There's a two-day conference that starts tonight by some group that wants to restore Harvard to its 17th-century role as a Christian theology school.
Sure, sure, back then, Massachusetts office holders had to swear an oath that they were good Christians. But Hebrews and Muhammadans have nothing to fear from a revived Christian university on the Charles, even if, as the Crimson reports, one speaker says Muslims, along with gays and abortion, are proof of the coming Apocalypse and another wants Christians to "reclaim" government and the media. Because, see, it says right on their site that:
Many secular or non-Christian leaders have also successfully employed faith-based principles to better our society or to effect change without necessarily being believers themselves. We thus invite all interested in exploring the subject to attend this conference regardless of their current faith posture.