Evangelical Seminaries represent a special class of higher education, one whose aim is almost always explicitly stated, and whose very existence is predicated on a commitment to doctrinal orthodoxy in a pluralistic world. The most notable exception has proved to be Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Last fall the multidenominational seminary sanctioned the creation of its first ever student group for LGBT students. The group, OneTable, is the first of its kind at Fuller, and for that matter the first of its kind at any major evangelical seminary. The group’s creation and reception at the seminary was recently profiled in an article in Phoenix’s East Valley Tribune, and was distributed by NBC News.