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    David P. Setran
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    1403961255
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    Palgrave Macmillan; First edition (July 2, 2008)
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this book will benefit students, more experienced scholars, and laypeople alike. It establishes Setran as a rising star in the history of American education and religion. A century ago, the YMCA stood at the center of campus life for many male students, a visible reminder of religious presence in American higher education. Within a few decades, however, the 'Y' was relegated to the margins of academia.

In this groundbreaking history of the intercollegiate YMCA, David Setran . .David P. Setran (PhD, Indiana University) is associate professor of Christian formation and ministry at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois

In this groundbreaking history of the intercollegiate YMCA, David Setran . Setran (PhD, Indiana University) is associate professor of Christian formation and ministry at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He is the author of The College "Y": Student Religion in the Era of Secularization. Books by David P. Setran. Mor. rivia About The College "Y":.

In this groundbreaking history of the intercollegiate YMCA, David Setran details the critical role of this organization on American campuses in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By examining the YMCA's influence on student piety and campus life during the era of collegiate secularization, he explores the evolving place of Protestant Christianity in American higher education. This important study is essential reading for those interested in American history, education, and religious studies. Categories: Religion. Setran is Professor of Educational Ministries, Wheaton College, US.

It helps explain current struggles, but more to the point, it delivers a complex narrative in a voice that speaks with uncommon insight and grace. Substantively and methodologically, this book will benefit students, more experienced scholars, and laypeople alike.

In this groundbreaking history of the YMCA, David Setran details its critical role on American campuses, exploring how this popular organization . Setran is Professor of Educational Ministries, Wheaton College, USA. Batafsil.

In this groundbreaking history of the YMCA, David Setran details its critical role on American campuses, exploring how this popular organization worked to strengthen the Protestant piety of American collegians through Bible study, service, and prayer, as well as how the organization changed after World War I, alienating itself from churches, university administrators, and even the students themselves.

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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan. Publication Date: 2007. In this groundbreaking history of the YMCA, David Setran details its critical role on American campuses, exploring how this popular organization worked to strengthen the Protestant piety of American collegians through Bible study, service, and prayer, as well as how the organization changed after World War I, alienating itself from churches, university administrators, and even the students themselves.

The College Y : Student Religion in the Era of Secularization. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

The College Y : Student Religion in the Era of Secularization. Katherine V. Sedgwick (a1). University of Pennsylvania. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 February 2017.

In this groundbreaking history of the intercollegiate YMCA, David Setran details the critical role of this organization on American campuses in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By examining the YMCA's influence on student piety and campus life during the era of collegiate secularization, he explores the evolving place of Protestant Christianity in American higher education. This important study is essential reading for those interested in American history, education, and religious studies.