A Christian therefore in an academic setting faces a peculiar assault. Because he believes in a binding truth on all men, he is an enemy of academic freedom. At the same time, because he is not open to the equality of good and evil, truth and error, he will not compromise. He is thus a target of academic and administrative imperialism. Since he will not be reduced to the common level of pragmatism and expediency, he is the target of bulldozing activities.
R.J. Rushdoony, The Philosophy of the Christian Curriculum (Vallecito, CA: Ross House Books, 2001), 118.