Sommerville argues that a secular world view is propagated not just through American higher education, but public education, the media, and the courts depsite their professed commitment to neutrality. He examines the market forces that have created what he calls the 'post-secularist' university but may also have opened the door for theologians to challenge the prevailing nihilism. Finally, he invites the reader to imagine a university where religion is not ruled out but rather welcomed at least as one legitimate voice among others. Sommerville's bracing and provocative argument is sure to provoke controversy and stimulate discussion both inside and outside the academy.

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