From the Publisher
Their search for truth led these forty-two men and women to God Ari Goldman's best-selling book, The Search for God at Harvard, chronicled his search for signs of genuine religious faith at Harvard Divinity School. The New York Times reporter concluded that God was not very evident at the prestigious Ivy League campus. Kelly Monroe reveals another picture of Christian faith in a secular intellectual setting. In Finding God at Harvard, she presents the compelling testimonies of forty-two faculty members, former students, and distinguished orators at Harvard. Their candid reflections explode the myth that Christian faith cannot survive a rigorous intellectual atmosphere. Finding God at Harvard speaks to the emptiness that haunts college campuses across the country - an emptiness that only Truth can fill. As Monroe's contributors so vividly show, that Truth is available to everyone.
". . . a wonderfully reasoned defense that ultimately points to the One who is the source of all truth." - Charles Colson, Prison Fellowship Ministries
"These compelling stories demonstrate that faith in search of understanding, and understanding in search of faith, go on in the most unlikely of places." - Rev. Richard John Neuhaus, Editor-in-Chief, First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life
From the Author
Kelly Monroe has served as a chaplain to graduate students at Harvard for eight years. She began the Harvard Veritas Forum to bring together people from diverse cultures and disciplines who want to explore Truth¾Veritas¾as understood by the founders of Harvard. She lives in Cambridge, Massachussetts
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