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My general impression is a good chunk of that circle/group/etc.(the wilds/majesty music/BJU etc.)of independent baptists are "drifting" away from former convictions to one degree or another. You see that in a continually increasing acceptance of corrupt bible versions and in gradually slipping musical standards that were once very high.

I am interested in these statements, b/c (as I think you already know) I'm a BJ grad and am pretty familiar with the other ministries you mentioned as well. Correct me if I am wrong, but as far as I know, none of these ministries ever were KJVO (maybe that's not what you were saying). And as far as I know, while BJU and Majesty may be incorporating more modern music (to a very slight degree, IMO--they'd NEVER do Southern gospel like Crown College and West Coast would), the Wilds is still on the "very conservative" end of the spectrum. But I'm willing to be corrected on that, and I'd like you to elaborate on what gives you that "general impression." We've always thought we'd send our kids to BJU...We live nearby, and we know we got an excellent liberal arts education there, which is what we want for our kids, too. But certain things (including some of the trends we've seen) are giving us pause. So, as I said, I would be interested in how you arrived at your opinion on this.

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I am interested in these statements, b/c (as I think you already know) I'm a BJ grad and am pretty familiar with the other ministries you mentioned as well. Correct me if I am wrong, but as far as I know, none of these ministries ever were KJVO (maybe that's not what you were saying). And as far as I know, while BJU and Majesty may be incorporating more modern music (to a very slight degree, IMO--they'd NEVER do Southern gospel like Crown College and West Coast would), the Wilds is still on the "very conservative" end of the spectrum. But I'm willing to be corrected on that, and I'd like you to elaborate on what gives you that "general impression." We've always thought we'd send our kids to BJU...We live nearby, and we know we got an excellent liberal arts education there, which is what we want for our kids, too. But certain things (including some of the trends we've seen) are giving us pause. So, as I said, I would be interested in how you arrived at your opinion on this.


I will pm you.

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