Secularism with the Gloves Off: Vanderbilt University’s Assault on Religious Organizations

Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, addresses the secularization of American higher education. He writes:

Like most of America’s historic private universities, Vanderbilt University was founded by Christian believers for the purpose of inculcating Christian beliefs in its students. Vanderbilt was founded in the 1870s by Methodists and later funded largely by New York’s Vanderbilt family. Within a remarkably short period of years, Vanderbilt had forfeited its conservative Methodist roots in order to identify with the emerging secular consensus in American higher education.

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