How Can We Prevent Another Civil War in the USA?, IV
Some years ago, I contacted President William Brody of my university, Johns Hopkins. I told him that the University Press did not consider my book on God. I asked him whether the University funded studies on the theory of God. He said no because the the university is nonsectarian. I told him that the concept nonsectarian applies to the field of religion and that the University could study God. When President Brody returned my e-mail, he said that he understands my point. I am sure that all colleges and universities believe that nonsectarian includes religion and theology.
Today, most colleges and universities believe that theology is the same field of thought as religion. However, theology is the study of God whereas religion is the practice of a specific theology. Many colleges and universities in the USA have thus divided their students. But this division is small compared to the damage that they have done to the Union.
My research shows that a belief in God and a belief in the Big Bang theory requires two very different sciences. Thus, our colleges and universities are focusing their teachings of science and morality in favor of the Big Bang theory. Based on the founding documents of the USA,these colleges and universities are thus acting unlawfully.