The Institute for Jewish and Community Research recently conducted a poll of American college professors, asking them to rate their feelings toward specific religious groups. The report points to one glaring fact — a majority of the polled faculty members said they held “unfavorable” views of American evangelicals. Professor Cary Nelson, president of the American Association of University Professors, joins us on today’s program to assess the significance of the study.
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