Interesting article in the New York Times, here, about some Baptist colleges severing ties with churches, largely over the conflict between academic freedom and religious doctrine.
I especially liked this paragraph:
David W. Key, director of Baptist Studies at the Candler School of Theology at Emory, put it more starkly. “The real underlying issue is that fundamentalism in the Southern Baptist form is incompatible with higher education,’’ Professor Key said. “In fundamentalism, you have all the truths. In education, you’re searching for truths."