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Are Christian colleges worth the cost?

Are Christian colleges worth the cost?

You’ve started looking at colleges or universities that you’re interested in. You might have grown up in a Christian home, and want to go to a school that shares many of your deeply held values and beliefs. Or you might have recently become a Christian, and want to go to a school that will help your faith grow and put down roots. But you might be noticing that Christian colleges are private colleges. And private schools often cost more than pubic schools. So is going to a Christian university worth the cost?

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