I haven’t been writing on the blog much this week, but I’ve been writing a lot none the less. Here is a piece I wrote on Harvard’s late Rev. Dr. Peter Gomes and Vanderbilt’s policy, which forbids religious groups from ensuring that their leaders share the group’s core doctrinal commitments. Harvard faced a similar situation in 2003 and decided to allow religious groups the ability to self-govern and preserve their religious liberty. Let’s hope (and pray) that Vanderbilt will do the same!
But don’t just take my word that religious liberty and identity matters at the world’s great universities, listen to the Rev. Dr….