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Dr. Martin Marty Speaks at Catawba College's 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium

January 17, 2007
Category: Events, Religion & Philosophy
Preeminent American church historian and the author of more than 50 books on religion, faith and culture today, Dr. Martin Marty, spoke recently at Catawba College's 2007 Lilly Center Colloquium that was held Tuesday, February 27. He spoke two different times during his visit to campus — at…
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The Role of Religion in Public Life

January 2, 2007
Category: Academics, Events, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy, Students
Today the world faces a crisis never before seen on this scale in human history. All over the globe, human beings of all faiths and of none are wrestling with the question: what exactly is the proper role of religion in the public life of nations?   Proposed answers differ radically, even within…
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The Role of Religion in Public Life

January 2, 2007
Category: Academics, Events, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy, Students
Today the world faces a crisis never before seen on this scale in human history. All over the globe, human beings of all faiths and of none are wrestling with the question: what exactly is the proper role of religion in the public life of nations?   Proposed answers differ radically, even within…
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Catawba College's Tara Ketcham Receives Statewide Community Impact Student Award

November 16, 2006
Category: Academics, Religion & Philosophy, Students
Tara Ketcham, of Catawba College, received the inaugural North Carolina Campus Compact (NCCC) Community Impact Student Award on November 11, 2006 at North Carolina State University during the annual NCCC Student Conference. This award will be presented each year to students who have made…
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Catawba College's Tara Ketcham Receives Statewide Community Impact Student Award

November 16, 2006
Category: Academics, Religion & Philosophy, Students
Tara Ketcham, of Catawba College, received the inaugural North Carolina Campus Compact (NCCC) Community Impact Student Award on November 11, 2006 at North Carolina State University during the annual NCCC Student Conference. This award will be presented each year to students who have made…
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