Kent Cooper III Posted July 24, 2011 Share Posted July 24, 2011 I may be applying to some top div schools (Yale, ND, etc.) in the upcoming years for an MA or MTS in biblical studies/early christianity, but I am afraid the confessions of my UG school might play a bigger role in acceptance/rejection than I originally thought. I attend a conservative bible college which has an outspoken conviction for the inerrancy of scripture, expository preaching, and so on. It is comprised mostly of aspiring pastors and ministry workers of evangelical churches. Pretty much about anyone can be accepted. With that said, it is somewhat academically rigorous, and there are several opportunities for academic dialogue with the more scholarly professors. I'd compare it to a down-sized Moody BI. I'm one out of a half dozen episcopalians at the school. My question is this: Does this kill my chances in spite of a 4.0, decent recs, academic experience, etc.? Vague question. I know Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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