A correspondent who wishes to remain anonymous sends this in:
From Pat Robertson’s Regent University course catalog:
GOV 601 Quantitative Analysis (3) Skills for quantitative data gathering, measurement, policy analysis and program evaluation. Research and sampling design, surveys, data collection and data reduction and display. Review of basic statistics through multivariate analysis, z-scores, regression through the use of statistical computer package (SPSS), and a Judeo-Christian perspective on the use of statistics.
I wonder if they teach the principle that God is in every leaf of every tree.
(I looked for the course description online but couldn’t find it. But the description seems consistent with others in the catalog.)