The conclusion reflects on two limits to the argument of the book. First, it notes that a secular and religiously plural university is not, and should not be, the church. It asks what role explicitly Christian worship and discipleship – and the call to others to become Christian worshippers and disciples – can and should nevertheless play in such a context, and conclude that, while a public university is properly secular and religiously plural, practices of Christian worship and discipleship do fundamentally belong on campus. Second, it examines another kind of limit: the inevitability that the university will remain an ambiguous and problematic institution, and that labour for its good will meet all too regularly with frustration.
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