Identity Formation and College-Level Religion Courses: A Pilot Study

Volume
Volume 19
Issue
Summer 1991
Title
Identity Formation and College-Level Religion Courses: A Pilot Study
Abstract

Biblical literature courses are a significant feature in the curricula of Christian colleges. Most such colleges include biblical literature coursework in students'€™ graduation requirements. Student response to these courses vary. This article reports on exploratory research examining the relationship between identity status (Marcia, 1976) and students'€™ response to a biblical literature course. Questions rising from the findings are examined and possible curricular implications are considered.

Authors
Dr. L.L. Steele and Dr. R.R. Drovdahl
Pages
197 - 202
Price
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