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Re: Regent University Law is the most powereful Law School in America???
« Reply #30 on: April 11, 2007, 04:15:53 PM »
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.

Besides, a good Christian World-Changing leader (in theory) wouldn't want to "get laid" via pre-marital sex or any of the other fun stuff you mentioned.

Tell that to MLK (loved the ladies), Winston Chirchill (loved Scotch and Cigars), or Pope John Paul (cursed like a drunken sailor). Even Jimmy Carter had lust in his heart.

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« Reply #31 on: April 11, 2007, 07:32:37 PM »
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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« Reply #32 on: April 11, 2007, 09:36:38 PM »
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.

LOL, as a Protestant, I don't really care.
ND is a "secular Christian" school, in my opinion.
Religion isn't worked into the curriculum like it is at Regent, from what I can tell.


Besides, a good Christian World-Changing leader (in theory) wouldn't want to "get laid" via pre-marital sex or any of the other fun stuff you mentioned.

Ha! Touché! I agree. :D

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« Reply #33 on: April 11, 2007, 09:49:18 PM »
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.

LOL, as a Protestant, I don't really care.
ND is a "secular Christian" school, in my opinion.
Religion isn't worked into the curriculum like it is at Regent, from what I can tell.


Besides, a good Christian World-Changing leader (in theory) wouldn't want to "get laid" via pre-marital sex or any of the other fun stuff you mentioned.

Ha! Touché! I agree. :D

How wildly depressing. Is that avatar intentionally ironic?

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« Reply #34 on: April 11, 2007, 09:53:08 PM »

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

LOL, as a Protestant, I don't really care.
ND is a "secular Christian" school, in my opinion.
Religion isn't worked into the curriculum like it is at Regent, from what I can tell.


Besides, a good Christian World-Changing leader (in theory) wouldn't want to "get laid" via pre-marital sex or any of the other fun stuff you mentioned.

Ha! Touché! I agree. :D
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Re: Regent University Law is the most powereful Law School in America???
« Reply #35 on: April 11, 2007, 10:47:07 PM »
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?
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« Reply #36 on: April 11, 2007, 11:09:36 PM »
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?

I have casual sex with with girls from BC. HTH!

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Re: Regent University Law is the most powereful Law School in America???
« Reply #37 on: April 11, 2007, 11:11:18 PM »
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.

LOL, as a Protestant, I don't really care.
ND is a "secular Christian" school, in my opinion.
Religion isn't worked into the curriculum like it is at Regent, from what I can tell.


Besides, a good Christian World-Changing leader (in theory) wouldn't want to "get laid" via pre-marital sex or any of the other fun stuff you mentioned.

Ha! Touché! I agree. :D

How wildly depressing. Is that avatar intentionally ironic?

LOL, no, it's the truth. I'm a wait-for-marriage guy.
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Re: Regent University Law is the most powereful Law School in America???
« Reply #38 on: April 12, 2007, 12:19:58 AM »
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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Re: Regent University Law is the most powereful Law School in America???
« Reply #39 on: April 12, 2007, 02:44:12 AM »
Well...FWIW...and IMHO if you want to "change the world" you'd be better off without the religious chip on your shoulder I'm sure a school with distaste and intolerance of others with opposing views will push on you. 

I personally would rather jump off of a building than sit in a class with a 10 minute introductory prayer to the constitutional law class--I'm sure 1st amendment discussions there are truly stimulating.  (smell the sarcasm, please)

I won't even touch on what a PP said about the school's beliefs...I'll just get angry.
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