I've read various articles on VirtueOnline recently that discuss the struggles that liberal seminaries are having. (EDS is merging with Union, another liberal seminary) That got me wondering about the good Anglican seminaries that remain. From what I see, there seem to be 2 solid Anglican seminaries in America; Nashotah House and Trinity School for Ministry. Then there's Wycliffe Hall at Oxford. I hear that Nashotah tends to be more Anglo-Catholic while TSM and Wycliffe Hall tend to be more Evangelical, but what does that mean practically? What are the real differences between Nashotah, Wycliffe Hall, and TSM? Would the theology classes at Nashotah be a lot different from the theology classes at TSM or Wycliffe Hall? Would a Reformed(Calvinist) Anglican with an appreciation for high liturgy be welcome at Nashotah? Are there any grads of these schools on here?