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John T. McGreevy

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Dean, College of Arts and Letters

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Sycamore Trust Inc
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  • Ph.D.
    Stanford University
  • B.A.
    University of Notre Dame
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Carter Snead, 21 Sept 2014 [cached]
John McGreevy Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Religion and American Culture : University of California Press | Journals + Digital Publishing, 17 Jan 2015 [cached]
John T. McGreevy, University of Notre Dame
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John McGreevy, a University of Notre Dame historian, said various state ballot measures provide insights into voter thinking.
Though passed in seven (Colorado, Idaho, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin) of the eight states where they were on the ballot, antigay marriage constitutional amendments didn't energize the Republican faithful like they did in 2004.
Instead, referendums in six states (Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, Ohio and Colorado) to raise the minimum wage passed by large-to-over-whelming margins and appeared to contribute to Democratic victories in closely contested Senate races in Montana and Missouri.In South Dakota, voters rejected a measure that would have outlawed all abortions in the state except those necessary to save the life of the pregnant woman, while a hotly contested measure allowing for embryonic stem cell research passed in Missouri by a small margin, despite strong opposition from the state's Catholic bishops.
Voters, said McGreevy, "were kind of cautious on stem cell research, not enthusiastic about gay marriage, and also cautious, not radical in the sense that they wanted to overturn Roe v. Wade immediately, on abortion."A more narrowly crafted antiabortion measure is likely to have passed in South Dakota, said McGreevy.
WEA Theological News Issue 44  Feb 2006, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
In a later session on Christian unity, Archbishop Desmond Tutu spoke movingly of the world Church's role in the defeat of apartheid, but disconcerted more evangelical participants with a reading of John 12:32 which suggested not only that all are loved by God, but that all would be saved (cf. John 3:14-15!).
"We're delighted to have him," John McGreevy, chair of Notre Dame's history department, told the magazine.
McGreevy said Notre Dame would be a fertile environment for such efforts. "Notre Dame is a good place to do that," he said.
John T. McGreevy is the I.A. ..., 28 June 2013 [cached]
John T. McGreevy is the I.A. O'Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters and Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame.
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