I'm a full-time pastor with a Bachelors in Bible & Theology. I've been feeling stirred to seek an MDiv for some time now, for personal and ministry enrichment, and in order to have a credential to teach as an adjunct at my alma mater. Likewise, one of the men in the congregation I serve would like to eventually enter the ministry, and he is wrapping up an interdisciplinary bachelors degree. He believes his next step is an MDiv. We both lean toward a "modified calvinist" view of soteriology. I also lean towards a historic premil view of eschatology. However, we're not "rabid" in these areas, and don't want to make them points of contention or argument. I know a number of you are LBTS grads. From your experience, would my friend and I be able to exist happily in the LBTS Distance MDiv program? We love the flexibility, the delivery method and the reasonable price. We also love the idea of working together on our degrees, enjoying a sort of mini-cohort as we study. However, we don't want to walk into a perpetual warzone and be considered heretics over these issues. Any input or suggestions would be welcome. Thanks!