Sometimes religious types try to broaden their views in order to be loved and respected by nonbelievers.
Don’t try this. You only give them more reason to disregard you.
Take what happened to Smith College’s chaplains: Their nondogmatic and pro-diversity stance was so persuasive, the school fired them in the name of nondogmatism and diversity.
Smith once employed chaplains who serve Catholics, Protestants and Jews, reports The Weekly Standard. No more.
“Our student body has become increasingly diverse in every way, including religiously, and we belive students would be better served by moving away from the emphasis on these three faith groups and moving toward broader support for the full range of religious belief and practice on campus.”
These chaplains were already doing the diversity thing, “supporting groups from the Radical Catholic Feminists of Smith to the Hillel Foundation to the Association of Smith Pagans and Al Iman.”[reference]