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Architecture

Chapel weds diversity, transparency

Theological school in Newton builds a 'meeting house for the 21st century'

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2008

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NEWTON - The new chapel at Andover Newton Theological School, in Newton, couldn't look like the church of any particular denomination. The school's president, Nick Carter, says that's because his 400 theology students represent 35 varieties of religion. All of them use the same chapel. Most are some variety of Christianity, but there are other denominations whose needs must also ... (Full article: 1008 words)

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