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MONDAY, FEB 15, 2010  |  2 comments
Harvard’s Crisis of Faith
It doesn't take a degree from Harvard to see that in today's world, a person needs to know something about religion. The conflicts between the Israelis and the Palestinians; between Christians, Muslims, and animists in Africa; between religious conservatives and progressives at home over abortion and gay marriage—all these relate, if indirectly, to what rival groups believe about God and scripture. Any resolution of these conflicts will have to come from people who understand how religious belief and practice influence our world: why, in particular, believers see some things as worth fighting and dying for. On the Harvard campus—where the next generation of aspiring leaders is currently beginning the spring term—the importance of religion goes without saying. "Kids need to know the difference between a Sunni and a Shia," is something you hear a lot.

But in practice, the Harvard faculty cannot cope ...


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notofworks | california  Find all comments by notofworks
Harvard is evidence of the roots of America; not that founders were fully faithful to the Word of God, however,
they had departed sincerely from false idolatrous papistry.
The decline of all things reverencing the Word of God in the USA follows the trajectory of Rome's false teachers assaulting the institutions that were founded in the fear of God, and attempting to rewrite America's founding to exclude Biblical Christianity's influence and add in a fake story of Rome's influence. Rome has always covetted to be in the place of God. Search carefully and you will see that Rome has a place at Harvard now. Look at our Supreme Court. Where Bible believing jurists initiated the first court, we have a majority who are trusting in men and dead works. They are religionists, vile ones.
Newt Gingrich learned that allegiance to Rome could buy him a serious chance at elective office again; his latest works are perversions of the history of the USA to insert Rome which was in truth being fled from by those who founded America.
As God says in Ecclesiastes: there is nothing new under the sun.
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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Harvard's opposition to Biblical Christianity is quite old now. It probably began some time before Henry Ware, a Unitarian (Socinian), became its Professor of Divinity in 1805.
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