As a general rule, most prospective students will feel comfortable studying within their category. A Methodist will probably still feel at home at the Presbyterian Princeton Seminary. Likewise, an Orthodox priest may love writing a thesis at Notre Dame. And most Calvinists would find substantial common ground at a school like Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. However, in the same light, those wishing to study outside of their category should expect their courses to be taught from an alternative, and possibly even opposing, worldview. We leave it to the student to decide whether this is preferable or not. Either way, each of the schools mentioned are exemplary and represent the best that their respective category of Christian theology has to offer.