Bankhead wrote:I think you guys are missing the OP's point. It's not the religious worship per se, it's the sense of community that the OP is looking for. Hence the "environment" in title of the thread. Like for example, some people want to go to school in a small town, because they think they can thrive in that type of environment better than a large city.
While yes this is true if just given the first post, in light of the following it is harder to draw such a conclusion that it is merely "environment."
s0ph1e2007 wrote:It's also true that some schools have a much stronger anti-christian atmosphere than others and I would like to avoid that because my faith is the most important thing in my life. If I pursue law it will be to glorify God.
As to this, what "anti-Christian" atmosphere are you referring to? Law schools are, for the most part, secular and will not be including any sort of theist mentality in the classroom. I doubt that there will be any out-and-out hatred of Christians at any school you go to, especially not in an institutionalized form. If anything, you will likely find an anti-Christian mentality among students more than anything else. I don't think that mentality is something that exists at the school and since it is more a function of the students who are at a school at a particular point in time, it is hard to categorically label a school as "anti-Christian" when the entire student body will be replaced with new ones by 3 years time and any sort of anti-Christian sentiment is a creation of the students and not the school.
If you truly want a law school that combines the Bible and the law, try Regent.