No, as long as there was equality in the students/faculties ability to exercise their freedom, then it’s fine. I can disagree with your religious beliefs but defend your right to express them. The problem is that there is an environment of hostility with the expression of Christians that are exercising their freedoms to do such while there is no real equal criticism of anything else.
In the example you provided, I have no problem with any of that because we are free to do this. Just so long as I can pray to my own God, read my Bible, whatever then we should all enjoy the freedoms that our country provides.
Also, it’s annoying that environment is ignored. Like, people are coming to the south and bitching about the practice of Christianity in alabama? That’s like someone going to Utah and being angry at all of the pro-Mormon practice, or a Christian going to San Francisco and being offended that they encounter more practicing homosexuals. Guess what? Our weak society needs to grow up and realize that it’s ok to be offended and disagree. It’s not ok to inhibit one another’s rights and freedoms as American citizens.
And that goes for every Christian, atheist, homosexual, black, white, Buddhist, etc.