I have heard alot about the Master's Divinity School (not to be confused with Masters Seminary). This school, if I understand correctly, is connected with Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary (not to be confused with Trinity Evangelical Divinity School). Neither program is accredited (though Trinity is on its way). However I would not consider either program to be properly classified as a "degree mill". Trinity has had some problems with claiming accreditation when they did not have it, and this will haunt them even after they get regional accreditation (which I have ever reason to believe they will). I want, however, to zero in on Master's Divinity School. I was looking over their web page moments ago (http://www.mdivs.edu). They seem to be as straight forward as you can get about the fact that they are unaccredited. That can be seen in the following statement: "Our degree programs are designed to be used within the context of Christian ministry only, and as such, are not intended to meet any required licensure standards, or secular civil standards whether local, state or federal. Therefore, your needs and goals should determine the program of your choice." While they do go on to talk further about accreditation, they even give the disadvantages of earning a degree from a non-accredited school such as Masters Divinity School. So from this standpoint I am some what impressed with their approach. Further, I am highly impressed with their MA/Biblical Creation Apologetics (http://www.mdivs.edu/bca.html). While this degree would certainly not gain one employment in any field (science, education, etc) it certainly would not be a waste of time/energy/money. More Christians should be aware of the issues surrounding creationism, and the scientific evidence for it (including the modern intelligent design theory). Therefore I am happy to see Masters offering this program. And I fully agree with their, "who should take this program", statement: "pastors, Christian school teachers and administrators, Christian college faculty and administrators, evangelists, and other Christian leaders" We need more pastors, school teachers, administrators, college teachers, evangelists, and lay people of all types who are educated on the issues of creation apologetics. If I had time I would sign up for this program. Not for employment purposes, but rather for the purposes of getting better educated on Biblical Creationism (without having to get too technical). Maybe one day, when I have finished all of my offical schooling, I will sign up for this program. I already have certificates in Biblical Studies and Bible Prophecy from the Institute of Biblical Studies (Jerry Falwell Ministries). While those two certificates were not offical degrees, I learned alot from the studies. I think these type programs are great ideas. For more on creation apologetics I would advise people to check out the Answers In Genesis website, or the Institute For Creation Research website. In Christ, Martin.