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Clergy hope to link new Christian campus with Penn State

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – Clergy hope to establish a branch of a Christian college near the Pennsylvania State University campus where students could take religion classes that would count toward graduation requirements.The Rev. Paul Grabill, an Assemblies of God pastor who leads the effort, has not announced an arrangement with a specific Christian college but said he hopes to operate with accredited professors and 50 to 200 students by next year.Grabill said the project, originated last year, has support from Lutherans, Baptists, Methodists and Presbyterians.


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