May I remind you that Yale, Harvard, Columbia and most other large, old universities began as Christian Colleges which taught the Bible. This fact reveals the natural course of all institutions, including governments and churches, is trending downward. This is, of course, the critical need for constant spiritual revival among Christians and in churches and Christian institutions. Without a constant pursuit of revival, to take up the spiritual slack, all institutions will eventually drift into this same deep, dark, spiritually dead, hole ... in the graveyard of expediency and Liberalism. RB
Man, Sex, God, and YaleThere is clearly a radical sexual agenda at work at Yale today. Professors and administrators who came of age during the sexual revolution are busily indoctrinating students into a culture of promiscuity. In fact, Yale pioneered the hosting of a campus "Sex Week" ... a festival of sleaze, porn, and debauchery, dressed up as sex education. I encountered this tawdry tradition as an undergrad, and my book documents the events of Sex Week, including the screening in classrooms of hard-core pornography and the giving of permission to sex toy manufacturers and porn production companies to market their products to students.
In one classroom, a porn star stripped down to bare breasts, attached pinching and binding devices to herself as a lesson in sadomasochism, and led a student around the room in handcuffs. On other occasions, female students competed in a porn star look-alike contest judged by a male porn producer, and a porn film showing a woman bound and beaten was screened in the context of "instruction" on how students might engage in relationships of their own.
And again, these things happened with the full knowledge and approval of Yale's senior administrators.
As might be expected, many Yale students were offended by Sex Week, but university officials defended it in the name of "academic freedom" ... a sign of how far this noble idea, originally meant to protect the pursuit of truth, has fallen. And the fact that Yale, as an institution, no longer understands the substantive meaning of academic freedom which requires the ability to distinguish art from pornography, not to mention right from wrong ...is a sign of its enslavement to the ideology of moral relativism, which denies any objective truth (except, of course, for the truth that there is no truth).