Charles Malik is a Harvard educated Lebanese scholar and diplomat. He received more than fifty honorary doctorates from Canadian, American and European universities, including Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Notre Dame. Here is what he writes: "The university is a clear-cut fulcrum with which to move the world. The problem here is for the church to realize that no greater service can it render itself and the cause of the Gospel, with which it is entrusted, than to try to recapture the universities for Christ on whom they were originally founded. "One of the best ways of treating the macrocosm is through the handle of the universities in which millions of youths destined to positions of leadership spend, in rigorous training between four and ten years of the most formative period of their life. "More potently than by any other means, change the university and you change the world." (Charles Malik)

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