster, Kingman, 252 Brown, Kenneth, 177 Brown, Robert McAfee, 226 Bryan, William Jennings, 130 Budolfson, F. N. (Buddy), 177, 189, 262 Burrell, David James, 71, 339n33 Butler, Donald, 204, 227 Byram Foundation, 148, 154, 156, 166, 176, 188 Calvin, John, 37–29 Calvinism, 17–18, 43 Camp Farthest Out, 139 campus strikes, national, 252–53 Camus, Albert, 278 Canadian-American conference, 174, 239 Canton Christian College, 110 Career Seminar for Women, 296–97 Carleton College, 39, 62, 78, 87, 96, 125, 148, 150, 188–91 passim, 215, 248, 304–5, 343n30 Carnegie, Andrew, 98, 110, 126 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 144 Carnegie (Hall), 156, 322 Cason, Wallace, 280 Catholic Church, Catholicism, Catholics. See under Roman Catholic; see also anti-Catholicism Central Presbyterian Church (St. Paul), 105 chapel: compulsory attendance, 221, 228, 231; mission of, 221–22; programs, 151, 154, 162–63, 221, 228– 29; and Vietnam War, 255–56 chaplaincy, 143, 214, 309–10, 318–19 cheerleaders, 159, 198 Chicago World’s Fair (Columbia Exposition of 1893), 77 China, 170; missionary interest in, 106–10, 118 Chipman, Donald Arden, 284, 286 Christ Church (St. Paul), 46 Christian education, 10–11, 16, 20, 57; and democracy, 115, 307; role of, index |  113, 118–19, 140–43, 151–52, 156, 167–68, 207, 213 Christian Endeavor, 214 Christian identity. See under Macalester College Christian Unity, 43–45 Christianity: and knowledge, 3–4, 16–17, 19, 25, 54, 68, 114, 118, 232, 320; mission of, 101, 104, 130, 136, 152, 160; and science, 3–5, 114, 102, 125–29; and World War I, 130; and World War II, 172–73 Church of Ireland, 45 citizenship as educational goal, 128, 144–45, 156, 173, 183, 202–3, 218–19 Civil Rights Movement, 245–50 Civil War, 31 Clark, Charles Allen, 108 Clark, Glenn, 95–97, 138–40, 170 Clark, Myron, 106, 107 Clarke, James E., 123 Cleveland, Horace W. S., 58, 61 Cochran, Thomas, 59, 61–62, 67, 74, 356n35 Coe College, 124 Coe, George Albert, 114–15 Coffin, Brent, 319 Coffin, William Sloane, Jr., 249 Coleman, Norman F., 181 College of...

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9780816673346
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