Here's something I didn't know:

On many Ivy League campuses, [Asian Americans] have come to dominate evangelical groups. At Yale, 90 percent of the Campus Crusade for Christ members are Asian American; in the 1980s, the same chapter was 100 percent white. In fact, the growing presence of Asian-Americans on elite campuses may be the single largest demographic factor in evangelicalism’s ascent at places like Yale and Harvard.

There may be more evangelicals at Harvard today than at any time since the seventeenth century. (Hat tip: Evangelical Outpost.)

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