The new president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities pledged to make the group "the happy warriors of a great and godly cause," telling the association's president that his goal was to create a movement of Christian colleges incorporating faith into all areas of academic life. "I want to make not just the spiritual case, but the educational and economic case -- and yes, there is an economic case -- for the integration of faith and learning," Edward O. Blews, Jr., the former president of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Michigan, told the Christian college group at his inauguration at its annual meeting Wednesday.
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