I spent a week in Greenville and the BJU campus in particular in October . I thought I would make some comments regarding the same . By far the most popular Bible translation on campus is the ESV . The students may own a KJV , NKJ or NASU , but that's not what they carried around or studied from . I met one young man going for his Master's degree who used the TNIV . In the campus bookstore the KJ Version outnumbers the other versions by a wide margin . The next most prominent version is the NKJ followed by the NASU . The ESV is the version least present on the shelves . There are no HCS Bibles . That is surprising to me . It is conservative and evangelical . My estimate regarding the nature of the literature in the bookstore is that Reformed-oriented books constituted almost 70 percent of the shelf space . I went to services at Mount Calvary Church with pastor Mark Minnich . A faculty member of BJU who is also a member of MC said the church is nicknamed Mount Calvinist by some . He told me the mens' Sunday School class is going through A.W. Pink's book " Profiting From The Word " . The bookstore carries about 95 percent Calvinistic works im my estimation . You'll not find a Sword of the Lord or other typically Fundamentalist publication there . Encouraging signs ( from my perspective ) . More observations at a later time .