ACU's founders were clearly members of the Churches of Christ, yet the documents they wrote to bring the school into existence opposed defining the college as serving any one group; it was to be simply a Christian school. This lecture looks at the founding documents of ACU as well as other Christian colleges formed in the 19th and 20th centuries to see how they defined themselves and how that can inform who we are today.
Foster, Douglas A., "Founding Documents, Future Directions - The Religious Identity of Abilene Christian University" (2006). Lectureship and Summit Audio Collection. 1335.
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