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Religion in the University, Nicholas Wolterstorff. New Haven: Yale University Press, Summary: Defends the idea of the place of religious ideas in scholarly discussion. In many quarters of the world of higher education, religious ideas or religiously informed perspectives are deemed inappropriate for the classroom, and for scholarly research and discourse, confining these . (See Mitchell v. Helms , Mueller v. Allen , and Zellman v. Simmons-Harris , for example, for cases that allowed formerly excluded state provision of secular books, tuition coverage, and scholarships.) Accommodation of religion at the university level reemerged with a few changes in Court personnel in the s. In Widmar v. Religion and the university. Toronto] Published for York University by University of Toronto Press  (OCoLC) Online version: Religion and the university. Toronto] Published for York University by University of Toronto Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jaroslav Pelikan. 1 EDUCATION AND RELIGION by Edward L. Glaeser Harvard University and NBER and Bruce I. Sacerdote1 Dartmouth College and NBER Febru Abstract In the United States, religious attendance rises sharply with education across individuals.