I feel a definite call to ministry, I don't really have a second thought about that. Here's the thing, if i could just go to seminary now, I would. I want to stay away from attending seminary online because being on campus is really important to me. The idea of making some terrific friends along with meeting a number of people to whom I'll turn to all through my life for counsel is a great thing. Since i first became a believer 4 years ago, I've had a incredible thirst for the doctrine found in the Word of God. I study on my own all the time. I'd love to actually learn from professors with other students around. Thing is, I don't have a bachelors. And I understand that one is needed to pursue an MDiv. I love to dig deep in the Word of God but knowing that I have to get a bachelors in some other thing I'm way less interested in before I can study what i really want to study is discouraging to say the least. Another issue is that I am located in Boston, MA. Gordon Conwell is in the area but after searching the forum here it seems that opinion is divided on whether or not it is a good seminary to attend. I want to experience learning with other reformed believers and there doesn't seem to be a good reformed theological seminary nearby that I am aware of. I don't really know what to consider doing at this point. Any thoughts or advice whatsoever is appreciated.