Restricting Religious Freedom at Vanderbilt University

Tish Harrison Warren makes a strong case for the importance of creedal communities on campus as she explores the theological assumptions and implications of Vanderbilt’s non-discrimination policy. “Vanderbilt has attempted to circumscribe religious belief on campus, not by banning it altogether, but by making creedal faith merely individualistic and privatized and thus weightless.” Read more of her article, “Restricting Religious Freedom at Vanderbilt University,” posted by Asbury Seedbed.