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THE UTILIZATION OF DIVINE INTELLIGENCE IN ACADEMIC WORK

From the September 1964 issue of The Christian Science Journal


MANY people would say that the primary function of a university education is to develop the student's intellectual powers: to equip him with the ability to learn for himself, and to appraise intelligently whatever comes to his notice. Certainly this is more valuable and permanent than training for some profession, although that also has its proper place in a university.