Christian Colleges

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  1. FriendofSpurgeon

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    Does anyone have any good, strong academic, Christian liberal arts colleges (not seminaries) that they would recommend and if so, why would they recommend them?

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    Cedarville University in Ohio comes to mind. My best friend at church has a daughter who just graduated from there. He was very impressed (and, knowing him as I do, that's saying a whole lot!) with what they offered her.

    Cedarville has continually striven to be a learning community that is intentional about academic excellence, biblical integration, and cultural engagement. www.cedarville.edu / 1-800-CEDARVILLE
     
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    Cedarville was who i was going to mention. The people I know who have gone there have received a top notch Christian liberal arts education.
     
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    I recommend any Jesuit College/university for anyone who wants a strong liberal arts college. My #3 son and his girlfriend graduated from Seattle U. and got a good education.

    My #1 Grandkid starts at St Martin"s (Benedictine) University this fall.
     
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    I understand that Jesuit colleges are very good -- both academically and socially. I have friends who have a student at Boston College and others who have a daughter at Marquette. Both are very pleased.

    However, to be more clear, I was specifically looking for Protestant Christian colleges.
     
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    Here's a list to start with, colleges that I am familiar with --- in no particular order ----

    Name/State/Denomination/Approximate Number of Undergrad Students

    Baylor University - Texas - Baptist - 11,500
    Palm Beach Atlantic - Florida - Non Denom - 2,900
    Lenoir Rhyne University - North Carolina - Lutheran - 1,500
    Shorter College - Georgia - Baptist - 1,500
    Belhaven University - Mississippi - Presbyterian - 2,500
    Lee University - Tennesee - Church of God - 4,000
    Wheaton - Illinois - Non-Denom - 2,400
    Wingate - North Carolina - Baptist - 1,500
    Westmont - California - Non-Denom - 1,300
    Mercer University - Georgia - Baptist - 2,300
    Covenant College - Georgia - Presbyterian - 1,000
    Cedarville - Baptist - Ohio - 3,100
    Calvin - Christian Reformed - Michigan - 3,900
    Samford University - Alabama - Baptist - 2,900
     

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