Harvard students are not as irreligious as prior. They are more and more relating their lives to the soul and invisible. Therefore, the school administration realizes that faith molds political views, and consequently, the university is buzzing with the twosome "religious centrist."
Instead of the usual hard-line atheism-agnosticism rant common at Harvard, there is a call to play that down. May that playdown also come to to Harvard Divinity School. When I was there in the early 60s, it was popular not to believe, even while studying for ministry or religious vocations of some sort.