I'm currently taking Bible college classes online while I am in the military and am prepping for seminary. The problem that I have just recently realized is that
1. There is only one seminary in my city.
2. It has some liberal beliefs that I do not believe can be reconciled with biblical Christianity...although the overall concept of the school seems to be..alright.
Do you think it's okay to go to a seminary even though it has some quirks that seem heretical? Or is it too much to the point that I should go to a school that is far away from my family? I really would like to be near my family again considering that I've been away from them so long while serving in the military overseas.
If you want to know a little bit on a couple of the beliefs of the school....be aware that I'm not trying to debate whether these things are heretical. I'm sure there are already threads for that. Just realize that to me, these things are. And if it really rustles you that much, then send me a private message..... here are some of the things:
1. They endorse and train women as pastors.
2. Archbishop Desmond Tutu is in partnership with the school...they have formed a center together. Desmond Tutu...according to an article/quote I just read, believes that one can pick and choose what he is to follow from the Bible.
Now, on the otherhand, if you do find these things heretical/problematic, would you go to a school that endorses these things?