February 6, 2013

I Found God at Columbia

Dennis Prager, Jewish Journal

Not many people today can say that they found God or religion at college or graduate school. Most universities, after all, are thoroughly secular institutions that either ignore or disparage belief in God.

Yet, one day, when I was a graduate student in international affairs at Columbia University, I had an epiphany.

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