Having been to their Preview Weekend, I have a decent feel for their program. You will obviously be most comfortable there if you are an evangelical Christian with your faith being a central part of your everyday life. Each class has a ten-minute devotional teaching by the professor or someone the professor appoints. Also, you will learn Constitutional Law with a strong emphasis on the moral foundations of the law.
However, we attended an actual class, (don't remember the class name, but the topic was European common law) and you wouldn't have been able to tell that this was a "Christian" school from the topic matter...it was simply European common law being taught: no slants, innuendos, or hidden agendas. The professor was a very good teacher and I found I was able to understand the subject even though the class was in mid-semester form.
I spoke to a 3L that was originally put off by the devotionals but got used to them, and didn't really have any issues with the Christian foundations of the school, she said they were basically just learning the same law that every other school was teaching. And there are students there who aren't of the same faith mind-set as the school's general population, so it's not like you HAVE to be "one of them."