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1980 Graduate. Very, very poor academic standards and Bible curriculum. |
MBBC = Myron's Big Bad Cult.
Biblical Hermeneutics is THE MOST important realm of study that is needed for ministry bound students, AND YET it was never offered at an undergrad level at MBBC.
Instead we were forced to endure "Preacher Boy's" class, which turned out to be worthless.
They were also Hardcore KJV Only.
The school has probably altered their philosophy of ministry since the 1970s... but at this point, who cares.
Find a college that is non-baptistic, non-fundamentalilst in a warmer climate.
|Jan 22 2013|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |
| I attended MBBC after graduating from a public high school with a great amount of expectations for the college. Some of the coursework at the college is quite challenging while much of some classes is made up of busy work. |
I do not like how the administration and some students bash the sister colleges of MBBC and label every state university in the nation as "evil and pagan" places. I found that what some of the deans say does not match up with what they do. When I attended this college I did not feel I was being prepared for a career; rather, I was being forced into a cookie cutter Fundamental Baptist mindset. Although there are some good qualities to this college, such as regional accreditation and some caring faculty, I decided to transfer to a state university.So many people complain about the rules while others gladly accept them. The rules should be a unifying component of the college, but too many overstep the rules by making following some of the petty rules at MBBC as a marker of spiritual maturity. While attending this college, I felt I had stepped into a Christian high school instead of entering an institution of higher learning. I would encourage anyone interested in this college to visit first.
|Jul 25 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2013 |
| I attended my first semester at MBBC. I had some good friend but they all left cause they hated it. I hated everything else about the school. I was fined for walking on the grass and watching a movie. the basketball coach recruited me and then repeatedly ignored me and could care less about my personal well being. I was dismissed a week before exams because my friend stole about 5 bucks from another student and bought me a snack. Administrators treated me with no respect during meetings and "summoned" me to their offices and then never showed up. during my final meeting the dean related my knowledge of my friends stealing to someone watching my sister get raped. everything about my experience was terrible and i would not advise anyone to attend. the staff and students are closeminded and judgemental. their views on homosexuals alone is appauling. I look forward to seeing how their students function in real life. |
|Jul 14 2012|| Male --
Class 2000 |