Inquiring Minds

California college students respond to questions about God, good, and evil.

CSU San Bernardino student: the middle place is fine
Rebecca isn't religious but believes the afterlife is divided into three places

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Rebbecca, who is studying chemistry, on the Pfau Library Lawn at CSU San Bernardino

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Buddhism with a dose of moral relativism at Grossmont College
Charm believes that the purpose of life is to live life and die

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Charm, who is studying business administration, by the library at Grossmont College in El

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Chaffey College student wants to be liberated
Religion has a bad connotation for Valentina, who grew up Mormon, Catholic and Protestant

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Valentina, who is studying nutrition to be a yoga instructor, outside the Campus Center

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Buddhist vs. Christian at Cal State San Marcos
Students are interviewed about abortion, the afterlife, and their moral code

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interviews with Vincent, who is studying business management, near the University Student Union, and with Tania

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