1) Bosco teaches about Jesus, and that's good enough for me. 2) Bosco takes me just as I am...without one idee. 3) All the profs at Bosco have docs from Bosco, so it must be a fine school. 4) I don't intend to use my Bosco degrees-- as MAR, MEd , MA, MDiv, THM, STD, ThD, DD, PhD, DMin and EdD. --to teach ; I did all that hard work for those degrees over these last 18 months for personal edification only. 5) At Bosco I can finish my PhD in Bible in a fraction of the time because Bosco doesn't require silly courses like Hebrew and Greek and only requires dissertations of between 6 and 10 pages---less for the DMin , of course. Bosco's motto is " God gives salvation freely, so we give PhDs freely (almost) ," 6) Bosco would not think of stooping to being regionally or TRACS accredited even if the accreditors begged Bosco, because Bosco knows that accredited schools must give up many important doctrines. 7) The less I learn the more humble I am. 8) Paul had no accredited doc, so I am more like Paul than those with accredited docs from TEDS or DTS etc. 9) In a vision God ordered me to go to Bosco. 10) Besides, Bosco IS an accredited member of the International Christian Accrediting Association ,located in the back of the laundry at 1221 D Ave., Chula Vista , California, having just paid the annual fee of $209.60 and having just completed the two page self -evaluation form .