There was a thread on this about three years ago. Instead of resurrecting that one, I decided to start afresh. I have heard that this is a fairly moderate-liberal school. I would like to see proof of this (or proof against it). I know of their affiliation with CBF (a pretty big indicator of where they are theologically), and have looked at their required reading lists (this may or may not be an indicator, as a professor need not agree with everything written in a book he uses for a class). Aside from these two things, what makes Campbell moderate-liberal? I am thinking of going there for an M.Div. I am quite conservative myself, secure in my conservativeness (is that a word?). I am also a Calvinist, secure in my Calvinistness (I KNOW that is not a word). I have no delusions that Campbell is secretly a conservative, Calvinistic school, but does it offer a somewhat biblically-based, solid theological education? Would someone with my views be welcomed, simply tolerated, or unwelcomed completely there? I am not talking about theoretically (as in, not just what the administration says); I mean, how is it in class? In discussion, are conservative views presented well as part of the discussion, or are they straw men laughed off? In papers, if you disagree with the professor are you graded harder? How is it there? Does Campbell give you a good education, one with which someone could go on and do further higher education work (Ph.D., etc.)? Inquiring minds want to know! Lon P.S. Let's please not turn this into a liberal-conservative debate. There is a place for that, but this thread is not it.