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If you want to be a World-Changing Christian leader, try to bump your LSAT up a couple of points and go to BC or ND, where you can enjoy an adult beverage, drop an f-bomb, and maybe, God willing, even get laid every once in a great while.

ND and BC and GT and Villanova, etc. are Catholic. A good protestant would never subject themselves to that.

Besides, while Catholic schools won't necessarily kick you out for all of that stuff in the Regent handbook, they definitely poo-poo it just the same.

BC does not poo-poo any of that and I think the Catholics feel out of place.  If you're looking to law school to help you become a world changing leader, go to HYS.

Oh? BC sells condoms in the campus store?

Does not logically follow.

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If you want to be a World-Changing Christian leader, try to bump your LSAT up a couple of points and go to BC or ND, where you can enjoy an adult beverage, drop an f-bomb, and maybe, God willing, even get laid every once in a great while.

ND and BC and GT and Villanova, etc. are Catholic. A good protestant would never subject themselves to that.

Besides, while Catholic schools won't necessarily kick you out for all of that stuff in the Regent handbook, they definitely poo-poo it just the same.

BC does not poo-poo any of that and I think the Catholics feel out of place.  If you're looking to law school to help you become a world changing leader, go to HYS.

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oh, please, go there and disagree with them.  and be sure let us know how it turn out.

I certainly hope that I get into a better school!

But if not... Oh the headache!
The Bible I have read says that Christians are supposed to take care of the poor, the orphaned, and the widowed. I have a feeling that this belief will make me too much of a liberal! :)


It shouldn't be a problem as long as you can separate "Christians" from "The Federal Government."

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- The title of the course was Constitutional Law, but the subject was sin. Before any casebooks were opened, a student led his classmates in a 10-minute devotional talk, completed with "amens," about the need to preserve their Christian values.




Thats from the globe-----  ridicuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuulous

 ::) It's not that bad.  A lot of time is wasted in class anyways.

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From http://www.slate.com/id/2163601/nav/tap2/:

I saw that article the other day.  I totally wanted to go to that law school back in 1988 (now you have an idea of how truly screwed up I am).

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Try Harvard!
« on: April 10, 2007, 04:55:00 PM »
It works if you manually type in the link... if not it takes you to some tripod picture.

Boo ya.  I'm bored.

Thanks!  Must be cached on my system.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Try Harvard!
« on: April 10, 2007, 02:35:38 PM »
hmmm....the link works for me.  yes, i post it all the time.

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