This is a strange article. I can't tell if it's serious, sorta serious, or 100% made up. GodotThe Peyote God awaits 20:09, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
@TheUmbilicalCordGuy Why was my edit reverted? It's true that none of Wheaton's faculty are not young Earth and, rather, believe in theistic evolution -- see the school's Wikipedia article, or just do a Google search on the topic. This seems to be the implied reason for listing it in the first place.
@Oxyaena I am not anyone's sock. This is the only account I've used on RW, though I did edit as an IP a few times before creating an account. By the way, whose sock did you think I am?Sovereigntist (talk) 01:54, 21 April 2019 (UTC)
Not sure that Berea College really belongs on the list. They do have a fair academic reputation (then again, so does Wheaton); on the foundation they were one of the few integrated higher education schools in the USA, rather unique in the border South. They continue to receive fairly high national ranks as a liberal arts schools. AFAICT they aren't any politically weirder than, say, Oberlin. Is there a story here I don't know? Smerdis of Tlön, wekʷōm teḱs. 01:10, 1 March 2020 (UTC)